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‘Colbert’s Big Gay Roundup’ takes on penguins and military bestiality

Stephen Colbert premiered his segment, “Colbert’s Big Gay Roundup” last night so that he could take on the issues of bestiality in the military (as prompted by a question at the White House press conference from World Net Daily‘s Les Kingsolving) as well as the tragic breakup of the famous…

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…

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,…

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…

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…

Colbert: The homosexual agenda is to prevent gays from dying

On Wednesday night’s show, Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert mocked mocked conservatives who seek to undermine anti-bullying laws. Last week, the Republican-controlled Michigan state Senate passed an anti-bullying law that actually protects bullies if they have “a sincerely held religious belief or moral conviction.” But even those broad exceptions to…

Colbert: Cain ‘knows how to think of things for women to do’

Stephen Colbert was so impressed by Herman Cain’s Monday’s appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, he decided to write a big check Tuesday evening for the under fire GOP presidential nominee. Colbert was particularly delighted by Cain telling Jimmy Kimmel that he couldn’t think of anything to hire Gloria Allred, lawyer for Sharon…

Colbert: ‘Don’t ‘Jew’ them down, say ‘Muslim’ them down’

Stephen Colbert decided Tuesday evening that he wanted to analyze State Rep. Larry Taylor’s (R-TX) “Don’t try and Jew them down” comments with his new creation, the “Bigot-O-Tron 9000.” The Colbert Report host made clear that he disagreed with Taylor’s anti-Semitic comments, but decided to offer what the legislator should…

Colbert attempts to jump on the sexual harassment fundraising train

In this clip from Thursday’s Colbert Report, Stephen decides that what the Colbert Super PAC needs to catch up to the “Cain Train” is its own sexual harassment scandal. Cain’s fundraising has in fact increased since allegations of inappropriate conduct on the candidate’s part have surfaced. So, in order to…

Colbert offers a Modest Proposal for solving income inequality

On Wednesday’s Colbert Report, host Stephen Colbert dedicated his nightly “The Word” segment to the question of income inequality. The segment, entitled “Bite the hand that feeds you”, suggests that the best answer ultimately may be for poor people to become rich people’s pets. Poor people would have lots of…

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