Fourth-grader "Stevie" Colbert was a better military strategist than Bill O'Reilly will ever be
Meet Stevie's Sooper Soljer Scwad
September 26, 2014 5:59PM (UTC)
Papa Bear Bill O'Reilly has offered unsolicited military strategy advice on how the U.S. should deal with ISIS, and it is very, very bad (he wants to hire a 25,000-person mercenary army to carry out the attacks).
O'Reilly's approach is rivaled only by Stephen Colbert's own plans for military takeover, as imagined when he was a fourth-grader. They consist of "mutant double-ninja super soldiers with laser nunchucks" known as the Stevie's Sooper Soljer Scwad.
ISIS is going down.
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