Politics: Play of the Day

Extreme Takeover, Tea Party Edition

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Oct. 23, 2013, 4:26 a.m.

A Col­or­ado cam­paign at­tempts to ap­peal to the young and the rest­less with ‘bro-sur­ance.’ But there’s a slight prob­lem: the state’s Obama­care web­site is still ‘bro-broken.’

Plus, what does the United States hate more than Con­gress? As it turns out: al­most noth­ing. Even hem­or­rhoids and head lice rank as more pop­u­lar among the Amer­ic­an people than the le­gis­lat­ive branch. 

And fi­nally, Re­pub­lic­ans are turn­ing against them­selves: polit­ic­al blame is run­ning amok, with fin­gers point­ing primar­ily to the tea party. But Jon Stew­art asks the im­port­ant ques­tion of polit­ic­ans like John Mc­Cain— can they really com­plain?


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