Thursday, August 19, 2010

Jon Stewart - fair minded person - gives all sides

Comedian Jon Stewart on Wednesday bashed Fox News for parent company News Corporation's $1 million donation to the Republican Governors Association.

Unfortunately, Stewart failed to inform his viewers that Viacom, the parent company of Comedy Central, has so far given disproportionately to Democrats this year.

Also missing in the "Daily Show" host's attack of FNC and Glenn Beck was that News Corp. prior to this contribution had historically given more to Democrats than Republicans.

Such facts were unimportant Wednesday evening, for Stewart was on another in a long line of Fox News is the devil incarnate rants.

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Yes ... well ... why SHOULD he give ALL the information?  That would let people make up their OWN minds ... and I'm afraid that's just not what Jon Stewart is all about.  He think you won't know the "rest of the story."  You know why?  Because he thinks you're stupid ... you know ... just like  he thinks Sarah Palin is stupid ... just like he thinks all conservatives are stupid.  Yessir, Jon Stewart sure thinks a lot of people are stupid.

I wonder why he calls himself Jon Stewart when his given name is Jon Leibowitz.  Why is that, Jon?  Let me guess, you think we're so stupid that we can't pronounce Leibowitz?

You're a piece of crap, Leibowitz.


A is A said...

Jon "Stewart", Stephen Colbert, Jay Leno, Craig Ferguson, David Letterman, et al. These guys are mouthpieces for their writers, quite like Brokaw, Couric, and their ilk are for "news" reporting. "The Daily Show" can be entertaining - but there are a lot of people that believe it's actually news. Mr. Leibowitz was an awful stand-up comedian, but with a team of writers all of a sudden he's a genius.

WOMBAT said...

He changed his name from Liebowitz to Stewart because he insisted that he was being discriminated against because of his name sounding Jewish. Of course, you're not expected to notice when he proudly proclaims that he's Jewish at every possible opportunity.

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