6 thoughts on “Laugh Now

  1. Thanks, maha – Oh, how I needed that!

    I love that he took on the misogynistic Catholic Church, and that idiot Cardinal.
    Everyone, including Time magazine, the host – which is part of the problem, and not part of any solution.

    His best was still his WH press dinner, with his take-down of “Baby Doc” Bush, right in his smirking puss! Now THAT took some cojones!!!

    We’ve all said it a million times, but it’s worth saying again:
    How pathetic is our “Fourth Estate,” when Stewart and Colbert are the best at afflicting the comfortable, and comforting the afflicting, instead of most of our MSM, who afflict the afflicted, and kiss and lick the asses of the comfortable, rich, and powerful?
    If we had REAL news-people in the MSM, and not simpering, lazy, cowardly, compliant, and complicit sycophants, this nation wouldn’t be the sorry Banana Republic it’s devolving into.

  2. The Comedy Central duo of Stewart/Colbert fills an hour of my day regularly. This bit reminds me of his appearance at the White House Correspondents Dinner with W. It was a courageous telling of the truth that cut like a knife so subtle the wound didn’t bleed for a few moments.

    I still love that survey that showed that Stewart/Colbert viewers know moer about the news than Faux viewers.

  3. But perhaps the most influential person on the list is here, Sara Blakely. The inventor of the Spanx. Give it up. No one, no one has done more to control women’s bodies, except maybe Cardinal Dolan. Cardinal, congratulations, sir, you are a feminist icon.

    Weeping now. Not entirely sure why.

  4. Sure, he’s all for buying the elections, but when the bill for democracy comes up, Dave’s always in the men’s room. I’m sorry, I must have left Wisconsin in my other coat.

    That’s a good one! I think back on when the uppitty Kenyan dissed the the Supremes with his Citizen’s United comment..I knew there would be some disastrous consequences coming down the road for democracy, but now it’s really become apparent.. The Kenyan has a campaign war chest of over 100 million dollars and Mitten’s only has a measly 50 million to work with.. Democracy never stood a chance.

  5. In the Brezhnev era as the Soviet Union was crumbling, the comedians and humorists could much more readily get away with telling the truth, while the mainstream media were predicatable sunshiney sycophants to power. It looks like we’re in the same situation now.

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