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Falling in Love with Jon Stewart All Over Again

January 22, 2010

Yes, I loved Jon Stewart years and years ago. But, the love was unrequited and then he turned a bit cuckoo pants anyway, so no big loss. Now, however — Swoon!

First, Jon Stewart recently became one of the very few comedians who will dare point out Obama failures. Tonight, he totally mocked the ever deserving of scorn Keith Olbermann. Please watch the whole video. It is truly made of awesome.

UPDATE: IF video doesn’t work, click here to see video. It’s SO worth it!

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  1. January 22, 2010 10:49 am

    I love it! This is TERRIFIC!
    Thanks, Lori…you just made my day!
    F.

  2. Keaton permalink
    January 23, 2010 3:04 am

    Wake up, please. This is NOT the “assault” you think it is.

    Don’t you realize that Stewart’s antics underscored that he didn’t DISlike Olberman’s takes on Scott Brown, but APPROVES of them?

    IF JS was serious, he’d have put away the glasses. He would have stopped mugging for the camera. He could have been funny for 5 mins, and serious for 1:24, and it would have been a great segment. Instead, he laughed it off. Of COURSE he approved of Olberman’s attack. It allowed Olberman to be a lightning rod of controversy; that allows Stewart to use him as a stalking horse, chiding him (lightly) while everyone draws an assault on Olberman. Stewart mocks while he chides, making the Olberman rant more comical than dangerous — which is what it really is. For Olberman can now go after not just the candidate, but his family.

    These are dangerous times. Please see this for what it REALLY IS. Stewart does NOT disapprove of Keith Olberman’s assault on Scott Brown. In fact, he endorses it. John Stewart likes to play the “serious reporter” card at some times, and the “comic” card at others. By not playing the serious reporter card, this shows everyone just what John Stewart thinks of Keith Olberman’s position.

    He embraces it.

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