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Jon Stewart mocks Romney: ‘Retroactive retirement’ worst use of a time machine ever

The Daily Show host Jon Stewart on Monday night express his disappointment with Mitt Romney for not going back in time and killing Adolf Hitler. Stewart was poking fun at a senior adviser for Mitt Romney, who claimed the Republican presidential candidate had “retired retroactively” from his equity firm Bain…

Sarah Silverman offers to ‘scissor’ Sheldon Adelson for Obama

Comedian Sarah Silverman, known for her off-color humor and her 2008 work with “The Great Schlep” to encourage young Jewish voters to visit their grandparents in Florida to convince them to vote for Obama, is back with what she terms an “indecent” proposal for billionaire Republican donor Sheldon Adelson. Adelson,…

Livestreamer Tim Pool interviews satirical candidate Vermin Supreme

Vermin Supreme, who is perhaps the best known gag candidate for president during the current election year, is often taken to be no more than a loveable eccentric. During an interview with livestreamer Tim Pool at the HOPE9 conference on Saturday, however, anarchist and performance artist Supreme, whose platform is…

Dana Carvey as Romney: ‘I hate poor people and want to kill them’

Friday night on “The Tonight Show,” host Jay Leno welcomed comedian and “Saturday Night Live!” alumnus Dana Carvey. It could be said that Carvey’s “Wouldn’t be prudent!” catchphrase from his President George H. W. Bush impression became as inextricably associated with the one-term Republican as Tina Fey’s “I can see…

Jay Smooth: Romney ‘pretending to be interested in black people’

In a new installment from his “Ill Doctrine” series of videos, Jay Smooth discussed Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA)’s speech to the NAACP and wondered exactly why the presumptive Republican nominee made his decision to address the group at all. “Wow,” said Smooth at the clip’s opening, “It’s been a big…

Jimmy Kimmel presents crying ‘Boehner Baby’ doll

On “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Thursday, host Jimmy Kimmel paid tribute to our Speaker of the House, the most powerful Republican in the country, Congressman John Boehner (R-OH). Recently, at a reception honoring Italian artist Constantino Brumidi, Boehner welled up with tears, as he frequently does. Kimmel pointed out that, in…

Steve Martin sells Mitt Romney’s pot in New York City park

Late night funnyman David Letterman joked on Wednesday that New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg had asked him to create a park on Broadway for the tourists, but comedian Steve Martin stole some of his thunder by opening his own park and selling marijuana, beer and and firearms. Throughout Wednesday…

AFSCME mocks ‘The Boehner Bunch’ in new video

The AFSCME, a union representing 1.6 million public service workers, on Tuesday uploaded a video to YouTube that humorously criticizes Republicans for their opposition to the Affordable Care Act. The video, based on the intro to the 1970′s sitcom The Brady Bunch, claims that “working people don’t matter” to prominent…

Cookie Monster spoofs ubiquitous ‘Call Me Maybe’ in song about sharing

The inescapable, irresistible Carly Rae Jepsen song “Call Me Maybe” took America by storm this summer, inspiring even Jepsen, Jimmy Fallon and The Roots to do their own version the song (with the help of some classroom instruments). So it’s perhaps unsurprising that the creators of “Sesame Street” and Cookie…

Bloomberg interrupts Coney Island speech to ask ‘Who wrote this sh*t?’

In a pun-filled speech that had even the stuffed hot dog character face-palming, Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s performance at yesterday’s Coney Island hot dog contest weigh-in prompted even the mayor to curse. His outburst, captured on the video below, followed several sentences of cringe-worthy puns like, “Now, let me be perfectly…

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