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Who here saw him stand up to the president and basically rip him and the media a new one? Wow, I was laughing but also in shock. I'm glad he did it, but the sad thing is it really wasn't in the news at all. I guess because he also blasted the news for not being harsher on the government and questioning the government like true Americans should.

Anybody else see it? It was on a few days back. You can find the videos on the net now.
 

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you know, i don't care for colbert's political views cause it seems like he is pretty liberal, but i do like the fact that he said what needed to be said and bashed the MSM for not doing it, all right to their faces!

colbert is growing on me though, just like stewart did when he took over for kilborne
 

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and colbert is a politician with a sense of humor.
Colbert trained at Second City Chicago, he's every bit a comedian (and much more of an IMPROV comedian and actor than Stewart, who has more of a stand-up background)...Colbert just plays the part VERY well. Check him out in Strangers With Candy if you want to see him not act like a politician (and see a very funny, well-written show to boot).
 

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ryan_long_01 said:
SETI20 said:
and colbert is a politician with a sense of humor.
Colbert trained at Second City Chicago, he's every bit a comedian (and much more of an IMPROV comedian and actor than Stewart, who has more of a stand-up background)...Colbert just plays the part VERY well. Check him out in Strangers With Candy if you want to see him not act like a politician (and see a very funny, well-written show to boot).
Is that the Canadian improv show?
 
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