Friday, November 20, 2009

Shadegg Back on Daily Show: Plotting Against America

Posted By on Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 5:37 PM

Jon Stewart talked about things we're not thankful for last night, and Arizona Congressman John Shadegg—who last week dangled a baby on the House floor as a prop—makes the list after he suggested that terrorists should consider kidnapping New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's kids. Shadegg has since apologized, sorta.

We think Stewart should be thankful for Shadegg, who has made so many recent appearances on The Daily Show that he's practically a correspondent.

And you have to love the shot of the empty House that Shadegg was addressing at the time.

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