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Colbert Suggests Waterboarding Dick Cheney to Get to the Truth (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Oct 20th 2011 3:15AM
'The Colbert Report'Argued as the one man who might have been able to prevent the 9/11 attacks had the CIA been willing to share information, Ali Soufan resigned from the FBI in 2005 over this issue. Now he's written his memoir, 'The Black Banners: The Inside Story of 9/11 and the War Against al-Qaeda.' He talked on 'The Colbert Report' (Weeknights, 11:30PM ET on Comedy Central) about his successes as an interrogator, and which techniques do and don't work.

Accordin to Soufan, who gathered a lot of information through his methods, waterboarding and other enhanced interrogation techniques simply don't work as effectively as outsmarting terrorists with intelligence manipulation.

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White House officially afraid of The Daily Show

by Danny Gallagher, posted Jun 28th 2009 3:11PM
Jon Stewart poking fun of Dick
All of you right-wingers who thought that The Daily Show was going to become just another tool in a liberal executive branch's belt should take note of the following story.

And if having to read a newspaper other than The Washington Times, The New York Post or The Daily American Patriot Commie Basher makes your eyes bleed, grab your Visine and suck it up. You need to read this.

An attorney for the state said the Obama administration did not want to release detail of an interview with former VP Dick Cheney regarding the Valerie Plame leak because of fears that "it's going to end up on The Daily Show."

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Six other politicians who have had their ways paved by TV actors

by Jay Black, posted Jul 2nd 2008 11:38AM
Hey, you want to get together tomorrow afternoon and pose dramatically?Dennis Haysbert recently claimed that his role as President Palmer on 24 may have helped pave the way for a viable African American presidential candidate. He went on to claim that his portrayal of Nelson Mandela in the movie Goodbye Bafana ended apartheid and that his role as Jonas Blane in The Unit cured polio. Haysbert was then wrestled to the ground by his handlers and is now "recuperating" at the Clay Aiken Home for Delusional Celebrities.

My first thought upon hearing this news was that Dennis Haysbert is obviously insane. Since I've been criticized in this space for not having an open mind about insane things, I decided to take Mr. Haysbert at his word. I then went even further and went to work putting together a list of other politicians who exist mainly due to the hard work done for them by TV actors. After researching Wikipedia for almost a full fifteen minutes, this is the list I've managed to put together...

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The Daily Show: October 10, 2007

by Annie Wu, posted Oct 11th 2007 7:45AM
Lynne Cheney"Clusterf@#k to the White House": Actor and former senator Fred Thompson made his debate debut and we all learned that he is not so good with the talky-talk, especially when it comes to chatting about the economy. Also, I'm a big fan of the comedian Jim Gaffigan and everything said about "Manatee Pokers" was so very Gaffigan-y. In other news: Any reference to the Upright Citizens Brigade ("Uptight Citizens Brigade") is automatic gold, as is anything about Wilford Brimley. Bonus points if an impression of the way he says "diabeetus" is included.

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The Daily Show: August 15, 2007

by Annie Wu, posted Aug 16th 2007 12:21AM
Cheney"Franco-American": Bush and French president Nicolas Sarkozy tried to be better BFFs by doing a casual lunch. Fun Fact: The only thing sexier than Laura Bush in a cone bra is Barbara Bush in whatever the hell she was wearing in that clip. Work it, Barbara, work it.

And why does Franco-American make canned Italian food?

"Lone Star Estate": Senior Western White House Correspondent Samantha Bee talked about Bush's continued success in taking the most presidential vacation days. It's been 423 days of dedication, folks! It feels like we haven't seen Bee in a while, no? Actually, we haven't been seeing much of her at all.

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The Daily Show: August 1, 2007

by Annie Wu, posted Aug 2nd 2007 9:42AM
Jon Stewart"The Rummy Returns" (lawlz): Old Donald Rumsfeld was called in for questioning about the Pat Tillman case. It was strange... I had a fleeting thought of, "I thought Rummy was dead" when he popped up on screen. I have no idea why that happened. Maybe I subconsciously put Rumsfeld on my mental Colbert Report-inspired "Dead to Me" list when he left. Anyway, the old man is still on his game, beautifully denying things left and right. He's got it down to a science, all right. By the way, I wonder how he feels about Comedy Central's Lil' Bush, in which Iggy Pop voices Lil' Rummy. I'd be pretty excited if someone like Iggy Pop played a cartoon take on me, even if it was for satirical purposes.

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The Daily Show: June 25, 2007

by Annie Wu, posted Jun 26th 2007 2:38AM
Jon Stewart"Dick Move": Ah, bringing up the ol' "Remember when Cheney shot an old guy in the face?" stuff never fails to garner laughs. Well, apparently, Cheney's got more stuff to hide. He's been trying to abolish the oversight agency, which sounds extremely fishy. And then he went on to say that the Vice President is not part of the Executive branch. That's when I realized that everything I learned in Senior year Government class was a total and complete lie. I proceeded to weep for my wasted youth.

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Family Guy: Meet The Quagmires

by Brett Love, posted May 21st 2007 11:00AM
the quagmires - family guy

(S05E18) And so ends a short, inconsistent, Family Guy season. I don't know if we should chalk it up to Seth MacFarlane being spread too thin with American Dad and The Winner to watch over, or just the show coming up on 100 episodes. Something just wasn't quite right at Family Guy HQ this season though.

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Family Guy: The Tan Aquatic With Steve Zissou

by Brett Love, posted Feb 19th 2007 7:30AM
Chris Griffin - Family Guy(S05E11) The title of this episode led me to expect something much different than what we ended up seeing. The reference to The Life Aquatic made me think that this episode would find the Griffin's on some sort of adventure. No such luck there, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing. I think that idea could have made for a funny episode, but this one worked out ok.

It was something of the opposite of "Peter's Two Dads." Where that one excelled with the structure of the story, this one wasn't as strong. But the collection of cutaways presented with this episode was far superior. Of course, given that I only liked one of them last week, that's a pretty low bar. We'll save those for last though, and get to the meat of the episode. As is often the case, we had a Peter story balanced with a Stewie story.

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The Daily Show: January 25, 2007

by Annie Wu, posted Jan 26th 2007 10:02PM
Jon StewartJohn Kerry made an important announcement about his decision to not run in 2008... Well, actually, it wasn't a real announcement, it was just Kerry completing his concession speech.

Wolf Blitzer interviewed Vice President Cheney... Of course, Blitzer wanted answers and Cheney wanted to avoid giving answers, especially when it came to his pregnant daughter, Mary, who is in a gay relationship. I don't think Jon even needs to do Cheney jokes anymore... All he needs to do is show a clip and then quack for, like, five minutes.

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The Daily Show: February 15, 2006

by Annie Wu, posted Feb 16th 2006 9:30PM
Jon StewartClearly, The Daily Show has had an absolute field day with the fact that Cheney shot a 78 year-old man in the face... They loved this news enough to stretch it over another episode. Quite frankly, I was amazed. If they talk about it again on Thursday, that'll make an entire week of Daily Show programming about the incident. Who can blame them for eating the news up? I mean, dude, Cheney shot a 78 year-old man in the face. I don't think I need to repeat it again. Anyway, Cheney agreed to a no-holds-bar grilling public press conference about the incident -- okay, not really. He opted for an interview on FOX News (oh, whoop-de-doo), in which he lightly touched on the inner details and also stressed the importance of accuracy because... next time, he will kill Henry Whittington.

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