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May 12, 2007

Jane Fonda and Stephen Colbert

Colbert was not able to stay in role when Jane Fonda came on his show to talk about her new movie "Georgia Rules".  Well, she didn't really allow Colbert to ask her much about the movie.  She started off where she ended up the last time she (along with Gloria Steinem) was on his show - kissing him.  This time she was on his lap.  Every time Colbert went to ask her a question that wasn't about the war, she kissed him - passionately.  It is pretty hilarious.  Here it is.

And one of her comments ought to enter the political lexicon: "We have to quit electing men to office who are afraid of premature evacuation."

Posted by Lynn Allen on May 12, 2007 at 09:09 AM in Media, National and International Politics | Permalink


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