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Sunday, April 30, 2006
"The most powerfully staged photo ops in the world."

Oh my God!
Acidic satire, in the lean form of Stephen Colbert, grabbed the Washington establishment last evening by their delicate lacey ruffs and held them up to a bitingly funny and horribly accurate spoof of their mass destructive failings:

"Reality has a well-known liberal bias."

Word is that Captain Bunnypants and Empress "Corrina" were not amused.
The neo Imperial couple were not alone before the sharp knives of the Comedy Channel as the dining room, too, seemed discomforted by Stephen's truthiness...Well, except for a completely rehabilitated (raised to the head table by dint, no doubt, of co-starring with Stephen in his video) and triumphant former White House Correspondents' Association dean turned pariah, Helen Thomas.
The President, only a few days ago, plaintively whined, in response to a question regarding critical Generals and Rumsfeld's fate, "People's reputations are at stake" :

"If you're strong enough to go on one of those pundit shows, you can stand on a bank of computers and order men into battle."

Last evening Mr. Colbert gave the Beltway Terrorists an overdue taste of the already over-ripe remnants of what, once, were reputations.

Modified Image: The Colbert Report
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