Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert thinks that President Barack Obama and his administration are involved in so many scandals today that he’s come up with a new gadget to help him decide which one he wants to poke fun each night on his show.
While he is admittedly unable to “be objective” about the scandals plaguing his former opponent’s administration in recent weeks, former presidential candidate and Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney believes that a special counsel should be brought in to investigate why the Internal Revenue Service was improperly targeting and applying extra scrutiny to the filings made by conservative organizations.
In the midst of a hilarious address to the 2013 graduating class at the University of Virginia, comedian Stephen Colbert had a serious message for the eager crowd: if you owe anything, it’s to the Chinese.
Al Sharpton really doesn’t understand why the Tea Party is so upset with the IRS — but that’s probably just because Sharpton doesn’t seem to understand much of anything.
President Obama’s administration was rocked by a week of scandals, but the POTUS isn’t focusing on that. Instead, he’s apparently reading BuzzFeed.
The 2014 Senate race in Tennessee might be quite the battle — if pro wrestler Kane gets into the ring.
Even with the media mocking his every impression, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney is having a pretty good week – considering he’s completely unconvinced that the Obama Administration is in some part responsible for the three scandals that have engulfed Washington, D.C. over the past few weeks.
Actor John Cusack isn’t too thrilled with the American commander-in-chief or his top attorney this week.