A GOP precinct chairman loses his job after being cajoled into bigot talk by the Daily Show’s Aasif Mandvi. While defending North Carolina’s new law to restrict minority voting, he cites "lazy black people that wants the government to give them everything," adding, “I’ve been called a bigot before. Let me tell you something, you don't look like me but I think I've treated you the same as anybody else. As a matter of fact, one of my best friends is black."
Sarah Palin is back to comment on the woman behind the President who became light-headed during his Obamacare speech:
"With the Obama White House’s total lack of transparency, it’s no wonder that some will ask whether they staged even a fainting lady in the Rose Garden. What was once a major leap in logic has become a single step because President Obama has lied so often and so blatantly.”
Even Rick Santorum is getting into the act by promoting his new movie to counter Satan’s control of Hollywood. “This is a tough business, this is something that we’re stepping out,” Santorum tells evangelists, “and the Devil for a long, long time has had these screens for his playground and he isn’t going to give it up easily.”
On CNN to trash Obamacare as making the government “a peeping Tom” on everybody’s medical information, GOP Rep. Marsha Blackburn is cornered into blabbing incoherently about the wrong privacy law that applies only to health-care providers.
But perhaps the most unintentional comedy is provided by the chairman of the Republican National Committee hiring a 23-year-old as its first youth director to build “a grassroots infrastructure with the under-30 community.” He promises to “get them more involved in the political process and to help them direct that eagerness to make a change into something tangible.”
Can’t wait to hear how he’s going to do that when he’s interviewed on the Daily Show.