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Comedian George Lopez on Donald Trump -‘If He Wins, He Won’t Have To Worry About Immigration, We’ll All Go Back!’

Comedian George Lopez gives more than his two cents on Donald Trump’s recent comments about Mexican Immigrants in this awesome video. In fact, he’s dropping some million dollar gems saying: “Those comments are vile in any civilized society, but there is a freedom of speech” “He’s punking all the dudes …he already called Jeb Bush’s old lady out…she must not have an internet connection in her house because she’d be like, “that fool said what about me?” “There’s enough racists in this country for him to get elected.” “Trump in 2016 -if he wins, he won’t have to worry about
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Ga Ga: Sarah Silverman’s Comparisons of Bubbie & Black Men in Her ‘Great Schlep’

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In the latest viral video to hit the web, comedienne Sarah Silverman not only encourages Jewish grandkids to blackmail their grandparents into voting for Sen. Barack Obama in the battleground state of Florida, but the funny lady also hilariously compares Jewish grandmothers to black men. Silverman says in her video, titled "The Great Schlep," bubbie and black men both love Cadillacs, track suits, bling, and all of their friends are dying. Blindie's just ga ga over this creative endorsement video!
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ObamaNation: Comedians Tread Lightly When Delivering Obama Jokes

Many writers and comedians are having a hard time creating punchlines when it comes to Barack Obama, according to two articles in the New York Times. “There’s a weird reverse racism going on,” late-night host Jimmy Kimmel said of the mostly-white staff and comedians, who are having difficulty getting past Obama's pristine veneer--and race. The Times claims that due to the presidential hopeful's ethnicity, lack of "buffoonish"-ness, and audiences' resistance to seeing him skewered, Obama's "been flayed by the sort of ridicule that diminished Dukakis, Gore and Kerry." "If Obama keeps being stingy with his quips and smiles, and if the dominant perception of him is that you can’t make jokes about him, it might infect his campaign with an airless quality," Maureen Dowd says in her column. "His humorlessness could spark humor." Mike Sweeney, the head writer for Late Night with Conan O'Brien is pretty hopeful: “We’re hoping he picks an idiot as vice president.” PHOTO: AP
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Comedian George Lopez on Donald Trump -‘If He Wins, He Won’t Have To Worry About Immigration, We’ll All Go Back!’

Comedian George Lopez gives more than his two cents on Donald Trump’s recent comments about Mexican Immigrants in this awesome video. In fact, he’s dropping some million dollar gems saying: “Those comments are vile in any civilized society, but there is a freedom of speech” “He’s punking all the dudes …he already called Jeb Bush’s old lady out…she must not have an internet connection in her house because she’d be like, “that fool said what about me?” “There’s enough racists in this country for him to get elected.” “Trump in 2016 -if he wins, he won’t have to worry about
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Ga Ga: Sarah Silverman’s Comparisons of Bubbie & Black Men in Her ‘Great Schlep’

See more Sarah Silverman videos at Funny or Die
In the latest viral video to hit the web, comedienne Sarah Silverman not only encourages Jewish grandkids to blackmail their grandparents into voting for Sen. Barack Obama in the battleground state of Florida, but the funny lady also hilariously compares Jewish grandmothers to black men. Silverman says in her video, titled "The Great Schlep," bubbie and black men both love Cadillacs, track suits, bling, and all of their friends are dying. Blindie's just ga ga over this creative endorsement video!
Read More

ObamaNation: Comedians Tread Lightly When Delivering Obama Jokes

Many writers and comedians are having a hard time creating punchlines when it comes to Barack Obama, according to two articles in the New York Times. “There’s a weird reverse racism going on,” late-night host Jimmy Kimmel said of the mostly-white staff and comedians, who are having difficulty getting past Obama's pristine veneer--and race. The Times claims that due to the presidential hopeful's ethnicity, lack of "buffoonish"-ness, and audiences' resistance to seeing him skewered, Obama's "been flayed by the sort of ridicule that diminished Dukakis, Gore and Kerry." "If Obama keeps being stingy with his quips and smiles, and if the dominant perception of him is that you can’t make jokes about him, it might infect his campaign with an airless quality," Maureen Dowd says in her column. "His humorlessness could spark humor." Mike Sweeney, the head writer for Late Night with Conan O'Brien is pretty hopeful: “We’re hoping he picks an idiot as vice president.” PHOTO: AP
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