Lewis Black on Politics and Social Issues
The program contains many instances of language that some may find objectionable.
Lewis Black spoke about political and social issues. He described growing up in the middle class and becoming a socialist. Following his speech, he answered written questions submitted by audience members. Question topics ranged from Rush Limbaugh to the choice of Stephen Colbert to replace David Letterman, and whether or not the Washington Redskins should change their team name.
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