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i was glad to be able to get this at Audible, as Colbert's remarks had been so controversial. Well, he was his usual amazing, inciteful, smart self ... there are no ggod guys or bad guys at the Press Corps dinner, and his scathing humor was well balanced. Maybe over their heads?
Special thanks to Sasha, Stacy and Stef for sharing the Audible experience with me and being the best of company during my recovery.
The humor that viewers of Comedy Central have become well acquainted with is on display though you do miss seeing the faces. The idea of Stephen Colbert making fun of Dick Cheaney while he sits stonefaced a few feet away. His sharp brand of irreverent humor turned on the nabobs of Washington is fun. Excellent buy.
This is satire in top form. Faux-conservative Colbert, praises President George W. Bush with knee-slapping, back-handed compliments. He speaks truthiness to power; his jokes are funny and also add social commentary. A good snapshot of Stephen Colbert's fake punditry.
You need to be able to see in order to appreciate this performance
Basically Audible should not sell this clip. You need to be able to see in order to appreciate it fully. And I suppose Stephen shouldn't give rights to sell it either. I normally love everything that he touches, but this unfortunately falls flat since you can't see it. Please remove from Audible!
gerrymorAuburn, AL My favorites are books read by the authors. Janis Ian is superb.
We can't get enough of you. Welcome to late night TV. Keep your body guards handy. And say exactly what you mean.
His performance at the White House is hilarious.
I like his "I am America and so can you" because the jokes are great.
Cobert's performance is always great.
When he says that the President (Bush) governs by the gut and that reality has a known liberal bias.
Yes. His O'Reilly-type buffoon character shows up Fox News and Right-wing political actors.
When he talked about knowing things in his gut.
It's not really a narration. It's just a recording of a speech.
Yes. Numerous times.
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