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Colbert defends Romney against ‘liberal media cleverly disguised as conservative media’

On Monday, Stephen Colbert sent his thoughts and prayers to the families of the four people killed in the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya — but his rage, he said, went straight to President Barack Obama. Obama’s media cohorts, Colbert said, tried to tie both the…

Keith Olbermann releases ‘special comment’ about leaked Romney video

Keith Olbermann released a “special comment” last night regarding the now-notorious “47 percent” video. Mother Jones released a video of a Romney campaign fundraiser Monday evening in which Republican Presidential nominee former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA) was caught on tape disparaging the nearly half of the country as “victims” who…

Jon Stewart shows Sean Hannity arguing with his slightly younger self

On his show Monday night, Daily Show host Jon Stewart lampooned Sean Hannity by showing clips of the Fox News host contradicting himself regarding democracy in the Middle East. Stewart called the segment, “Hannity & Takes the Opposite Position When It’s Convenient Slightly Younger Hannity.” Mitt Romney’s foreign policy adviser…

SNL’s Eastwood and Chair

The odds of the season opener of Saturday Night Live not including a bit on Clint Eastwood’s infamous RNC speech featuring an “invisible, irritated and foul-mouthed Barrack Obama” as an empty chair? A billion-to-one? On Saturday night, SNL cast member Bill Hader played the grouchy star on a post-convention road…

SNL debuts with actual African-American ‘Obama,’ whose secret election weapon is Mitt Romney

The 38th season of Saturday Night Live premiered this week with an opening segment featuring new cast member Jay Pharoah portraying President Barack Obama. “Obama” had been previously impersonated by white guy Fred Armisen. During the segment, Pharoah’s “Obama” expressed confidence in re-election, using a clueless, gaffe-prone “Mitt Romney” and…

Bill Maher: Fox ‘pretended Christianity was under attack to get old people hard’

During Friday night’s “New Rules” segment, Real Time host Bill Maher criticized Republicans for criticizing the Democrats for leaving the word “God” out of their convention platform …”Perhaps because it’s a platform and not a spell,” Maher said. Maher launched into a rant about his perception that what Americans really…

‘Daily Show’ crew dissects the art of the stump speech

Political stump speeches, The Daily Show‘s Jessica Williams said, are like those stories your dad tells all the time; sometimes he leaves out details, and sometimes he adds them to suit the situation. “Or maybe he just forgot because Dad’s getting old,” she explained, in one of a series of…

Colbert: Conventions rare opportunity to hear different parties say same things

Friday night, on a special edition of “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert delivered his post-mortem on the two 2012 political conventions. “Now that the balloons have dropped,” he said, “the conventions can be over. Rob Portman and John Kerry can be bubble-wrapped and returned the National Wonk Containment Facilities,…

Stewart: Dems want you to know bin Laden is really, really, seriously, totally dead

On a special Friday night edition of “The Daily Show,” host Jon Stewart went over a few of the predominant themes from the Democratic National Convention. As usual there was some hope, some change, some “we can make it if we try” and one other very important fact that the…

Fake news gets people to agree anything is true—except Clint Eastwood’s speech

A new original satire video from Jest’s comedy website proves that “people will believe anything about politics if you look like a news man and are holding a microphone.” The fake news caster runs around New York City proving typical idiocy by saying things that simply aren’t true — like that President…

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