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Keith labels GOP audience ‘worst persons’ for cheering child labor

On the “Worst Persons” segment of his show Monday night, Current TV host Keith Olbermann labelled the audience at Saturday night’s Republican presidential debate the “worst persons in the world.” The crowd applauded the idea, put forth by former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, of putting poor children to work as…

Colbert: ‘Unlike being gay, loving Christmas is not a choice’

Stephen Colbert has a confession to make. Well, let’s back up a little. In his recent, roundly mocked ad, Texas Governor Rick Perry says that you “don’t have to be in the pew every Sunday to know that something is wrong” with our country in that “gays can serve openly…

Jon Stewart celebrates ‘miracle’ of GOP candidates fighting over ‘who loves Jews more’

Every four years, says John Stewart, a holiday “miracle” takes place. The Republican candidates for president line up to speak to the Republican Jewish Coalition Forum, an event where conservative Jews gather to witness the spectacle of several “incredibly religious Christian presidential candidates fighting over who loves Jews more.” At…

Parody ad: ‘God does not believe in Rick Perry’

Reacting to Texas Gov. Rick Perry’s latest advertisement, which assails what the presidential candidate calls President Barack Obama’s “war on religion,” liberal satirist Andy Cobb published his own take, which concludes that “God does not believe in Rick Perry.” “Perhaps this is a good time to remember that gay and…

Colbert: Trump debate headed down a ‘gold-plated crapper’

In this clip, Stephen Colbert examines the incredible shrinking Trump debate, which is currently on track to feature just Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, Michele Bachmann, and a pair of medium boxer-briefs who swear they were touched inappropriately by Herman Cain. Colbert has a suggestion as to what might fill the…

Stewart: Indefinite detention bill ‘one-way ticket to Gitmo’

Last night’s The Daily Show featured a two-part examination of the new bill passed by the Senate that allows the government to detain American citizens without a trial for indefinite amounts of time. Watch segment one, embedded via Comedy Central, below: The Daily Show with Jon StewartGet More: Daily Show…

Parody video: You’re a mean one, Newt Gingrich

A YouTube video uploaded on Tuesday casts Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich as the mean-spirited protagonist from Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. The video, by Adam Kontras, intersperses quotes from Gingrich with a surprisingly believable impersonation of the singing of Boris Karloff, who narrated The Grinch movie. The…

Colbert plans own GOP debate

Inspired by Donald Trump announcing his moderating role for the Newsmax GOP debate on December 27, Stephen Colbert decided it was time for him to have one of his own. On The Colbert Report Tuesday night, the Comedy Central personality dropped the big news to his audience: “I’m officially announcing…

Colbert: Cain ‘touched a lot of people’

No one in America was probably more devastated over Herman Cain’s withdrawal from the presidential race than Stephen Colbert, who begged him to re-consider his decision Tuesday night “That is a shame, he touched so many people,” Colbert subtly said. “Now Mr. Cain, I know you’ve dropped out, but please,…

Stewart: Cain used the wrong Pokémon quote

Enamored by Herman Cain’s farewell speech from the presidential campaign, Jon Stewart was keen to analyze it Monday night. The Daily Show host particularly was enthralled by Cain’s bizarre ending to his speech, where the former Godfather’s Pizza CEO quoted the closing song from the first Pokémon movie. “Life can…

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