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Which Seinfeld Quote Should I Use For The Show's Reunion? John Oliver Is the Usain Bolt of Making Fun of Glenn Beck
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The Huffington Post's Jason Linkins might just be a crazy, liberal, paranoid, atheist, un-American, tin-foil-hat-wearing Communist, hippy, craziberaltheist, but I wonder if maybe he's not onto something here

Around the office, I often joke that the most dangerous time in America is when [The Daily Show] is taking a break. Again, this is meant as a joke! And so, despite the fact that after a summer of delays, the much anticipated torture documents were finally released on the first Monday of the show's hiatus, I think it would be unwise to suggest anything nefarious behind the timing. Right? I mean, to suggest that the torture documents were released to avoid the commentary of one of the media's few, reliable, anti-torture voices… this would be pure paranoia!…

Huffington Post Comedy editor Alex Leo reminds me: "Sarah Palin resigned the first day of his last hiatus." COINCIDENCE?

Why, to believe that, there would have to be some sort of extant example of a government spokesperson or agency citing The Daily Show as a reason to keep from disclosing information… "If we become a fact-finder for political enemies, they aren't going to cooperate," Justice Department attorney Jeffrey Smith said during a 90-minute hearing. "I don't want a future vice president to say, 'I'm not going to cooperate with you because I don't want to be fodder for 'The Daily Show.'"

Hmmmm… I guess we know why Ted Kennedy suddenly decided that this would be a good week to die, now don't we?




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