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Political jokes of the week
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Published Saturday, July 02, 2011 @ 7:51 AM EDT
Jul 02 2011

Recent late-night political jokes, from Daniel Kurtzman's Political Humor Blog on About.com.

Michele Bachmann is kind of like Sarah Palin but without the charisma- or marksmanship. You know, maybe we should stop telling kids that anyone can grow up to be president of the United States.
-Jimmy Kimmel

Bachmann didn't know John Wayne Gacy was from her hometown of Waterloo, Iowa. The town is about the size of the Wayans family.
-Jimmy Kimmel

The next-most famous person from that town is the guy that grew the biggest pumpkin at the town fair.
-Jimmy Kimmel

Anthony Weiner is reportedly involved in choosing his successor. The first question he asked his potential replacements is, 'What's the difference between 'reply' and 'reply all?'
-Conan O'Brien

Sarah and Bristol Palin made an appearance at a book store. Apparently, it was 'Bring Your Daughter to a Place You Never Go Day.'
-Conan O'Brien

Newt Gingrich is entering the hotdog-eating contest at Coney Island. He hopes to win because he needs the money to pay his Tiffany's bill.
-David Letterman

The Pope is now on Twitter. The church is really trying to connect with young people- in a way that doesn't involve hush money.
-David Letterman

Chris Wallace at Fox News asked Michele Bachmann if she is a flake. I think that's an insult to the fine folks at Kellogg's.
-David Letterman

Blagojevich said he was stunned by the verdict. Apparently, he wasn't paying attention during the trial.
-David Letterman

She announced her presidency from Waterloo- a name synonymous with victory.
-Stephen Colbert on Michele Bachmann's Iowa campaign launch


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