In a hilarious take on the infamous New Yorker cover, which depicted Barack and Michelle Obama fist-bumping, Comedy Central hosts Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart re-create the headline-grabbing cover for Entertainment Weekly.
Stephen Colbert appears on the August cover of Esquire, in which he discusses the nation’s latest crisis: white men becoming “completely marginalized” as Barack Obama dominates the political landscape as “The Man.”
The hysterical host of Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report says white men are a “rainbow of diversity–from beige to bone to ivory to taupe to eggshell,” and the “greatest victimization of all” is “being robbed of your ability to be a victim.”
“Barack Obama’s presidential campaign presents a historic opportunity, not just for one black men to become president,” Colbert says, “but for all white men to feel powerless. It’s our turn.”
Here are some highlights from the “Struggle of White Men in America,” according to the boxer-clad cover guy: