Jon Stewart having too much fun

Written By: - Date published: 12:22 pm, November 10th, 2012 - 3 comments
Categories: humour, us politics - Tags: , ,

Jon Stewart’s Daily Show on the 7th – the day after the American elections – is a classic. Stewart is having more fun than is seemly or decent!

I still can’t get video embedding from the Daily Show to work (Lprent?), so all I can do is send you to the Daily Show page – the first clip in the sequence is here, then see the list in the box to the right to follow through with the other clips in the sequence. The last one interviews Nate Silver – President of the United States of Arithmetic!

(Like all Standardistas, I’m much too mature and spiritually evolved to enjoy the misery of others, so naturally I cannot recommend that you check out http://goptears.tumblr.com/ for a roundup of distraught and deranged Republican reaction to Obama’s victory. Some of it is pretty disturbing stuff.)

3 comments on “Jon Stewart having too much fun”

  1. North 1

    Hilarious……especially Karl Rove and Dick Morris !

  2. felix 2

    Hahaha I don’t mind taking some pleasure at the expense of those douchebags Anthony, so I’ll have a laugh for you your holiness 😀

    Know who I feel really sorry for though? Those self-described right-wing extremists The Wolverines who dropped the laughably awful but dead serious song “One Term President” a couple of years back: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MddREczVeL4

    (Which was swiftly and skillfully answered by the quite brilliant Satellite High here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zzpSbGgDx_w )

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