The Irony of Satire
is science-related, sending it straight to hell.

Lead authoress and liberal professor Heather LaMarre discussing her fact-dependent paper with cable mouthpiece Keith Olbermann.

The Irony of Satire is a study written by a bunch of factonistas hell-bent on "educating" people about facts.

Having nothing better to do, Heather L. LaMarre, Kristen D. Landreville and Michael A. Beam tricked Ohio State University into giving them credit for watching The Colbert Report.

There are two major problems with this,

  1. first, they're obviously stoned slackers who are probably agents of "The Colbert Report's Lead-in Jewish Program"
  2. and second, it is every American's patriotic duty to watch The Colbert Report, so they shouldn't be getting credit for doing what every good American does anyway.

How The Authors Described Their Study[edit | edit source]

  • "This study investigated biased message processing of political satire in The Colbert Report and the influence of political ideology on perceptions of Stephen Colbert."[1]

The Only Worthwhile Comment In The Study[edit | edit source]

  • "Conservatism also significantly predicted perceptions that Colbert disliked liberalism."[2] This finding is soon to be published in Duh! Magazine and Painfully Obvious Weekly.

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