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Comedy from the Republican National Convention

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Clips of comic pieces (from both the right and the left) from the convention floor and the protest pen. Included are a speech by Kay Bailey Hutchison, an interview with Paula Poundstone, and a satirical 'anti-immigration' group that advocates for the gentrification of the U.S.-Mexico border and the deportation of Linda Ronstadt.

Keywords: 1996 Republican National Convention, humor

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