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Barack Obama Takes Over The Colbert Report To Lay Down Another Decree! Watch HERE!

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When we heard Stephen Colbert was leaving his long-running Comedy Central show, we thought no one could replace him.

But it turns out someone is brave enough to give it a shot!

[ Related: Hillary Clinton Makes A SURPRISE Appearance On The Colbert Report! ]

Of course, when you're the leader of the free world, things like national television probably seem less daunting.

See Barack Obama knock the incumbent Colbert out of his seat and take of the Colbert Report for Monday's very special The Word segment (below)!

[Image via Comedy Central.]

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5 comments to “Barack Obama Takes Over The Colbert Report To Lay Down Another Decree! Watch HERE!”

  1. Fed up says – reply to this


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    Oh our celebrity in chief. Thank you, George Clooney. Imagine if you will Bush doing this with instigated race riots destroying cities around the country, record numbers unemployed, record number on food stamps, and didn't another american hostage just die due to his inept foreign policy? Good work, Hollywood. Whenever you're ready to move to China and give us back California, that would be great because Hillary is just a white Obama with ovaries.

  2. Evil Slimer says – reply to this


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    Can someone tell this idiot that he has a more important job to do and shameless self-promotion isn't it?

  3. Say What? says – reply to this


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    Re: Fed up – Imagine if you will, starting an entire war on a lie, destroying cities in a country where you don't live, lives of people you'll never know based on that lie, bottoming out the economy and offering bailouts to automobile manufacturers and banks. Imagine if you will, having policies of torture so horrible a senate meeting in your own country has to be called to investigate them. Then imagine if you will, someone so inept that he can't string together a complete sentence without a foreign head making fun of his English and leaving the American trillions in debt for generations to come, not to mention millions out of work and hundreds of thousands young men and women maimed, jobless and homeless. Then imagine an entire legion of idiots singing your praises as if you were some sort of God and wishing you back in office - yes, the very people you screwed over wanting you back. You CAN fool some of the people all of the time, but only the very simple minded ones.

  4. @v@ says – reply to this


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    He said Keystone would create 'maybe a couple thousand jobs.' Toronto Sun column heading today 'Obama's Math Questioned Over Keystone'… TransCanada Corp. states the project would employ 13,000 construction workers and create 7,000 manufacturing jobs. The pipeline builder said Monday its job-creation figures are solid. Plus Obama questioned whether Canada could do more to lower emissions, which prompted Natural Resources Minister Oliver to highlight the U.S. addiction to coal-fired electricity, which accounts for at least 40 times more greenhouse gases than oilsands production. He said 'It's good for Canada…' like there's nothing in it for him. So what's wrong with refining jobs in the U.S. helping a great neigbor and largest trading partner? If I didn't let my neighbor run power lines, or water lines through my property, what would he think? I mean, I could, but what about community?

  5. @v@ says – reply to this


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    There are so many working pipelines already that they look like a map of India.
    Why just this one? Mr. Buffet's certainly making coin shipping by train. After the huge disaster at Lake Magantic, trains don't look nearly as safe as underground.
    We could have oil independence. There's more to this than meets the eye.