Part of the presidential job description is the absorption of public vitriol. A comedic assault doesn't change perception in any meaningful way.
["It's not the respectful voice that props up the status quo," Malcolm Gladwell once noted.
To illustrate how either ideology is flawed, you must demonstrate how those central notions are moronic.A world-class satirist knows the truth about his audience and does not care how exposing that truth will make audiences feel.This is a difficult task (and if you need proof, just ask the tortured corpse of Machiavelli). It's a little cold and a little antihumanist, so most of its potential purveyors don't go for the jugular.Their deepest loyalty is to the art of keeping secrets.Certainly, most of the retrospective credit for this weltanschauung is directed toward Larry David, the bald misanthrope who created Seinfeld in orchestra with its namesake star.