Bill Moyers made a great remark to Colbert:
I don’t get to stay up late at night if I’m subbing for John at WSHC the next morning, so I didn’t see Stephen Colbert‘s show until this morning when I returned from the broadcast. I was glad to see he had Bill Moyers on as a guest… Moyers, after two years being away from television, is coming back this month with a new series, Moyers & Co., on Public Broadcasting.
He’s coming back because of his worries about where the moneyed corporations at the top are taking a government which, given their super PACs and lobbyists (and major office holders), have spent 30 years destroying the Middle Class.
Colbert, of course, did all he could to trap Moyers with his pseudo conservative comments (while letting Bill get in the information he wanted to get across), and the discussion came around to whether corporations were people a la the Citizens United decision.
Moyers caught him with a great comment, stating that a friend of his told him:
“He’ll believe that corporations are people when Texas executes one.”
Audience applause of course… and Colbert skipped a beat trying to come back with a remark.
Posted on January 11, 2012, in Business, campaign, Corporations, creativity, crime, Economics, Education, election, ethics, government, history, Legal, News, Opinion, Politics, quote, Stephen Colbert, Television, Word from Bill and tagged Bill Moyers, Citizens United, Colbert, Colbert Report, Moyer, Stephen Colbert, Texas, WSHC. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.