"Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd." --Voltaire
(Oh, and it's pronounced "NOH'-oh-site")
Yeah, he's really worth watching (along with Colbert). Consistently hilarious and probably the most informative news programs on TV.
I really did used to enjoy Stewart; he's a bright, genuinely clever bloke. I began to tune out when it became clear that his program was going the "All BDS, All The Time" route. During the campaign, he became altogether unwatchable: for every good-humored dig at Obama, there were at least 10 genuinely hostile attacks on...well...everyone else. It had long-since started to bend, until finally it broke.I am genuinely curious about what will happen to the show, now that The One has ascended. If this clip is any indication, I might just tune in from time to time.Meh. Probably not.Colbert is an aggressively unfunny blockhead, whose broad parody of Bill O'Reilly (who does a perfectly serviceable job of parodying himself!) is about as much fun as taking too much caffeine and listening to Cher's greatest hits on headphones.
Oops, I forgot. Republicans aren't allowed to have a sense of humor :).
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