Here you goNo link? No explanation?
Some of us live under a rock called children/family/college/exhaustion and haven't seen the sun in a while.
Even though he is a moderate liberal, he is still a liberal and has said many times that he want to increase taxes and have more government interference. He seem to like the scandinavian countries. So of course he is going to be biased. He is still a good person to represent moderates, because he is not extreme like the ones at MSNBC, he understands that people think differently, and he will keep some of his opinions to himself.I just want to know where was Stewart and Colbert when president Bush was being compared to Hitler, being called an American terrorist and many other virtriolic phrases. I don't remember Stewart taking to task all the anti war douche bags who had not the slightest grasp of the US political system and were somehow under the impression the country was an monarchy/oligarchy.
Honestly, you're going to very confused come Wednesday morning next week if this is your grasp of the political landscape.Humbug I say!
I don't think Stewart or Colbert are all that funny, but at least they are stealing the Tea Party's thunder. And I guess that's the point, it's a response to the vitriol and racism of the Tea Party by normal people who are just plain fed up with it.
Honestly, the Republicans had a great shot at victory in November, but they blew it big time with the whole Tea Party thing.