Friday, September 24, 2010

Colbert in Congress

We all remember Stephen Colbert's EPIC, career-making roast of George W. Bush at the White House Correspondents Dinner a few years back right? Well, here he is going one bigger - making a mockery of an actual Congressional Subcomittee hearing on immigration... in character as his "Colbert Report" persona.

 

7 comments:

RestamSalucard said...

We're trying to make the ground waist high, but there's been a complication, it seems that for every inch we move the ground up, we grow exactly one inch higher. Obviously, something sinister is forcing our bodies grow to toy with our ambitions to raise the ground to waist level. As always, I blame aliens.

Smashmatt202 said...

Fucking BRILLIANT! I love that guy!

rob said...

The thing with shaving his head by the general on the 'orders' of the president was TV GOLD!
This man is the new Bob Hope.

Josh said...

The best part, for me, was at the very end of the hearing, when Colbert broke character and told that subcommitte - as well as reminding all of us - that these workers have little to no voice, and somebody needs to stick up for 'em.

a.k.a.A.M.V.P said...

Yeesh, tough crowd. Though I gotta give it to them for that big laugh at the end.

H said...

I maintain that Stephen Colbert is the greatest comedian alive right now.
Somebody, put that man's name on a space station or something!

Foxed said...

I feel like that was actually somewhere in between Stephen Colbert of the Colbert Report and the real Stephen. Like, he was cracking wise, but he wasn't the blowhard he is on TV.