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'You are insane!' The moment comedian Jon Stewart lost his cool with Fox News host Chris Wallace
Daily Mail UK ^ | 20th June 2011 | Daily Mail UK

Posted on 06/20/2011 4:40:28 PM PDT by Qbert

It was pitched as a classic grudge match between the left and right of network television.

And when Daily Show host Jon Stewart entered the 'lions den' of Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace, the results did not disappoint.

Despite trying to maintain his comedic detachment, Stewart lost his temper during the 15 minute interview as the two TV heavyweights battled over perceived liberal biased in the mainstream media.

The conversation started jovially, with Mr Wallace joking to Stewart: 'After months of evasion, disconnected phone numbers and press agents saying 'who are you again' it appears he has run out of excuses.'

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But the atmosphere quickly turned serious as Mr Stewart, angered by questions over his own 'liberal' bias, snapped.

The audience were shown a transcript of Mr Stewart describing Fox News as a, 'relentless agenda-driven 24 hour news opinion propaganda delivery system.

Mr Wallace the asked the comedian: 'Where do you come up with this stuff.'

Stewart responded: 'Uh, it's actually quite easy.'

After repeated prodding, Wallace then played a clip of Mr Stewart comparing a video of Sarah Palin's recent bus tour to a herpes commercial.

Mr Stewart erupted: 'You're insane... Here's the difference between you and I.

'I'm a comedian first. My comedy is informed by an ideological background, there's no question about that.

But the thing that you will never understand...is that Hollywood, yeah, they're liberal, but that's not their primary motivating force. I'm not an activist. I am a comedian.'

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Rising in temper again, he said: 'You can't understand, because of the world that you live in, that there is not a designed ideological agenda on my part to affect partisan change because that's the soup you swim in.


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Actually, one of the best moments is when Wallace asks the smug Stewart if he's planning on remaking "Amos n' Andy" after he played a clip of Stewart speaking in "black voice" while making stupid jokes about Herman Cain, and Stewart gets angry and defensive, and tries to change the subject.

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1 posted on 06/20/2011 4:40:30 PM PDT by Qbert
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To: Qbert

Comedian= immature little boy.


2 posted on 06/20/2011 4:45:59 PM PDT by Bullish
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To: Qbert

Yes, Stewart you are a comedian first - but it is ALWAYS LEFT WING comedy- hence, the term BIAS


3 posted on 06/20/2011 4:46:51 PM PDT by Mr. K (CAPSLOCK! -Unleash the fury! [Palin/Bachman 2012- unbeatable ticket])
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To: Qbert
...I'm not an activist. I am a comedian.'

Mr. Stewart uses rotten grammar to boot.

4 posted on 06/20/2011 4:48:16 PM PDT by yoe
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To: Qbert

I guess I take the news way too seriously to appreciate Stewarts style of “comedy”.

Even on the rare occasion he goes after a Democrat, I just can’t stomach his schtick.(clips on here are all I’ve ever seen of him)


5 posted on 06/20/2011 4:48:30 PM PDT by digger48
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To: Qbert
"IOKIYAD!!!"
6 posted on 06/20/2011 4:48:39 PM PDT by KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle ("If you're not fiscally AND socially conservative, you're not conservative!" - Jim Robinson, 9-1-10)
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To: Qbert
"I'm a comedian..."

Uhmmm...don't you have to be funny to be a comedian?

7 posted on 06/20/2011 4:49:36 PM PDT by EternalVigilance (Tea Party: 'Give us our country back.' - GOP: 'Give us our power back.' Two very different things..)
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To: Qbert
When you're losing the argument, throw a hissy fit.
8 posted on 06/20/2011 4:50:53 PM PDT by smokingfrog ( sleep with one eye open ( <o> ---)
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To: Qbert

Thing I can’t understand is that Stewart is not funny. Same goes for that Colbert dufus.

I think the quality of stuff in general is down so low, and they are just part of it. I can laugh at plenty of lefty comedians, these guys are just boring.


9 posted on 06/20/2011 4:55:21 PM PDT by Williams (Honey Badger Don't Care)
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To: Qbert

A letter from the IRS is funnier than Jon Stewart. The crop of faux-comedians on TV today (Joy Behar, Jon Stewart, David Letterman, etc) are mean rotten people. If you want to laugh and feel good, watch I Love Lucy.


10 posted on 06/20/2011 4:56:48 PM PDT by forgotten man (forgotten man)
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To: digger48

“I guess I take the news way too seriously to appreciate Stewarts style of “comedy”.

