Over the weekend GOP Presidential Candidate Herman Cain dropped out of the race to seek his party’s 2012 presidential nomination to take on President Obama come November. Last night on the Daily Show, Jon Stewart classically ripped into Cain for referencing a somewhat ambiguous line from the Pokemon 2000 movie.
You just can’t make this stuff up…
Hat tip goes to my son Stephen for finding me this clip posted on pokememes
The debt ceiling debate ends in a budget deal that raises the debt limit and includes trillions in spending cuts but has no revenue increases.
From last night’s Daily Show Jason Jones warns that if America reaches the point where the amount of bulls**t exceeds the amount of actual things, it will effectively default on reality.
If the bulls**t continues to rise we have to remember, none of us have poop gills! Soon we will have to replace the bulls**t with Factual Assessments of Reality based Truths (FARTs) that needs to come from Bold Uncompromising Truth Telling (BUTTs).
It’s time that we all grow-up.
>The video below is from last night’s Daily Show with Jon Steward, it talks about how the Republican’s in Wisconsin used a loophole to vote without Democrats in the budget standoff with Governor Scott Walker over the right for public employees to collective bargain.
The segment then quickly segways into who the real villains are in Wisconsin and across the country, they are the ” Teacher, the greedy, chalk dusted succubi, who so cavalierly drain Wisconsin and the rest of the country dry and continue to laugh in our faces…” .
A report by Sam Bee show us what it is really like to live the teacher’s dream.
>On last nights episode of the Daily Show, Jon Stewart totally dismantled and took apart Monday night’s Sarah Palin interview with Sean Hannity on his program at Fox News. As usual it is a must see.
“Sarah Palin makes a miraculous recovery after being unfairly linked to the Tucson shootings. Credit for Sarah Palin’s recovery from being unfairly linked to the Tucson shootings has to go to her nurse, Sean Hannity.”
>Last night’s Daily Show with Jon Stewart wrapped up the events that took place after the memorial service for the Tucson shooting victims.
Stewart took on the critics and their “Veiled Criticism” of the event.
Last night’s Daily Show with Jon Stewart was another example of classic television as only Jon Stewart and company can make.
After returning from a weeks vacation Stewart wants to know who is really responsible for fanning the flames of violence over health care reform following the passage of the health care bill.