I have been watching loosely the coverage on him in Washington and all it looks like is one , big, inappropriate, joke! The country is in the middle of (yes we are NOT coming out!) a recession, unemployment at 9% and higher all over, congress hasn't set a budget in over 800 days, and foreclosures are HUGE but he thinks NOW is a good time to go to DC and waste time on this silliness? You want to be funny haha go do it in your studio with cute little skits. Many of the electorate is already confused by the FACT that colbert and stewart are comedians and not ACTUAL news men doesn't this just blur the lines more?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 9:56 AM on Jul. 1, 2011 in Politics & Current Events
Answer by dullscissors at 9:59 AM on Jul. 1, 2011
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Answer by Imogine at 10:57 AM on Jul. 1, 2011
Are you talking about the Super PAC? That's the only thing I am seeing online. I don't watch Colbert (have in the past in other shows) but at least he wasn't testifying in front of congress as his 'character', which was a huge effing waste of time, money and resources. I'm so glad that our nation is doing so well that our congress can waste their time on entertainment when they should be working. I guess my first mistake is thinking that they would be working.
I suppose my only curiosity is what he intends to do with his PAC.
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