Even on the rare occasion he goes after a Democrat, I just can’t stomach his schtick.(clips on here are all I’ve ever seen of him)”

Yeah, same for me. And on the rare times when he does go after a Democrat it’s only because whatever the person did is so obviously wrong, and everybody else is already talking about it- so he really has no choice. Either that or he criticizes them for “not being aggressive enough” or some lame thing like that.


11 posted on 06/20/2011 4:57:10 PM PDT by Qbert ("The best defense against usurpatory government is an assertive citizenry" - William F. Buckley, Jr.)
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To: forgotten man

>If you want to laugh and feel good, watch I Love Lucy.

I’m a bit more partial to Get Smart.

:)


12 posted on 06/20/2011 5:00:21 PM PDT by OneWingedShark (Q: Why am I here? A: To do Justly, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with my God.)
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To: Qbert

The only “comedian” that found no humor in a US Congressman named Weiner sending pictures of his penis.

Oh yeah, Jon Liebowitz lived with Wiener during his cross dressing years.


13 posted on 06/20/2011 5:01:01 PM PDT by NoLibZone (Impeach Obama for among other things , violating the War Powers Act.)
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To: Qbert

Notice his funny expression, a really belly laugh. He and Colbert are more stupid than funny or political.


14 posted on 06/20/2011 5:02:54 PM PDT by Louis Foxwell (This IS my blog site.)
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To: Williams

The left finds these guys funny. I know a couple of people who think that Colbert and Stewart are comic geniuses.

And these people seem reasonably normal, as long as you keep them off the subject of anything political.

Very strange.


15 posted on 06/20/2011 5:03:42 PM PDT by Cicero (Marcus Tullius)
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To: OneWingedShark
I’m a bit more partial to Get Smart.

I grew up with that. Don Adams was a Marine on Guadalcanal, BTW. Knocked me down when I heard it.

16 posted on 06/20/2011 5:05:44 PM PDT by Riley (The Fourth Estate is the Fifth Column.)
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To: Qbert

Chris Wallace and Jon Stewart. Hmmm. Where was the conservative in this conversation again?


17 posted on 06/20/2011 5:08:10 PM PDT by C. Edmund Wright (American Thinker Columnist / Rush ghost contributor)
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To: Qbert

Thank you for posting this.

I don’t watch television, and have not for years, never had cable, etc. I have heard about Jon Stewart, and seen some of his clips.

I nearly fell out of my chair when Steward said that no, the MSM, in general, CBS, NBC, ABC and specifically New York Times (!) is not liberally driven. Then, he denigrates Chris Wallace and people like him for being politically driven.

In watching this, I had to give credit to Chris Wallace. The blowhard Stewart began to do what liberals ALWAYS do. He began to just talk over him, speaking louder, non-stop interrupting, and at some point said “Do you think I am avoiding you?” and Chris Wallace called him on it and said “No, you are filibustering...”

Spot on.

Like all liberals, particularly Hollywood liberals, Stewart thinks he is the smartest guy in the room.

And the funniest thing (to me) is that he did not even have the gonads to stand up and say “Yeah. I have an ideological agenda.” Couldn’t even admit it to himself.


18 posted on 06/20/2011 5:09:09 PM PDT by rlmorel (Sometimes, the enemy of our enemy is our friend. But not always.)
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To: Cicero
I think BORAT is truly funny. Do your acquaintances? Colbert sucks. Never heard of Stewart.
19 posted on 06/20/2011 5:09:56 PM PDT by Fester Chugabrew (minds change)
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To: forgotten man

“The crop of faux-comedians on TV today (Joy Behar, Jon Stewart, David Letterman, etc) are mean rotten people.”

From what I’ve heard and read, it’s really true of him. There are tons of stories of him flying into a rage attack offstage over this, or that.


20 posted on 06/20/2011 5:10:06 PM PDT by Qbert ("The best defense against usurpatory government is an assertive citizenry" - William F. Buckley, Jr.)
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To: rlmorel
I have seen his show over the years and found the humor and his demeanor to be pretty decent.

Was really surprised to see his maniacal behavior with Wallace, obviously has a mental disorder.

21 posted on 06/20/2011 5:18:29 PM PDT by Rome2000 (OBAMA IS A COMMUNIST CRYPTO-MUSLIM)
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To: OneWingedShark; forgotten man
I stumbled across some episodes of "I Love Lucy" a couple of weeks ago, and ended up watching Lucy Tells the Truth

The next morning, my wife said she heard me giggling like a girl...okay, maybe I was, but I had forgotten how wonderful it was, having not watched that stuff for about forty years. Creative. Well written. Well performed.

