<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Stewart replied, "You're as big a dick on your show as you are on any show."<br>Wow such witty retort. He showed him.<p><hr></blockquote><p><br>If the condom fits . . . .<br><br>
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[censored]!"<br><br>Maybe he was a bit more pleadingly feeble than that, but his point is still well taken. Hey Michael... left, right... it doesn't matter. Jon is making sense here and it would behoove everyone to see it.<br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey<br>
I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore <---- bumper sticker on my car 15 years ago.<br><br>When people show me they are zealots left or right I stop listening to them. Jon should start by setting an example. Lose the left wing agenda on The Daily Show.<br><br>
he makes fun of everyone, but like one of his writers said on another talk show recently, (paraphrasing) "when you're eating in a restaurant and don't like the food, you complain about the chef, not the guy applying to be a new chef." dubya's the chef and he's going to get the most attention.<br><br><br>--<br>one of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors. -Plato
Exactly...<br><br>There is only so far to go with candidates for office and minority parties. Like it or not, the incumbent party is going to get trashed on any comedy show.<br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey<br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>we are lacking real reporting that tries to get to the reality of a given situation (e.g., the polls show kerry won debate #2, yet chris matthews panel was giving dubya a home-run -- it did cause matthews to take notice and he was much more cautious after debate 3, but . . .).<p><hr></blockquote><p>Wow, sean, and that's a perfect argument talking about nothing. Who won the debate is nothing of substance either. Who said what during the debate would be more important. And neither politician dips their feet very deep in anything of substance during the debates.<br><br>I remember the Dukkakis/Bush debates and how people said H.W. "won" the final debate because, for all intensive purposes, he learned how present himself manly and strong in his stage presence. But he said nothing of substance during those debates and made all kinds of promises that anyone with half a brain should know he could not make ("read my lips, no new taxes!"). I'm not saying that it would have been impossible that taxes couldn't have been raised, but a candidate CANNOT control the world... sometimes circumstances might warrant a tax raise. Back to my point, meek and meager little greek guy was a pantywaist in the eyes of the analysts that came on right after, but if they had looked at the words each of the politicians said and not HOW they said it, they would have seen that Dukkakis answered the debate questions (even when the answer was "ugly") and Bush never did. My favorite moment of that particular debate was when Bush had said "thousand points of light" for the umpteenth time and Dukakkis replied, "Look, I'm talking about 250 million points of light!" It was a perfect call to get off the rhetoric and talk about what was being asked in the debate... but most people (and all the talking heads) didn't see it that way.<br><br>I maintain, who "won" the debate is irrelevant. What was said?<br><br>
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