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Colbert: Romney supporters beginning to cycle through ’5 stages of grief’

On Tuesday night’s edition of “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert discussed the steadily worsening prospects of former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA)’s bid for the presidency. A new poll in the National Journal shows that President Barack Obama leads Romney in the polls by 7 points, garnering 50 percent of…

Jon Stewart on Mitt Romney’s hypocrisy: He appears to be getting dumber

On his show Tuesday night, Daily Show host Jon Stewart said President Barack Obama was the luckiest man on the planet because he was running against Mitt Romney. The political comedian chronicled the latest contradictory and hypocritical statements of the Republican presidential nominee, claiming that “the closer we get to…

‘Parks and Rec’ cast explains the humblebrag

Fans of the NBC comedy “Parks and Recreation” (and despite the show’s dismal ratings, we know there are some) might be excited to see the actors demonstrate the art of the “humblebrag” for Funny or Die. Actors Nick Offerman, Chris Pratt and Adam Scott all said they’re too busy to help staffer Harris Wittels…

Maddow mocks Romney for wondering why airplane windows don’t open

On her show Monday night, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow lampooned Mitt Romney for wondering why airplanes didn’t have windows that open. “It’s a real problem that windows don’t roll down on airplanes?” she asked. “Is it also a problem that guns don’t shoot backwards through the barrel? Or that diving…

SNL also mocks the ‘undecided voter’: ‘There’s still a lot we don’t know’

Following on the heels of Bill Maher’s Friday night rant about “undecided voters,” Saturday Night Live also poked fun at “low-information voters” this week. SNL’s treatment came in the form of a political ad by the “Low-Information Voters of America,” which began: It seems that 96 percent of voters have…

Bill Maher slams undecided voters: ‘dipsh*ts’ should stay home

On Friday night’s episode of Real Time, host Bill Maher closed his “New Rules” segment with rant ripping into “undecided voters.” “If you’re one of the 5 percent of American voters who are still undecided on who to vote for, it’s okay to admit you just don’t really give a…

Colbert pans Romney’s Hispanic outreach

Thursday night on “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert discussed the fact that Republicans are having a hard time scoring new voters among the changing demographics of the U.S.. The mostly white conservative party’s hard line on immigration and social programs have made it hard to recruit among non-whites, who…

Sarah Silverman explains voter ID: ‘Lawmakers are trying to fu*k you’

Appearing in a short film published to YouTube on Thursday, comedian Sarah Silverman attempts to explain why 12 states have passed laws that require voters present photo identification before casting a ballot. In short, she said that “lawmakers are trying to fuck you in the asshole” and ended up recommending…

SNL mocks Fox & Friends over Romney ’47 percent’ video

Saturday Night Live on Thursday night satirized the Fox News morning program Fox & Friends. In the spoof, the three hosts of the program attempted to defend Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s controversial remarks at a private fundraiser earlier this year. “So you have this 47 percent that don’t pay…

Parody: Obama’s anger translator on the ’47 percent’ video

President Barack Obama and his anger translator Luther reacted Thursday to video of Mitt Romney describing nearly half of Americans as government-dependent victims who pay no incomes taxes. “You know, you probably wouldn’t have liked the White House anyway,” Luther said. “There’s no elevators for your cars, man. They’re gonna…

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