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Stephen Colbert: It’s a Small-Minded World

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Stephen Colbert is on it again. This time dealing with the small-minded world we live in.

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  • Dehnus

    Well, I do think Disney was quite helpfull with allowing her to cover herself as she wanted. Better then some other companies who just fire them.

  • Brother

    No other person irks me more than Anjam chowdry.

  • Jack Cope

    I agree Sulayman, in fact when I watched him the first few times I couldn’t make him out, it was only after I read he did the whole thing in character that I got the deeper meaning. I can be a bit slow sometimes, especially with this American stuff 😛

  • Khushboo

    LOL love Colbert. That Nutty Graham must be a psychic!

  • Bass

    Nuts. Can’t see this in the UK.

  • Sir David ( Illuminati membership number 5:32)

    Oh dear the secret is out . Muslims want to convert everyone to Islam.
    How long did it take the evangelicals to work it out I wonder?
    Lets not tell Sponge bob square pants.

  • NassirH

    Graham a bigot?


  • Justin


  • muhammad ‘abd-al haqq

    loonwatch should do a piece on these certified loons:

    Allahu A’lam

  • Rob

    Of course they see the irony. They don’t care. Islam is the competition. And they fear it ideologically. And some like Spencer use this fear for financial gains.

  • mindy1

    @stephen, and yet they do not see the irony 😆

  • Stephen G. Parker

    Wow! I really loved that statement by Franklin Graham. Those nefarious Muslims just want to build Mosques and Islamic Centers all over the country and convert America to Islam! 😯

    Isn’t it wonderful to know that Franklin Graham and Evangelical Christians would never consider such a subversive scheme. We know they don’t desire to build church buildings throughout the USA and convert Americans to Evangelical Christianity. 😆

    Seeking to convert people by means of persuasion is perfectly legitimate, and has nothing to do with tyrannical compulsion. Does anyone else see a double standard and hypocrisy here?

  • Sulayman F

    Good bit. However, sometimes I wonder if Colbert goes a little too far in his sarcasm.

    It reminds me of how the ADL came out against the Borat movie, saying that although it’s meant as a joke and Sacha Baron Cohen is Jewish, they said “We are concerned, however, that one serious pitfall is that the audience may not always be sophisticated enough to get the joke, and that some may even find it reinforcing their bigotry.”

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