Must-see morning clip: Stephen Colbert presents his "Christmas healthcare parodies" album
The comedian performs some songs from "Now That's What I Call Christmas Healthcare Parodies Vol. One"
December 12, 2013 7:56PM (UTC)
Inspired by Fox News host Mike Huckabee's terribly unfunny Christmas carol parody, "12 Days of Obamacare," Stephen Colbert has released "Now That's What I Call Christmas Healthcare Parodies Vol. One," just in time for the holidays.
Making fun of Mike Huckabee's attempt to make fun of Obamacare, the album's fabulously cheesy tracks include "Hark the Herald Kathleen Sebelius," "Obamacare's Beginning to Look a Lot like Socialism," and "Feliz Death Panel."
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