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Andy Richter does the worst Gingrich impersonation ever

“Conan” co-host Andy Richter doesn’t “do impressions,” nor does he follow politics, he explained Tuesday night. Despite this, at Conan O’Brian’s urging he donned a gray wig and, for the briefest moment, was “95 percent” of the way to being Newt Gingrich. But then, he opened his mouth. “Now just…

Colbert: ‘This orgy of Christmas shopping proves America is back’

Celebrating America setting a new record for Thanksgiving weekend shopping, Stephen Colbert declared Monday evening that the country had returned to its former glory. “Nation, this orgy of Christmas shopping proves America is back,” The Colbert Report host said. “We are once again spending money we don’t have or things…

Stewart: Is Fox News ‘turning into The 700 Club?’

Annoyed over Fox News attacking President Barack Obama for not saying “God” in his Thanksgiving Address, Jon Stewart asked Monday evening if the network was “turning into The 700 Club?” The Daily Show host took the network to task once again for their latest, peculiar over-reaction in a segment titled…

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving GOP debate

Hoping to freshen up a Charlie Brown Thanksgiving special from 1973, Jimmy Kimmel replaced the audio with Rick Perry and Mitt Romney arguing during a Republican presidential debate in October. Watch video, uploaded to YouTube, below:…

Parody ad shows Romney supporting Obama

In response to Mitt Romney’s misleading ad released on President Barack Obama, the folks at BuzzFeed decided to have a little fun at making their own deceptive commercial. Twisting Romney’s words from his original Youtube video announcing his candidacy for president, BuzzFeed edits the former Massachusetts governor supporting Obama in…

Colbert: Super Congress saying ‘Semper F.U.’ to veterans

Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert says that there are 1 percent of Americans that the congressional Super Committee wants to make pay — and it’s not the rich. The Super Committee has five days left to find a compromise to reduce the nation’s deficit by $1.2 trillion or there will…

Jon Stewart: GOP field full of ‘zombies’ who ‘don’t know they’re dead’

It’s been a seemingly endless cycle of boom and bust for Republican presidential hopefuls over the last few months. First Michele Bachmann took a surprising lead, winning the Iowa straw poll and enjoying a couple of months at the head of the pack. Then a series of gaffes and misstatements…

Colbert: Newt’s Greek cruise sheds new light on old scandals

“It’s Wednesday,” said Stephen Colbert on last night’s Colbert Report, meaning it’s “time for another Republican front-runner!” This week’s lucky ducky is former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, once regarded as “political roadkill” after his campaign got off to a rough start. Gingrich’s entire campaign staff walked out en…

Daily Show: ‘Occupy Wall Street’ divided?

In this clip from Wednesday’s Daily Show, special correspondent Samantha Bee pays a visit to the now-dismantled OWS encampment to discuss class divisions within the movement. Watch the video, embedded via Comedy Central, below: The Daily Show with Jon StewartGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,The Daily…

Colbert: Protesters attacked police batons with their ‘soft, jabable bellies’

On Tuesday’s show, Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert celebrated New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s decision to evict protesters from Zuccotti Park. Bloomberg admitted Tuesday morning that the decision had been his alone. “New York City is the city where you can come and express yourself,” the mayor said. “What…

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