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Mark Russell, Bidding 2006 a Comic Adieu

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Mark Russell, Bidding 2006 a Comic Adieu

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Mark Russell, Bidding 2006 a Comic Adieu

Mark Russell, Bidding 2006 a Comic Adieu

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Mark Russell has poked fun at political folks for 50 years. hide caption

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Mark Russell has poked fun at political folks for 50 years.

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Comedian Mark Russell is known for his satirical songs about politicians and all things political.

He's been a wise-cracking and singing fly on the wall observing official Washington for 50 years. He gained national fame through PBS specials.

Who better to reflect on the past year?

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