The stuff now is all garbage. The sad thing is, people snap it up. It brings to mind "Ideocracy"...

22 posted on 06/20/2011 5:19:43 PM PDT by rlmorel (Sometimes, the enemy of our enemy is our friend. But not always.)
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To: Qbert

I do not have a liberal bias.

If you stupid, ignorant, racist, teabaggers were smarter, you’d realize that.

/sarc(?)


23 posted on 06/20/2011 5:20:43 PM PDT by Tzimisce (Never forget that the American Revolution began when the British tried to disarm the colonists.)
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To: rlmorel

“And the funniest thing (to me) is that he did not even have the gonads to stand up and say “Yeah. I have an ideological agenda.” Couldn’t even admit it to himself.”

His whole shtick- that he’s a “moderate” and that he’s “skewering the media from both sides” is a joke (and not a ha ha one). I mean, it’s not like the leftist drones that watch his show are going to stop watching when he finally admits the truth that he’s a hardcore progressive.


24 posted on 06/20/2011 5:23:03 PM PDT by Qbert ("The best defense against usurpatory government is an assertive citizenry" - William F. Buckley, Jr.)
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To: Qbert
I think Stewart thinks the Democrats are right and sensible and well-intentioned -- therefore, not funny. And simply repeating things which are sensible is not "activist" it's just ... sensible.

Republicans, on the other hand, are crazy, irrational and filled with hate. It's good to laugh at such stupid people. And anyone who treats Republicans are serious people is -- of course -- an "activist" by pretending that Republicans have something of value to contribute.

For Stewart, this is all very clear and simple.

25 posted on 06/20/2011 5:23:27 PM PDT by ClearCase_guy (The USSR spent itself into bankruptcy and collapsed -- and aren't we on the same path now?)
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So Chris Wallace has "a designed ideological agenda ... to affect partisan change."

Somehow I don't think so. Fox News is what he "swims" in, so his approach is different from talking heads on other networks, but he never struck me as much of an activist, somebody who's first priority is change or power. I suspect he's a lot like his father -- but working in a different environment his views are a little different.

Stewart is someone who gets his digs in and his point of view across. That may not be intended as a thought-out political agenda, but he certainly does impose his opinions on the audience in a more aggressive and forceful way than Wallace does.

I suspect it's like that for some comedians. In their own mind they are just doing what they do, just being their obnoxious selves and going for the laugh. To outsiders, though, it may add up to a more political performance than what actual political journalists provide.

26 posted on 06/20/2011 5:23:43 PM PDT by x
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To: C. Edmund Wright

“Chris Wallace and Jon Stewart. Hmmm. Where was the conservative in this conversation again?”

The Conservative was likely the guy who fetched the water for them.


27 posted on 06/20/2011 5:25:47 PM PDT by Qbert ("The best defense against usurpatory government is an assertive citizenry" - William F. Buckley, Jr.)
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To: Qbert

Two things. One: Wallace, conservative? Ha ha ha ha ha ha!

Two, are you thinking what I am thinking? With that sensitive-like-a-sore-tooth anger, I think roomie Weiner is not the only one tweeting his privates all over the country. I bet Liebovitz wants people to “look at me now” too.


28 posted on 06/20/2011 5:26:00 PM PDT by Yaelle
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To: Riley

He got pretty sick with a tropical disease...

I had a post I kept for a while that described the Hollywood types who served...Eddie Albert (Bronze Star with “V” at Tarawa) Don Adams, James Doohan (lost his finger on DDay) David Niven (who left the Army in 1933, but re-entered in WWII and saw combat in Europe)

Not to mention Gable, Stewart and such.

They aren’t all no-loads like Stewart and those like him.


29 posted on 06/20/2011 5:29:01 PM PDT by rlmorel (Sometimes, the enemy of our enemy is our friend. But not always.)
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To: Fester Chugabrew

Well, to tell the truth, I saw Borat with my wife and some of my family. All through the first half of the movie I was laughing my head off, but then it started to get to me. He would go in, lie to decent people who tried very hard to be nice to him, and then make fun of them. After a while, that got old. He would take their hospitality and mock them in return. So, yes, it was funny for a while, but morally bankrupt, to the point where I gradually ceased laughing and started to feel sick.


