March 11, 2009
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Stewart-Colbert in 2012.
And now Cramer on Stewart on Cramer. Watch Cramer's smile disappear.
Cramer is a moron and I love watching him make an ass of himself.
Should be interesting.
I really can't understand why Jon Stweart's show is only half and our long. I mean, he really only gets to do his thing for the first five minutes and then the brilliant interviews. Forget all that filler with the constantly rotating cast of un-funny commentators, give Stewart an hour to tear all the blow-tards a new one.
It should be national policy for the president and any elected official to watch Jon Stewart and rather than get offended, use his commentary and criticism as a guidepost to righteousness.
When Stewart (and the behind-the-scenes-writers and video editors) can draw such damming parrallels between W and President Obama, you know something is wrong... Manchurian candidate anyone?
Back to Cramer though, I really can't wait. I just love seeing him make that sour puss face when Jon Stewart calls him out on Bear Stearns. I think I played the video a dozen times.
BTW, watch it all on Hulu. Much better quality and you can get the full shows or the clips.
I think liberal media sources are a bit on the defensive when it comes to CNBC and their bashing of Obama. IMHO
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