Extreme Takeover, Tea Party Edition: Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Plus: Bro-surance is bro-broken, why John McCain has no right to complain—and more.

A Colorado campaign attempts to appeal to the young and the restless with "bro-surance." But there's a slight problem: the state's Obamacare website is still "bro-broken."

Plus, what does the United States hate more than Congress? As it turns out: almost nothing. Even hemorrhoids and head lice rank as more popular among the American people than the legislative branch.

And finally, Republicans are turning against themselves: political blame is running amok, with fingers pointing primarily to the tea party. But Jon Stewart asks the important question of politicans like John McCain—can they really complain?

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Reena Flores is a Video Producer at National Journal.

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