Thursday, September 27, 2012
A few weeks ago, Mitt Romney appeared on Meet the Press and told David Gregory he would likely keep his favorite parts of President Obama's Affordable Care Act if he became president. Yesterday, when NBC News asked him about the apparent empathy gap in the race, Romney voluntarily pointed to his Massachusetts health care law as proof of how much he cares about people. There must be something about that NBC audience that just makes Romney feel like helping those people he usually thinks of as dependent victims. ᔥ TPM
Stephen Colbert helps support Texas Pastor Rick Scarborough's 40 Days the Save America campaign. "I'm Stephen Colbert, and I prayed this message."
After The Daily Show's correspondents go on strike, Jon Stewart is forced to bring in replacements.
Conan O'Brien's outrage over The View's Elizabeth Hasselbeck and all other reality show losers trying to question the president inspires his proposal for the 28th amendment to the U.S. Constitution.