Colin Quinn Lays Out His Issues with the Bill of Rights

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Published on September 29, 2020

Colin Quinn shares his lack of optimism toward the state of the nation in his book Overstated: A Coast-to-Coast Roast of the 50 States, which he dedicated to himself, and talks about the issues he has with the Bill of Rights.

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14 comments

  • Night Driver 1 year ago

    1st

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  • Redresseny 1 year ago

    It will always be weird to me seeing Colin on mainstream shows…He needs to be in places he can be vicious and off the cuff.

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  • ewald human 1 year ago

    Colin Quinn! I missed this guy

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  • catalinacurio 1 year ago

    I love your straight no nonsense attitude Colin!

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  • Ian Thomas 1 year ago

    “Two gentlemen going to debate…”??? Nooooo!
    One gentleman and the other is Trump.

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  • Evan Devries 1 year ago

    Haven’t seen him since Night at the Roxbury

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  • Aaron Friedman 1 year ago

    wait…one of Seth’s writers was a white guy?🤔

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  • New Message 1 year ago

    They both love rising to the bait, so this debate ought to be pretty entertaining. The way a horror movie is entertaining, sure, but… still.

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  • black bird 1 year ago

    Colin looks like he’s been drinking mouthwash in rehab.

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  • Kelis Bevan 1 year ago

    Nice 36:14 🍌🍌🍌🍌

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  • Vivek Jain 1 year ago

    Speaking of freedom of speech, if Seth cares about democracy or the notion of public sovereignty, why has he failed to advocate for Julian Assange? See the many many articles at WSWS, counterpunch, and consortiumnews

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  • Vivek Jain 1 year ago

    If Seth focused on the case of Julian Assange for one week, and educated his audience about the urgent imperative of mobilizing to demand the end to extradition of Julian from the UK to the US, he could claim that he contributed to protecting the American public.

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  • toobasaurus23 1 year ago

    I love Colin’s specials. He takes factual American history and makes it funny, pointing out the hypocrisy.

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