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Plus: Stephen Colbert is grateful “that poor people still can’t get health insurance,” Jon Stewart sends a thank you card to the Obama administration—and more.

Stephen Colbert realized he was thankful for many things over the holiday weekend—but he's still most grateful for Obama's mess of a website.

Plus, Healthcare.gov is nearly complete, with the administration touting its capability to handle 50,000 users simultaneously, for a total of 800,000 users per day. Close, but no cigar.

Jon Stewart still congratulates the administration for trying ... but suggests that maybe they should have dealt with the issues before the public lost all faith in public governance.

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Reena Flores is a Video Producer at National Journal.

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