Nobody cares about Hillary Clinton’s book Hard Choices, comedian Jon Stewart stated on “The Daily Show” Tuesday.
What does it say about a president whose major piece of legislation becomes the country’s longest running joke? Maybe that our commander-in-chief can command a comedy club better than a country.
"Anyone who thinks streamlining health care into an integrated system would go smoothly deserves a queef in their face." So spoke one character on Comedy Central’s South Park Wednesday.
What happens when Gene Robinson, the country’s first openly gay, Episcopalian bishop, joins Jon Stewart on the Daily Show? You get a mockery of Jesus, a misinterpretation of the Bible, and some real howlers on the meaning of family.
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