requently, complex political and economic situations become clear when comedians address them and exploit the laughter inherent. Think George Carlin, or Jon Stewart; or, my very favorite, Lewis Black.
Here, two British comedians --- very dry, but very funny, --- take on the European economy.■
Sorry, I just couldn't resist this one, where Lewis Black discusses
George Bush's overwhelming need to amend the US Constitution so as to make it illegal for gays to marry. Out of all the problems of his administration, this is the one he chooses to obsess over. This is the important one.