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Jon Stewart on the GOP candidates: 'I believe one of you...'

In last weekend's debate all the GOP candidates were all asked what they would normally be doing on a Saturday night, Jon Stewart only believed one candidate's answer was not a "pandering lie"...


Indecision 2012 - Two Debates, One GOP
At the second New Hampshire GOP debate, Newt Gingrich calls Mitt Romney out for his pious bologna, and Mitt Romney's weak attempts at relatability collapse.

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Pious Bologna

My new favorite lunchmeat

An idea whose time has come can not be stopped by any army or government-- Ron Paul 2012

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LOL that was funny! The

LOL that was funny! The Romney lie regarding the ads was great! I'm glad he zoomed in on that!

very good

would have loved jon to cover the " I was married with two children..."


Jon..always hilarious

Stewart is hilarious as always...As for Newt. Really? Is he truly that lost. Eh nevermind

My favorite line. The one

My favorite line. The one about these debates becoming "like a telethon for electoral dystrophy" ! LOL

I like Stewart. He may even

I like Stewart. He may even cross over and vote for the good doctor if he makes it to the big dance. Rest assured no other GOP will get his vote.

Actually, same can be said for Bill Maher.

“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul

Another installment of smart,

Another installment of smart, funny, and true.

Good job, Jon!


He puts the pieces together so well! showing the pandering, the hypocrisy!

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You know why I like Jon Stewart?

It is becau;se I think he is pro Ron Paul. If it turns out that he is not for Ron Paul then I don't like him. he he he

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He's always respectful of Ron

He's had him on a few times, and they disagree almost to a point on every domestic issue, but they have adult conversations, agree to disagree, and leave with respect in tact.

Of course Jon is 100% behind Paul on foreign policy.

My view on Jon Stewart

Jon Stewart is quite liberal and I will be unsurprised if he pulls the lever for Obama.

What I like about him is that he skewers fools and knaves at all points of the political spectrum. I can like a person with integrity without having to agree with his politics.

It's a shame Stewart's still progressive.

I agree. Really it's amazing that any intellectual dignity even remains (perceived) in the term 'progressive.' Wilsonian progressivism was a bank sponsored fraud, Wilson himself later admitted. FDR's progressivism was just more of exactly the same fraud. Between Vietnam and welfare LBJ's massive progressive legacy was devastating. At best central planning just amounts to auctioning off govt favor to the most politically connected. At least since Nixon, all presidents have enacted thoroughly Keynesian/progressive economic policies.

All progressivism is just an idea to facilitate bank usurpation of govt through (eventual) inflation induced currency collapse. It hasn't happened in America yet, but it certainly has happened in a lot of other countries. Progressives who are concerned about the future enough to realize the potential consequences of progressive economic policy are no longer progressive, they're Austrian. Realistically considering the future is the exclusive provenance of Austrian econ. Keynesian economics is pathologically shortsighted and FINALLY a LOT of people are recognizing it. (The only holdouts are the ideologue cheerleaders, silver tongued bank lovers like Krugman.)


Yes, "progressive" is basically the American word for socialist. (Used because the word "socialist" has itself become so discredited in this country.) Socialism is the strange idea that the vermin in congress have both the right to take my money and the wisdom to spend it more wisely than I would myself. Ironically, the only congressman who might actually spend my money more wisely than I would myself is Ron Paul, and he wouldn't want to.

Saw this last night...

My wife and I couldn't stop laughing.

I love Jon Stewart's biting sarcasm

that puts these idiots in their place. Loved Ron Paul's honest answer. With the state of the economy I want a president who reads economic text books in his spare time!

"It is terrible to contemplate how few politicians are hanged." G.K. Chesterton