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Friday, September 24, 2010

Thank God It's Friday: Stephen Colbert goes Live on Congress!

Picture from  Saul Loeb, AFP/Getty Images.

By Briana Booker

 Although the concept of the Rally at the end of October is a political satire of the failures of our society, I promote comedian Stephen Colbert going before the House subcommittee on immigration and American employment. Colbert stays in character as a outspoken conservative. It is purely refreshing.

In Colbert's testimony he addressed the following:

To make the point that Americans will not settle for grueling agricultural jobs.

Some members of Congress thought his appearance in front of Congress was a waste of taxpayers' money,but I respect him using his rights as a citzen. We are wasting tax money on  a variety of things we do not request of daily, what is the problem with one more?

Republican Steve King, R-Iowa stated that immigrant workers recieve thousands of dollars in public services and that American citizens in the same labor circumstances would have decent pay for their hard labor.

Staying in character, Colbert mentioned his one day of hard labor...and stated to them never to make him do it again. " It's really, really hard." He mentioned the labor experience was back-breaking and requested rectification for the experience.

The best part for me was when Colbert was asked how many illlegal immigrants were in the fields working the one day he worked. Colbert says the following:

" I didn't ask for their papers, though I had a strong urge to." - Stephen Colbert.

One word- Epic.

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