Skip to comments.Jon Stewart's Oscar monologue
Posted on 02/24/2008 7:26:55 PM PST by ari-freedom
... Oscar is 80 this year, which makes him now automatically the frontrunner for the Republican nomination. You have to admit, this is a huge election. An historic election. So much excitement. For the first time in so many years we dont have an incumbent president or an incumbent vice-president. The field is wide open. Have you all had a chance to examine all the candidates, study their positions and pick the Democrat youll vote for? Democrats do have an historic race going. Hillary Clinton vs Barack Obama. Normally, when you see a black man or a woman president an asteroid is about to hit the Statue of Liberty. How will we know its the future? Silver unitards, that cant be all? You have to give Barack Obama credit, hes overcome a great deal. Not just hes an African-American. Barack Hussein Obama is his name. His middle name is the last name of Iraqs former tyrant. His last name rhymes with Osama. Thats not easy to overcome. I think we all remember the ill fated 1944 presidential campaign of Gaydolf Titler. Its just a shame, Titler had so many good ideas. We just couldnt get past the name. And the moustache. But, are you ready to have a wonderful show ladies and gentlemen and welcome back to this town? Im delighted that youre here. Were going to have a great night.
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That’s actually pretty funny. I don’t mind comedy by liberals, as long as it’s funny, which it often isn’t.
Proud to say I did not watch one nano-second of this.
Can't stand Stewart, but that was funny.
I don’t think the show got good ratings.
When was it on? Last week? /s
I love good movies, but I loath the Hollywood crowd. I never contribute to their ratings if I can help it...;)
I never laughed so hard with his coverage on Zell Miller challenging Crissy Matthews to a duel.
but liberals do and this is right before a major primary.
Too bad he isn’t funny.....
Saw “There Will be Blood” the other night. Loved it. Incredible acting by Daniel Day Louis. Just incredible.
But yet you spent more than a nano-second on replying to this thread!
There’s time you will never get back. What a pity!
I stopped watching award shows back in the 80’s when Richard Lewis started ragging on President Reagan during an Emmy show.
The libs always want to turn these shows into a political platform.
Haven’t watched any since.
Better for it too, I think.
I never watch the Oscars because it’s just one big liberal circlejerk. UGH.
Stewart’s comment about “which Democrat you’re going to vote for” was funny, though. He unintentionally exposed how narrow-minded the Oscar folk really are.
Normally, when you see a black man or a woman president an asteroid is about to hit the Statue of Liberty.
He didn't leave the usual teeth marks on the scenery?
I stopped watching the Oscars 1n 1998 when Shakespeare in Love won best picture ahead of Saving Private Ryan.
That was it for me. Have never watched it since.
I’m with ya. Stewart can be quite funny at times - his fake “America” textbook was a riot, especially the Political Campaign staff. I lost it when he went on the tangent about pollsters requiring Sodium Bicarbonate. YOU MUST HAVE SODIUM BICARBONATE!
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