04
Aug
09

more orly!

watch the Colbert Report episode featuring Orly Taitz at indecisionforever.com, because apparently wordpress doesn’t allow non-youtube embeds

This is a little older than the MSNBC video, and I’m impressed that Colbert at no point acts even a little sympathetic to Taitz’s viewpoint. Frequently (more often with Jon Stewart), the comedy-anchors act a little deferential or conciliatory to their conservative guests, but Colbert basically openly mocks her throughout the interview (which, to be fair, looks pretty heavily edited). I’m not really sure why Orly Taitz was such a good sport in this interview, yet was so defensive and crazy on MSNBC, but maybe she just didn’t pick up on the underlying sarcasm of Colbert’s show.

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