Conservative humor can exist. On rare occasions, The Daily Show does it - brilliantly.
In essence, Miller boxed himself into this. He tanked his own career by allowing the comedy part of political comedy (and, really, the ethics of honest political comedy) to take a backseat to the politics.
Jackie Mason, Joan Rivers, Phyllis Diller, Dennis Miller, Yakov Smirnov, Jay Leno, Dale Davidson, Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, Jeff Hobson, Larry Miller, Dave Thomas, Rich Little, Norm MacDonald, Larry the Cable Guy.
REPUBLICAN SINGERS & MUSICIANS:Gloria Estefan, Ted Nugent, Amy Grant, Frank Sinatra Jr., Pat Boone, Ricky Martin, Michael W. Smith, Jessica Simpson, Jose Feliciano, Jaci Velasquez, Emilio Navaira (Tejano), Donnie McClurkin, Chubby Checker, Johnny Mathis, Pat DiMizio, Jon Secada, Harry Wayne Casey (KC & the Sunshine Band), Donny Osmond, Marie Osmond, Gracie Rosenburger, Andre 3000 ...
Andre 3000 Not Republican
Andre 3000 has distanced himself from the Republican Party and announced that he isn't a George W. Bush supporter.
Rumors began spreading after Dre was spotted interviewing Bush's daughters, Jenna and Barbara for his political documentary at the Republican National Convention in New York. Jenna also mentioned "Hey Ya" during a speech at the rally. Rumors even spread that Dre was set to perform at the Republican National Convention and consequently some fans vowed never to purchase his music again. [Okay, that seems ridiculous even to me.] However, Andre asserted that he wasn't in anyway affiliated to the Republican Party.
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