'Daily Show' Writer Notes News Ripe for Comedy

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Kevin Bleyer, a writer for the Daily Show who in on strike with other Hollywood writers, talks with Melissa Block about what we're missing by not having comedy writers. They discuss some of the missed opportunities for humor in the presidential campaign, the mortgage industry and even Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.



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