So many adorable little moments we've had poking fun at our capitalist overlords, and the middle-class white kids who are no doubt hours away from fundamentally altering American politics and economics for the better.
Here, the kids of South Park get a first-hand lesson in the tyranny of the dreaded 1%.
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Stephen Colbert gets the idea to financially co-opt the anti-capitalist movement…
…but runs aground against his adversaries' youthful idealism.
But he keeps trying. Tenacious, that Colbert.
Not even his audience escapes his derision.
Jon Stewart explores why Wall Street protesters don't get the same respect as Tea Partiers. (Maybe country music makes for a better party than drum circles?)
Really, aren't these protesters just asking to be put on some sort of dehumanizing display?
Eric Cantor's right, those Wall Street protesters are just a mob!
…mobs are the ones who typically get the violence done to them, right?
The guys from Workaholics get political as Ders is accused of being a pinko commie.
So let's get this straight: if you go on strike, you don't have to work? Cool.
And as a bonus, here's Jeff Ross dropping by the Occupy Los Angeles movement. Get more madness on Twitter: @CCInsider
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