Jon Stewart for President

Written By: - Date published: 11:39 am, October 10th, 2012 - 9 comments
Categories: humour, us politics - Tags: ,

Should have posted on this at the time – the Jon Stewart vs. Bill O’Reilly mock presidential debate – “The Rumble in the Air Conditioned Auditorium” (here if you don’t get the reference). Stewart is as funny and as informative as ever – is it too late to get him on the ticket for November?

This was a fundraising event for charity, so check out the official website where you can watch or download the debate. There’s some extracts (with too much annoying narration) on YouTube:

The full debate is also up, but not likely to remain for long:

9 comments on “Jon Stewart for President”

  1. We know what part of Plant Key John Key lives on Bullshit Mountain!

  2. I love Jon Stewart to death and hate Oreilly, but why oh why does Stewart act like a pussy when it comes to O’lielly he shouldve called Olielly up on all this lies, instead of saying sweet litle catchphrases.

  3. Coolas 4

    Loved the bit where O’Reilly says the Ambassador was killed in Egypt. Stewart plays him. And O’Reilly says he’s talking about both attacks on Embassies; Lib-ya and Egypt. Remind you of anyone?

  4. Jokerman 5

    Jimeoin For Prime Minister
    ^ ^

  5. freedom 6

    at least OReilly admitted they should never have gone into Iraq

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