Tonight on The Independents: The CBO vs. Obama, FLOTUS vs. Fat, Seinfeld's White Privilege, Limbaugh's Late Conversion, Paul Rieckhoff Talks Vets, Ben Shapiro Defends Anti-'Libertinism' Hoffman, and More


Before we get into tonight's episode of The Independents, here are two clips from last night featuring the man formerly known as Carlos Danger, Anthony Weiner:

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Tonight at 9 pm ET, 6 pm PT, on Fox Business Network: What does the first major long-term Congressional Budget Office projection in the Obamacare era tell us about the way that the Affordable Care Act was sold? As a great magazine once taught us, They Lied. Also, founder & CEO Paul Reickhoff of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America will talk about the Veterans Administration's massive disability-claims backlog, and how the military industrial complex may yet demand that America builds tanks that the U.S. Army doesn't want.

Tonight's Party Panel, Juicy Pink Box lifestyle lesbian Jincey Lumpkin and Red Girls Salonista Dee Dee Benkie, will sink their choppers into the controversy over Jerry Seinfeld answering a question about comedian-diversity by saying, "You're funny, I'm interested. You're not funny, I'm not interested. And I have no interest in gender, or race, or anything like that." They'll also discuss whether Michelle Obama really deserves the praise her husband gave her recently for reducing childhood obesity, and just how much everything related to the Sochi Olympics will suck.

National Review contributor Ben Shapiro will come on to defend his claim that fake Hollywood libertarianism helped kill Philip Seymour Hoffman, Kmele Foster will decide whether he accepts Rush Limbaugh's apology to independents, and other potential topics will include John Kerry's new beard, BYU's bizarre new anti-masturbation video, and maybe the single-worst Obamacare enrollment video in the history of things.

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