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Politics and religion: two polarizing topics that deserve their own little place
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I love our late news on the Wichita CBS station, and I get the pleasure of turning away from this show every night. I suppose there are millions who do the same. But ... I suppose there is as many who tune in. Even in comedy we are split. Conan is the last of the comics that poke fun at both sides.
I love Colbert and watch his opening nearly nightly. He is spot-on most of the time. I do think he and his writers should take a big pay cut, though. With the Trump insanity the comedy writes itself.
The man was failing and ran with the DA Trump humor. The not-so-bright liberals think it is funny when it is really just 8th grade juvenility. Most children would be admonished for acting so disrespectfully. But these grown-up adolescents are rolling in the aisles. Elitist? Now that's funny.
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I don’t watch late night TV, so I have no idea if Colbert is funny or not. But if makes right-wingers angry and butthurt, it can’t be all bad.
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