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Was Colbert's Capitol Hill Routine Appropriate?

Posted 4 years ago.

16 Comments

  • Boby - 4 years ago

    why people post nsfw sites here

  • charles - 4 years ago

    who is steven colbert?

  • charlie - 4 years ago

    who is stephen colbert?

  • Martin - 4 years ago

    I'd care more if the Congress hadn't been made a mockery of itself a long, long time ago...
    It's ridiculous watching politicians complain about others when they themselves are the bigger joke.
    Democracy is a failure when we allow any idiot to vote,so we get the patronizing 'congressmen' that we have...

  • barbarian - 4 years ago

    Those of you, who care to, can have an opinion of Fox News all you want. If you want to mock Fox News without watching it that is your prerogative. Just realize that Colbert was given the most attention for the day and not the testimony at the Voting Rights Commission Hearing that put Obama's Justice Dept. in a very, very bad light. The shell game Democrats are offering the American people need to be exposed for what it is. Believe it or not but some part of every individual, despite party affiliation. can have an open mind without swallowing the party line hook, line, and sinker.

  • Jacqueline G - 4 years ago

    The options are misleading. Colbert skillfully used irony to highlight hypocrisy - that illegal immigrants are welcomed and asked to leave.

  • sickofrightwingsmears - 4 years ago

    Fuck Fo卐 News

  • Jurandr - 4 years ago

    Sheesh, talked about skewed. Two 'agree' options to split up the people who want this, and one 'no' option to ensure a more impressive bar for those who don't like satire. Fair and balanced indeed, Fox.

  • foxyfaux - 4 years ago

    FOX "News" polling about mockery. Isn't that the definition of irony? The institution who's made it's name making a mockery of real news calling out others for mocking.

    I told it to a good friend of mine years ago: You should be ashamed by working for FOX "News". He agreed and quit his job three days later.

  • Andrew - 4 years ago

    "made a mockery of the public business" - implying public business isn't a mockery already

  • fapdu - 4 years ago

    Is the URL attached to my name NSFW? Fox News discusses it at 10.

  • netwrok - 4 years ago

    Fox can suckit

  • mr dookers - 4 years ago

    A completely skewed poll. Of course its "appropriate." The moral right and fox news attempt to deviously take another poke at a brilliant man who today is making a bigger impact on america than the Palin or Glen Beck will ever dream to

  • Return to Sanity - 4 years ago

    Fox News is for the brainwashed.

  • Bakalakadaka Street - 4 years ago

    You're fucking kidding me.

    A year or two or however long ago it was they had Master P and others in a bigger hearing than Colbert's to talk about music's influence on the youth and nobody was asking this question.

    What the hell is wrong with the 11,647 people?

  • Hilary Thornton - 4 years ago

    oaks@mindfreedom.org/un.org/oaks@mindfreedom.org

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