Thursday, March 04, 2010

Couldn't happen to a nicer guy ...

Yea - that race-baiting SOB .... again.

I give a gift to my readers - the sweet gift of schadenfreude.

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13 comments:

DeltaBravo said...

It's odd to find myself rooting for Team Stewart.

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MR T's Haircut said...

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SJBill said...

Is Stewart becoming one of us?
Sanchez = Twitzville, CT.

ActusRhesus said...

honestly, I've started to hop on the stewart train ever since his mass backwards bit.

I hated him before but now...

dc said...

I call Madman on the 9 meter chart.

LT B said...

That guy is an idiot.  CNN you got a winner there. 

C-dore 14 said...

I'll admit that I watch CNN but Rick Sanchez is the reason that I now watch the local news while loosening up to go running.

Mary Alpha said...

ANOTHER reason to watch Fox!

Kristen said...

CNN?  C-dore, I'm shocked!

:)

QMC(SW)(ret) said...

Put him on Celebrity Jeopardy. Maybe he can give Wolf Blitzer a run for his money.

Casey Tompkins said...

Nope. He's just enjoying a target-rich environment. Right now the Democrats hold an overwhelming majority, but still can't get much done. Their beclownery is irresistable to Stewart.

My own favorite is when he pretends to lose it after Brown won Kennedy's seat; one of his observations was that the current Senate majority is 12 seats more than the Republicans ever had, "when Bush did whatever the [bleep] he wanted to." He's probably one of the very few media faces who not only recognized that, but mentioned it. On air. Heh.

So I would say he's gone from liberal partisan to liberal comic with bipartisan material. :)

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