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Colbert Skewers O'Reilly's Complaints About 'Grievance Industrial Complex'

Stephen Colbert continued his feud with his hero, "Papa Bear" Bill O'Reilly on The Colbert Report this Thursday.
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Stephen Colbert continued his feud with his hero, "Papa Bear" O'Reilly, which has been going on for the better part of a week now. Colbert hit O'Reilly last week for his ridiculous defense of income inequality and pretending that there's nothing that can be done about it.

Bill-O shot back and called Colbert and attacked him as a "clueless deceiver" who is just another mouthpiece for the left's "grievance industry" and "the darling of the far left internet which rhapsodizes over him."

This Thursday, Colbert got his revenge on O'Reilly with a good dose of sarcasm.

COLBERT: Now, you may not have heard of the grievance industry, but they are huge. They're the ones who manufacture the nation's complaint boxes, those peeing Calvins, and Yahoo comments. So, just when did the "grievance industrial complex" begin? [...]

Yeah man! Let's defy authority and not go to Vietnam! Because it feels good not to die in a rice paddy. Far out Daddy-O. Keep on truckin'. Sock it to me. Get a job! Cut your hair!

You see, Bill and I know it was crucial to fight that war. Can you imagine what would happen to America if we hadn't gone to war in Vietnam?

That means no Forrest Gump and therefore no Bubba Gump Shrimp Shack mac and cheese. And I'm sorry, but that's not an America I want to live in!

I don't want to spoil it, so just go watch the rest.

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