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How is it that a comedian on a fake news show is the only guy in the media with any real guts anyway?

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He said his name was Columbus, I just said 'Good luck'. "
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I have always liked Stewart... love his show, and to be honest, he has a lot of good points. Whoever wrote that article though... I mean, damned... how do you expect to convice anyone you are right with a tone like that? Any headway Stewart would have made in convincing me of certain things was totally negated by the accusations and gloating of the author of that piece.
He is right about Fox News... it is not "fair and balanced," but I still prefer it to things like CNN, which stopped being hard news ages ago...





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I just skipped the commentary to actually read what Jon Stewart said. I felt that was more important.

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Vanquishing your enemies, making amends to those you have wronged, and leaving words of love and kindness for those around you become second nature as your own mortality looms

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I wish I could have seen that interview.



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God bless people like Stewart, he made some good points there and was intelligent and funny.... see, if only other celebrities and the like could be the same. Stewart rocks.



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