It is generally not political in nature, but the most recent episode contained one pitch that I just couldn't resist re-posting. Pay special attention to the black gentleman, whose fortune was made in the clothing business. Watch:
So, this liberal enviro-nitwit has a grand idea to save the world by raising awareness through catchy 'green' t-shirts. Fine. Yay for him. But, when the sharks dig into the idea, they discover that he has no legitimate business, his graphics aren't unique, he hasn't done any research, his methodology of branding is ludicrous, his shirts aren't 'green', and they are more expensive than the normal shirts that most people buy. When you boil it all down, he has nothing more than a load of passion for an idea, and yet he still expects someone else to put up a bunch of money to fund it. And, did you notice at the end that he was very pleased with himself because he tried hard? Results be damned, he feels good because he gave it his best effort. If that doesn't encapsulate liberalism, I don't know what does!
This liberal met the buzzsaw of reality, and it tore him up.
Given that this kid is a young version of the 'yes we can' crowd that is currently running the country, I think this gives us a terrific glimpse into why America is having the redistributive and debt issues it's having, don't you agree? If only the White House would invite the sharks over for dinner...maybe they could school The One on the real world, too.
There's my two cents.