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Some are waking up to the charade that is Barack Hussein Obama

Count Jon Stewart amongst them:

An effective presentation highlighting Obama's hypocrisy and duplicity, targeting the younger set who went with Obama in droves in 2008. 

Let's hope they do indeed wake up and are not so easily deceived in 2012.


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Comments (8)

Lyndon Johnson said, "If I'... (Below threshold)
Andrew X:

Lyndon Johnson said, "If I've lost Walter Cronkite, I've lost America".

If BO loses Jon Stewart......

I think lefties like Stewar... (Below threshold)
retired military:

I think lefties like Stewart realize just how much trouble Obama is in reelection wise. They want another candidate (read Hillary) to step forward and get the nomination. If noone steps forward and Obama is the nominee (which he will very likel be) in the general election they will fall back in line quick enough.

Yes, the lefties will fall ... (Below threshold)
Grace:

Yes, the lefties will fall back in line, but the Stewart Show is popular with not just hard core democrats, but also with independents and republicans. This kind of gentle ribbing is bound to make a difference. This clip is gentle but they could get meaner.

It is getting more and more common to watch the comics ridicule Obama - that is truly new since the last election cycle and good news for those who wish to defeat him in 2012.

Election is in Nov 2012. S... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

Election is in Nov 2012. Says a lot that Barry has to start campaigning NOW.

But hasn't obama always bee... (Below threshold)
Olsoljer:

But hasn't obama always been a joke??

Too little too late, Jon. ... (Below threshold)

Too little too late, Jon. You are one of the idiots who put him in the White House and now you have to happily swallow the crap he's shoveling.

It is too bad someone like ... (Below threshold)
Steve Crickmore:

It is too bad someone like Stewart can´t run in politics. Obama, advocating in opposition for open, honest government has been a dead loss as a practioner but Hillary would even be worse and has. They all sell-out or as IF. Stone, the muckracking journalist said, "all politicians lie", that was his working assumption, and it served him well. When was the last time, anyone publicly resigned in American politics on policy differences?

START campaigning now? Whe... (Below threshold)
Ryan M.:

START campaigning now? When did Obama STOP campaigning?




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