Thursday, November 8, 2007

Can Congress fill in for writers?

Marvin Kitman reminds us that while the WGA strike keeps Jon Setwart and Steven Colbert off the air, we need to look no further than the US Congress good material:
I know this may sound like a wild idea. But Will Rogers used to do it every night on the Broadway stage. All he had to do, he explained, was read in the papers what they did in Congress that day and he'd have the audience in stitches. Of course, he also did lariat tricks.

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