30 posted on 06/20/2011 5:29:29 PM PDT by Cicero (Marcus Tullius)
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To: Rome2000

I found him to be completely off-putting.

The Arrogance.


31 posted on 06/20/2011 5:30:24 PM PDT by rlmorel (Sometimes, the enemy of our enemy is our friend. But not always.)
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To: Qbert

I could only watch thirty seconds of the damned thing. Jon-Jon is such a prima donna. He thinks his excrement doesn’t have an aroma.


32 posted on 06/20/2011 5:31:20 PM PDT by E. Pluribus Unum (If Sarah Palin really was unelectable, state-run media would be begging the GOP to nominate her.)
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To: Tzimisce

Very true.

I would describe Stewart’s entire response as:

“Yeah I’m a liberal but I don’t deliberately allow my liberalism to further my agenda. LIKE FOX AND CONSERVATIVES DO.”

Really, who’s buying that lie? It’s blatantly obvious even to liberals that’s what they do. His whole Hollywood defense is totally gone after the release of those interviews with Hollywood libs on video saying that’s exactly what their agenda is, and that they are deliberately pushign their agendas through their shows and movies.

Nobody buys his crap.


33 posted on 06/20/2011 5:32:20 PM PDT by Secret Agent Man (I'd like to tell you, but then I'd have to kill you.)
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To: E. Pluribus Unum

And “Stewart” isn’t even his real name. He’s chosen to hide his original name because he’s embarrassed about his Jewish roots.


34 posted on 06/20/2011 5:33:44 PM PDT by Secret Agent Man (I'd like to tell you, but then I'd have to kill you.)
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To: rlmorel

I’ve posted something like that- some time ago. I’m fascinated by the contrast with today’s Hollywood celebrities.


35 posted on 06/20/2011 5:35:36 PM PDT by Riley (The Fourth Estate is the Fifth Column.)
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To: Cicero
Something in there to offend everybody, including me. But the unexpected juxtaposed with the expected lights me up with laughter. To be sure, I am childish when it comes to this stuff. Just passing through by the grace of God in Christ Jesus. Plenty good reason to feel sick at the same time, inasmuch as all righteousness and everything good comes from Above while temporarily stuck with a nature from below. It will all come out in the wash, IYKWIM.
36 posted on 06/20/2011 5:37:25 PM PDT by Fester Chugabrew (minds change)
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To: ClearCase_guy

That makes sense.

And his ego is so massive (like Obozo’s) that in his mind, he has all the right answers, and anybody who disagrees is thus either “stupid” or intelligent, but “evil”.


37 posted on 06/20/2011 5:38:15 PM PDT by Qbert ("The best defense against usurpatory government is an assertive citizenry" - William F. Buckley, Jr.)
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To: Qbert

The problem with trying to prove in a short segment how totally left-propaganda the MSM is, is that there’s so much material. Where do you begin? There’s something new ever day, every single day, on Newsbusters. Every day. For years. And that’s just one site. Every single day.

So where do you begin?


38 posted on 06/20/2011 5:52:20 PM PDT by samtheman
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To: Riley
Yeah. Back before Hollywood was taken over by the liberals. I always found Ronald Reagan's conversion to conservatism an interesting story.

I Sure As Hell Did" by Ronald Reagan
In the 1940s, Duke was one of the few stars with the courage to expose the determined bid by a band of communists to take control of the film industry. Through a series of violent strikes and systematic blacklisting, these people were at times dangerously close to reaching their goal. With theatrical employee’s union leader Brewer, playwright Morrie and others, he formed the Motion Picture Alliance for the Preservation of American Ideals to challenge this insidious campaign. Subsequent Congressional investigations in I947 clearly proved both the communist plot and the importance of what Duke and his friends did.

In that period, during my first term as president of the Actors’ Guild, I was confronted with an attempt by many of these same leftists to assume leadership of the union. At a mass meeting I watched rather helplessly as they filibustered, waiting for our majority to leave so they could gain control. Somewhere in the crowd I heard a call for adjournment, and I seized on this as a means to end the attempted takeover. But the other side demanded I identify the one who moved for adjournment.

I looked over the audience, realizing that there were few willing to be publicly identified as opponents of the far left. Then I saw Duke and said, “Why I believe John Wayne made the motion.” I heard his strong voice reply, “I sure as hell did!” The meeting and the radicals’ campaign was over.

