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Thursday, April 10, 2008

Meet the Newest Member of the Vast Right Wing Conspiricy... Jon Stewart?

Apparently, the tolerant "progressives" who rationally discuss political issues and reasonably agree to disagree with heretics of the Liberal orthodoxy over at the leftist hate-site, The Huffington Post, have taken umbrage at some of Jon Stewart's recent comedic cracking on Obama.
Last night on "The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart unveiled a new feature: The "Dick Move of the Week" (presumably a recurring segment). "As the race wears on, you're going to start to see the campaigns behaving a little bit more aggressively, trying to score points on the other guy," said Stewart. "But there is a very fine line between an aggressive move and what Beltway insiders refer to as — a bit of a dick move."


Below is a preview of the HuffPo comments. Many defend Stewart, and tell the rest to lighten up, but others...
"Jon needs a long Iraq occupation to justify his early Bush support."
"I have noticed that since their return, there have been a succession of right wing guests. It could just be my perception, but it seems that sinse lynn cheney was on there has been a subtle shift that solidified during the strike."

"I used to enjoy watching Jon Stewart, but find that he has lost his comedic edge. His remarks about the politician du jour are timid, and uninteresting. He now seems afraid to rock anyone�"s boat. The show�"s format has become old, relying too much on common, vulgar words to get a laugh further points to a dearth of inspiration."

"This looks like the beginning of Mr. Stewart becoming irrelevant.
Which is a good thing."

"Jon Stewart is usually funny, but the whole dick joke thing is sophmoric to the point of idiocy."

"Jon Stewart is another brainless media twit who's fallen in love with John McCain."
-T

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