Do these look real?
- No. - No.
Where's Phyllis? She's up next.
Oh, um, she's already there waiting.
Next, we have the wife of one of our biggest donors--
Mrs. J. Fred Schlafly.
Ready for summer in this patriotic swimsuit
courtesy of Marshall Field.
Fred is an attorney in Alton, Illinois.
He and his wife have been active
in the Republican Party for many years,
and we thank them for coming out to support
Congressman Phil Crane's re-election campaign.
And next up is Mrs. Philip Crane,
the wife of the man of the hour.
Looks smart in this evening dress
from Neiman Marcus. It's...
- Are you gonna buy the mink? - I prefer sable.
Thank God they asked you to model this time.
You know, when you were campaigning,
I got stuck with the bikini,
and I'd just given birth to Sarah about 10 minutes earlier.
You ran an incredible campaign that year.
Oh, thank you.
If only you didn't have to be a man to win downstate.
Oh, that wasn't the issue. It was a terrible year for us.
You'd have to go back to 1934
to find such a bad year for Republicans.
My husband won.
Well, Fred said I would have won
if the Democrats hadn't rigged the congressional map
in their favor.
How are your kids adjusting to D.C. life?
You bought a house in Alexandria.
Oh, I hear that's a lovely neighborhood.
Are you ladies decent?
Did you have a good time out there?
- Yes. - Okay.
Now shoo, so we can get changed.
Okay, well, thank you all again.
This event wouldn't be a success without you,
and I look forward to having you on my show next week.
please wear that.
迈克 怎么办 那块镜片挡不住
Mike, what do we do? I can't block that lens.
-好了 2号♥摄影机好 -...这边
- Check. Check camera two. - ...over there for me.
好 小心点 拿下来
Okay, just watch that. Take it down, okay?
Looks good. We need to white balance.
What about off her face?
-下午好 先生们 -下午好 克莱恩先生
- Good afternoon, gentlemen. - Good afternoon, Mr. Crane.
How are you? I'm so sorry to keep you waiting.
Hey. I had to release a statement
on the Consumer Product Safety Act.
Oh. How will you vote?
You'll have to ask my chief of staff.
Mr. Crane, we're starting in about a minute.
All right. Okay, so I will begin by introducing the topic.
And then I'm gonna ask you to weigh in.
It's debate style.
But I'm gonna throw you some easy questions
so you don't seem in over your head, okay? Thank you.
-好 -谢谢 先生
- Okay. - Thank you, sir.
And I might disagree with you
just to make it more fun for the viewers, so...
放松 即便有不愉快 也不能表现出来
Relax. Look like you're having fun, even if you're not.
And, uh, don't forget to smile.
Smile with teeth.
- Rolling! - You wanna practice?
I think I've got it.
Okay. We're up.
Good evening and welcome to "Conservative Viewpoint."
I'm your host, Philip Crane.
My guest tonight hails from our home state of Illinois.
She burst onto the national scene in 196♥4♥,
when she wrote "A Choice Not an Echo,"
which sold 3 million copies
and was widely credited with helping Barry Goldwater
secure the Republican presidential nomination.
She has since authored four books on nuclear strategy
and served in national party offices.
Please welcome Phyllis Schlafly.
- Well, thank you for having me. - Absolutely.
You know, I gotta know...
How does a housewife with six children from Alton, Illinois,
become so interested in national defense and nuclear warfare?
Well, I was at Washington University
studying political science when World War II broke out,
and I worked nights as a gunner and a ballistics technician.
-铆工露斯那样的女强人呢 -是啊 所以...
- A regular Rosie the Riveter. - Yes, that's right, so--
Uh, tonight's topic is the crisis
in America's defense posture,
specifically the Strategic Arms Limitation Talks, or SALT.
Now should we accept a deal with a regime as reprehensible
as Brezhnev's Soviet Union? From a defense standpoint,
this pact serves certain common interests--
namely, the avoidance of nuclear war.
You would agree with that assessment, Phyllis?
- Well, not entirely, no. - Not entirely?
Which part don't you agree with?
Well, I'm afraid all of it, Phil.
You see, the U. S. delegation
has naively been telling the Russians, you know,
"和平很不错 试试吧 你们准喜欢"
"Peace is wonderful. Try it. You'll like it."
It's like Life cereal.
But I think they're gonna get the last laugh
because the only country that's gonna comply
with the pact is the United States.
They don't comply, we'll know, won't we?
The experts maintain we have the most advanced satellite
-最先进的卫星科技系统 -是的 但是
- technology systems in the world. - Yes, but these are
the same experts that didn't find the missiles
that went into Cuba in 1962.
I mean, they didn't even detect the Soviet-built MiG-17
flying from Cuba to Homestead Air Force Base
in Florida two years ago.
Uh, so you think we're proceeding down the wrong path
with the SALT talks.
Yeah, well, not only are we proceeding
down the wrong path, Phil,
but Nixon's leading the parade.
All right. Well, we will be right back
after this commercial on more Strategic Arms Limitation Talks.
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