Tag Archive: corrupt Republicans

Oct 01 2013

Hope Kevin Spacey isn’t offended

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Guess there’s no doubt about who the New York Daily News blames for the U.S. government shut-down.  While I appreciate the parody, as Mediaite points out, at least the Congressman that Kevin Spacey plays on the Netflix series “House of Cards” gets stuff done.

Feb 14 2013

Jon Stewart’s epic take-down of Dick Cheney is a thing of beauty

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This is the Valentine’s Day gift that just keeps on giving. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,The Daily Show on Facebook Related articles Smack Down! Jon Stewart Rails Against Dick Cheney’s False Allegations

Feb 13 2013

What speech is he responding to, exactly?

Seem Jon Stewart has the same question I did regarding Marco Rubio‘s official GOP response to the 2013 State of the Union Address. Proving once again that GREAT MINDS really do think alike. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,The Daily Show on Facebook

Oct 13 2012

The scariest cartoon you’ll see this year

Lucas Gray, an animator for The Simpsons and Family Guy, was so impressed with the concise economic lesson President Obama gave in an April 2012 speech that he added some illustrations and posted it on YouTube under the name “Why Obama Now.” Gray’s illustrations perfectly complement Obama’s point-by-point denunciation of right-wing, tax-cutting policies that got the nation to where it …

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Sep 21 2012

US Senate GOP movie remake: “Screwing Private Ryan”

The next time a Republican tries to tell you that Democrats do not “support our troops” sufficiently, show them this clip from The Daily Show … because it will make the point with far less legal hassle than punching them in the face. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Political …

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May 27 2011

Gawker writer deftly illustrates GOP extremism in two sentences

I’ve been catching up on all the internet chatter surrounding Elizabeth Warren‘s appearance before the House of Representatives earlier this week. She’s the Harvard professor and consumer advocate who is leading the creation of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Not sure what the CFPB is? Gawker writer Max Read’s explanation is spot-on: “If you’re …

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Nov 09 2010

New Rule: Don’t pretend the insanity is equally distributed in both parties

Hang tight until he gets to the part about the Stewart/Colbert Rally to Restore Sanity/Fear. Hammer, meet nail head.

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