On Monday night's "Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert couldn't get over the media's reaction to new Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan. Across the networks, pundits and anchors alike were referring to his nomination as "bold" and commenting on Mitt Romney's bravery in choosing such a controversial running mate.
Colbert joked, "Bold! So daring! I mean, white, Christian and male? That's a triple not-threatening to me."
But Ryan may bring some unforeseen advantages to the table, like the youth vote. It may not seem like it makes sense, but just wait til Colbert breaks down the logic in the clip above.
A Beautiful War For Women
Women are the big prize this campaign year, and both sides are fallopian-it to win it.
The Other War On Women
Mitt Romney enlightens us about the real war on women.
Arizona's "Pre-Life" Laws
Colbert gives a big tip of the hat to Arizona for calling a woman legally pregnant two weeks before she's actually pregnant.
Stephen Colbert's Lady Heroes
No surprise, the Lady Heroes are all men, because conservative men feel comfortable speaking for women.
Rush Limbaugh's Sandra Fluke
Rush Limbaugh gets a lot of heat just for calling a woman he's never met a "slut" and "prostitute."
Women's Health-Nazi Plan
If you want to control your fertility, do it the way God intended: with a cold, loveless marriage.
The Word: Too Big To Nail
The Supreme Court sets a precedent that truly grants sexual equality in the workplace, because now men and women will be equally powerless against corporations.
The Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act
If you can't discriminate against women, what's the point of hiring them?
Mardi Gras And International Women's Day
Stephen throws out some beads for women showing their advanced degrees and their ability to balance a satisfying career with a rich home life.