LOL. Perhaps not at this point, but the first 60 or 80 times I watched the video of his speech I thought he was pretty darn funny and he does seem to have a fair understanding of the current Administration's shortcomings.https://mashable.com/2012/08/31/clint-eastwood-talking-to-a-chair-video/
He's not that funny anymore.
Probably so. But, I think it will get a shot in the arm now.The empty chair gag also struck me as something predating television and possibly the Republican Party.
hmmm....I think the real shame is we have all lost site of the fact he is an actor....nothing more nothing less.It's really such a shame he chose to lever his much loved-by-all legacy in such a partisan fashion.
Professional comedians are usually pretty lame when commenting on politics (where is the Left's Mark Steyn, scrappleface or iowahawk?), but Colbert is an exception:Yeah, all those great right wing comedians dominate the industry.....oh wait.