Comedy is no joke

US unemployment rates recently shot up beyond expectations. But, this is only going to get worse as we approach November when a host of comedians will lose their jobs. It is no mere coincidence that the current government comes to a close around the same time.

Bush might not have created many jobs during his tenure but he certainly created a class of Bush-comics that is now fearing an end to an unprecedented era. If the writers and actors guilds indeed have lobby power (they certainly used it well to get themselves a fatter paycheck), they might even throw their weight behind the candidate who is most likely to replace Bush in their jokes.

Who do you think fits the bill the best? I think Ludacris might have the answer…


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