Bravo Mr. Stewart

Jon Stewart had Mike Huckabee on the Daily Show last night and tore his bigotry apart…

“I’ll tell you this: Religion is far more of a choice than
homosexuality. And the protections that we have for religion? We
protect religion — and talk about a lifestyle choice — that is
absolutely a choice. Gay people don’t choose to be gay. At what age did
you choose not to be gay?”

And more…

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7 thoughts on “Bravo Mr. Stewart

  1. Huck’s gotten FAAAAAT since the primaries. guess he’s one of the 60% of failed gastric bypass surgeries.

  2. Huck had the gastric bypass? Didn’t know that. Anyway, I love that Jon asked him when he chose to not be gay. Huck just ignored that one because THERE IS NO ANSWER and the fundies can’t handle that at all.

  3. I think it’s telling that Jon Stewart asks the questions the “real” media won’t, and yet these guys still scramble to come on his show. Don’t they realize that those of us who get much of our news from Jon and Stephen actually have functional brains? When are they going to figure out that the whole “oh, we’re just a comedy show” is just a trick? Fools – there’s more truth being told in these two shows than anywhere else in the US, and I hope the Huckabees of the world never figure that out.

  4. Sue,
    Before these jacka**s figure it out!
    And they wonder why the young are going so strongly against knuckleheads like the Huckster.

  5. It’s just sad that there are more thoughtful interviews about actual issues on these 2 comedy shows than anywhere else in our so-called news media.
    Stewart, with very sincere and probing questions — no ‘gotcha!’ material at all — exposed the emptiness and inanity at the core of Huckabee’s ‘philosophy’ — he was inconsistent, incoherent and couldn’t even explain the themes of his own book.
    It was a beautiful thing to watch.

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