Comedy Central & Barack Obama

Comedy Central is an American cable television and satellite television channel that carries comedy programming, both original and syndicated. Barack Hussein Obama II (born August 4, 1961) is the 44th and current President of the United States. 5.0/5

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Comedy Central host Jon Stewart has been relentless in attacking President Barack Obama for the various scandals currently engulfing the White House. Not fellow Comedy Central personlity Stephen Colbert.
At about 3 p.m. on Thursday, October 18, Barack Obama strode into the Manhattan studios of Comedy Central for a taping of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. The two men discussed several issues, including Libya. Stewart noted the exchange between Obama and Mitt Romney on that subject at the debate ear...
The mother of one of four Americans killed in the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya lashed out at President Barack Obama on Friday for saying the attack was “not optimal.” In an interview on “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central, Obama responded to a question from host Jon Stewart about his administration's confused communication after the assault by saying, “If four Americans get killed, it’s not optimal.” Patricia Smith told the Daily Mail: “It's insensitive to say my son is not very optimal. He is also very dead. I've not been ‘optimal’ since he died – and the past few weeks have been pure *** “I am still waiting for the truth to come out and I still want to know the truth,” Smith told the Daily Mail from her home in San Diego. “I'm finally starting to get some answers, but I won't give up. Requests for increased security from Ambassador Stevens and others were turned down by the Obama administration.
Be sure to watch Jon Stewart on Comedy Central tonight (in San Antonio). Barack Obama will be on. If you miss it, there will be reruns during the day tomorrow. If my right wing friends promise to watch, I will suck it up and listen to a Rush Limbaugh broadcast in exchange.
The day after Barack Obama's widely panned presidential debate performance, The Daily Show's Jon Stewart took his turn to lampoon the president. "How bad was the debate? Obama lost despite Mitt Romney doing this!" ranted Stewart on Thursday's installment of his Comedy Central talk-show while introd...
John Procaccino's out there somewhere saying, as only he can, "you can't make this stuff up." - Rush Limbaugh: "I think it can now be said, without equivocation — without equivocation — that this man hates this country. He is trying — Barack Obama is trying — to dismantle, brick by brick, the American dream.” He was indoctrinated as a child. His father was a communist. His mother was a leftist. He was sent to prep and Ivy League schools where his contempt for the country was reinforced.” (It should be noted, briefly, that George Bush, Mitt Romney, countless other Republicans, also went to Ivy League schools, but no matter, only the "hater" Obama was corrupted.) The only way to understand Limbaugh's ravings is to imagine him as a radio extension of Comedy Central - as an inflated caricature of right wing hysteria. Or is it real, and millions believe it? I mean, you can't make this stuff up.
With Mitt Romney and Barack Obama locked in as the candidates to beat this upcoming election, things are looking pretty bland in terms of comedy material. In fact, on Wednesday night's "Daily Show," Jon Stewart went so far as to say, "This election's gonna suck!"
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