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Being a Republican's Just No Damn Fun

GOP hopefuls attack each other
for opposing waterboarding, supporting gays,
& letting immigrant children attend school.

Bush's Australian ally gets booted out of office
& his Pakistani pal gives up his military post,
leaving W with as few friends globally
as he has right here at home.

Trent Lott resigns to become a lobbyist
...because it's better than being a GOP Senator.

And Bush had to welcome Gore to the White House.

Being a Republican's just no damn fun.

Well, living in fear, hating Hollywood
& having no gay or black friends
...it just doesn't sound very fun.

...which makes it a very fun time
to share your views & a little booze
at your local progressive social club.

DRINKING LIBERALLY
Find - or start - a chapter near you.

Laugh To Keep From Crying: Lee Camp on Children's Healthcare



History has a way of repeating itself, and that serves comedians well. After Bush vetoed the expansion of children's healthcare, Lee Camp recorded this video. We thought it would quickly go out of fashion, but here Bush is, getting ready to veto SCHIP once again...thus allow Lee -- and us -- to recycle this great short shot of political whiskey.

Lee Camp: Letter to Blackwater

The more we sip of Blackwater, the more we realize what a murky, muddy, mucky mess they've made. Once you look into it, you may not want to drink the Blackwater, but how about a liberal shot of political whiskey with Lee Camp of Laughing Liberally.

Jamie's Gay Rant

Jamie Kilstein's Liberal Shot of Political Whiskey:Gay People

Hack Comedy - Political Comedy

Jamie Kilstein attempts to do stand-up at clubs all over the nation.

Katie Halper at the Yearly KOS

Katie brings it home at the Yearly KOS.

Lee Camp at the Yearly KOS

Lee Camp running wild in the windy city.

Harry Terjanian at the Yearly KOS

Harry being 'the man' in Chicago.

Baratunde Thurston @ The Yearly KOS

Mr. Thurston brings down the house.

Freedom Censorship

Laughing Liberally's Lee Camp talks Thailand, censorship and what kids are seeing on YouTube these days.

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