Also, this Colbert event gives us a much needed reminder as to the senselessness of the moonbats' claims of a 'right wing media'.
Here, we have the moonbats who don't think Bush is just a bad President - he is a terrorist, a liar, a criminal, a tyrant, a dictator, a Hitler, a genocidal maniac, and so forth.
Not only are they convinced he is all of these things and is always acting in bad faith, they are 100% certain of the truth and veracity of Bush's unvarnished evil - as in, they think there is no plausible alternative to their belief in the ultimate truth of the matter: it is all so obvious.
And here it is: so when the media refuses to report that Bush is evil incarnate, it must be because they are in cahoots with him - why else would an objective, news-reporting institution ignore all of the obvious evil in the moonbats' perfect truth?
Which, of course, is utter nonsense - you can think of the plausible explanation in no time. We can argue about whether the media is liberal or not, but at the very least, the non-moonbats among us can at least admit the media is somewhat tethered to reality in its reporting.
Moonbats are on the fringe for a damn good reason.