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May 07, 2010

Senator Al Franken explains an editorial cartoon

Showing that his comedy on the Senate floor is just as excruciatingly bad as all the other comedy throughout his career, Al Franken uses satire to try to make a point, explaining a political cartoon:

Next to this, throwing chairs would be almost welcome: it might degrade the World's Greatest Deliberative Body even less. As an added slap, this video is from Franken's official Senate Youtube channel.

Posted in StuartSmalley at May 7, 2010 11:50 AM

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