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Politics? Comedy?

More than ever before, comics are delivering punch lines with a partisan edge

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / July 25, 2004

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Sometimes, when Janeane Garofalo is onstage in New York, playing to a crowd of weekend tourists at Caroline's, the audience will start to turn. They paid to hear punch lines from a former "Saturday Night Live" cast member. What they sometimes get is Bush-hating rants about imperialist wars and the degraded mainstream media. (Full Article: 1487 Words)

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