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Via Twiiter: Judge Napolitano Will Be On "The Daily Show" TONIGHT!

Judge Napolitano @Judgenap

Is on @TheDailyShow tonight talking New Hampshire and the 2012 GOP Race! 11PM ET on @comedycentral Set your DVR's

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It's on! Tune in!

It's on! Tune in!

Bump...tune in!

Bump...tune in!

Be Neat

Will be lookin' for it.

Can there be a survey about, what his audience learns about, the state of our affairs.. or, the like? Are they learnin' or just laughin'?

I hope he focuses on the NDAA

One of the Judge's greatest strengths is his ability to teach an audience about liberty related topics and it's relation to the law.

I hope he spends a good 75% of his time hammering home the ramifications of the NDAA. Facts always wins over emotion, and the facts about NDAA should be a solid bridge to Stewart's left leaning demographic.

Great way to boost your

Great way to boost your number Mr. Stewart! We both benefit! Thank you, sir.

Bring on...

the Judge!

"I, __________, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oath_of_enlistment

There is no duration defined in the Oath

Don't get me wrong, I love the Judge...

but his last appearance on the Daily Show was less than stellar. Stewart gave him some softball socialism vs. libertarian questions and the Judge wasn't able to sway the audience. Granted the audience was probably full of NYC pink-commies but still...

I think he'll be better prepared this time around.

Same here

In all, it was a positive interview, but it was full of so many missed opportunities. The Judge almost seemed to forget that, despite it being Comedy Central, not all the questions are jokes. And when he did realize the sincerity in the question, he more or less waxed philosophical instead of answering in a way that connected with the viewing audience. "Greed is a virtue," without any explanation, did not seem to register very well in the midst of the OWS climate. I hope he received enough feedback last time to put forth a more informative effort this time.

Agreed, talking about

Agreed, talking about philosophical and historical accounts and not focusing on the now which is the dollar tanking and the standard of living diving which is exacerbated by the growing police state..