Apparently the President lives at 1400 Pennsylvania Avenue, and Bobby Jindal is confused about evolution.
“‘Oops’ is also the rallying cry of anyone who gave money to the Perry campaign.”
The Republicans sent a giant squirrel to chase Hillary on her book tour, so Hillary walked up and gave him a book.
Colbert weighs in on the gay marriage juggernaut, interviewing Prop 8 super-lawyers David Boies and Ted Olson.
Colbert: “Of course we want to get every American soldier back, but do we want to get EVERY soldier back?”
“It is a celebration that is also very troubling. Like a pizza party for Hitler’s birthday. Was it fun? Yes….”
Interestingly, one of the two truly bizarre candidates ended up being pro-gay. In his own bizarre way.
“Hillary’s shown signs of mental frailty before. Just look at these pants she wore in the 1970s.”
I’m not ready to name Francis an honorary “amicus Theodora” just yet, but I am becoming increasingly Pope-curious.
This is what happens when you start permitting religious sculptures in a public place.
Colbert discusses Georgia’s new gun law, that lets you bring guns into bars, libraries, churches & govt buildings.
The Magic 8 Ball says “check in again later,” while Colbert waits for a report from correspondent Godot.
Aiken, who is openly-gay and a proud dad, hopes to challenge Muslim-hating GOP House Member Renee Ellmers.