Later, when such personalities as actor Larry Parks came forward to admit their Communist Party backgrounds, there were those who wanted to see them punished. Not Duke. “It takes courage to admit you’re wrong,” he said, and he publicly battled attempts to ostracize those who had come clean.

39 posted on 06/20/2011 5:58:41 PM PDT by rlmorel (Sometimes, the enemy of our enemy is our friend. But not always.)
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To: Riley

I met Don Adams back in 1986- he came to Toronto every year to tape a sitcom for CTV and was a regular customer of the shop I worked at. Decent fellow.


40 posted on 06/20/2011 5:58:49 PM PDT by Squawk 8888 (Tories in- mission accomplished)
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To: Qbert

Why does “Stewart” hide his real name? He self hating??


41 posted on 06/20/2011 6:14:13 PM PDT by TigerClaws
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To: OneWingedShark
I’m a bit more partial to Get Smart.

I loved "Get Smart" when I was a kid. Don Adams wasn't to bad as the voice of "Tennesee Tuxedo" either

42 posted on 06/20/2011 6:28:58 PM PDT by Stepan12 (Palin & Bolton in 2012)
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To: yoe

“Here’s the difference between you and ‘I’.” That’s the one that is like nails on a blackboard to me. I hear it constantly on the radio, television, newscasts. It’s right up there with “irregardless.” I can forgive most errors, but those are the two that literally cause me discomfort.


43 posted on 06/20/2011 6:39:25 PM PDT by Constitutions Grandchild
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To: Secret Agent Man

You’d have to go to Harvard or Yale to understand...


44 posted on 06/20/2011 7:12:41 PM PDT by Tzimisce (Never forget that the American Revolution began when the British tried to disarm the colonists.)
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To: Constitutions Grandchild

“Here’s the difference between you and ‘I’.” That’s the one that is like nails on a blackboard to me.”

It’s like something that an anti-intellectual would say...


45 posted on 06/20/2011 7:28:03 PM PDT by Qbert ("The best defense against usurpatory government is an assertive citizenry" - William F. Buckley, Jr.)
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To: Cicero

I have never, ever liked that form of humor.

It is cruel and evil, in my opinion.

Guileless people, who may only want to be nice to someone, lend a hand in their own way or simply don’t want to be rude find themselves used as an unwitting tool to be laughed at and ridiculed so some jerk can make money at their expense.

That kind of thing really pisses me off. It encompasses many aspects of human behavior that I detest.


46 posted on 06/20/2011 8:19:38 PM PDT by rlmorel (Sometimes, the enemy of our enemy is our friend. But not always.)
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To: Riley

Don Adams was also the voice of Tennessee Tuxedo I believe.


47 posted on 06/21/2011 4:51:11 AM PDT by tal hajus (ever the cynic)
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I think Stewart is a relatively intelligent fellow but like virtually all liberals he’s an Obama lickspittle. I can’t understand this fawning, obsequious, and servile behavior, unless their white liberal guilt trumps everything, even the truth.


48 posted on 06/21/2011 4:56:40 AM PDT by donaldo
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To: Qbert
Actually, one of the best moments is when Wallace asks the smug Stewart if he's planning on remaking "Amos n' Andy" after he played a clip of Stewart speaking in "black voice" while making stupid jokes about Herman Cain, and Stewart gets angry and defensive, and tries to change the subject.

Stewart's defense was that he does all sort of ethnic voice imitations. But we all know that any conservative recorded mocking a black man's way of speaking would cause an uproar and make him lose his job. Libs can get away with it when mocking black conservatives, of course.

49 posted on 06/21/2011 6:35:55 AM PDT by PapaBear3625 ("It is only when we've lost everything, that we are free to do anything" -- Fight Club)
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“Libs can get away with it when mocking black conservatives, of course.”

—Partly because we let them. Basically what we have here is an extremely wealthy white male (who lived a comfortable life growing up) ridiculing a successful black man who built himself up from very little... and we kowtow to this ridicule only because Jon the narcissist says so. Jon would rather a society of blacks living in misery who agree with him, than successful blacks who don’t. It’s all about Jon...

“Stewart’s defense was that he does all sort of ethnic voice imitations. But we all know that any conservative recorded mocking a black man’s way of speaking would cause an uproar and make him lose his job.”

—Yep. I thought the look on his face when he realized he was busted was precious, though.


50 posted on 06/21/2011 9:10:14 AM PDT by Qbert ("The best defense against usurpatory government is an assertive citizenry" - William F. Buckley, Jr.)
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