Stephen Colbert on Rush Limbaugh’s ching-chong-chop-suey impersonation of Chinese Premier Hu Jintao.

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on Jan 22, 2011
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5 Responses to “Stephen Colbert on Rush Limbaugh’s ching-chong-chop-suey impersonation of Chinese Premier Hu Jintao.”

  1. Waylon Lewis says:

    Mike can someone post the link….in Canada I have to seartch for it on comedy network and I cant get it…..this link auto directs Canadians off to comedy network…..thank you……the youtube link =)

    # Does this help, Mike?

  2. René Cousineau says:

    This, is un-freaking-believable. That man has got to be senile by now.

  3. holly troy says:

    wow. seriously, Colbert rocks! but Rush, what a wad of shit. (oops, can I say that on the internet?)

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