Five Funny Debt Ceiling Videos

Humor can help when looking at a problem by taking some of the emotional heat out of what should be a rational debate. So I scoured the web and found 5 funny videos that should help lighten the mood.

In this clip from The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Jon compares the debt ceiling to a bad breakup:

And Stephen Colbert discovered that the August 2nd deadline is nothing more than a conspiracy:

Of course, rap is a great way to educate:

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MSNBC tried to explain the debt ceiling with a little sketch that probably sounded better as an idea:

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This guy is pretty funny – maybe not in the intended way – while singing a parody of Camelot called Owe-a-Lot:

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