The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Indecision 2012 - The Great Right Hope
Season 16 • 09/08/2011
The media frames the Republican debate by pitting Rick Perry and Mitt Romney against each other.
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After Jimmy Hoffa Jr. warms up the crowd at a Labor Day rally, the Tea Party and conservatives suddenly develop an allergic reaction to violent rhetoric.
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The 24-hour news media turn a tale of reasonable accommodation into a tale of manufactured conflict.
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MSNBC anchor Jeff Ranieri introduces himself to a weather reporter who has never heard of him.
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Both Republican front-runners, Mitt Romney and Rick Perry, have been governors and could be cast in a middle-aged male kayaker with prostate problems ad.
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Fox News' Gretchen Carlson has a suggestion for slow postal workers with bad attitudes.
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Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses the contentious issue of the World Trade Center's carcinogenic dust and its consequences for 9/11 first responders.
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A hot new trend called bankruptcy has taken America by storm, and it's now as close as the corner mailbox.
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Marion Cotillard considers Will Ferrell her god but doesn't like to touch anyone.
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Republicans have a choice between a guy with a multipoint fact-based plan that he thinks will get the economy going and a guy who will punch cancer in the face.
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CNN viewers can vote by text message to see a story about Japan's energy crisis, a rhino rescue or a Gumby robber.
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The GOP candidates fulfill the fifth pillar of Republicanism: the Hajj to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.
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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mike Mullen discusses his rise through the ranks of the Navy and the importance of remaining apolitical as a military leader.
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Maybe Barack Obama could have done the whole "hit 'em where it hurts" thing before America slid into an unstoppable s**t spiral.
Transformer - Campaign-Based EconomyThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Americans must embrace an America whose greatest resource is campaign-driven drivel.
Moment of Zen - World's Cutest DogThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
If he weren't married, ABC News' Dan Harris would win the ladies over with Boo, the world's cutest dog.
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The Best F#@king News Team Ever remembers the day Americans forgot the lessons of the day they had sworn they would always remember.
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PBS's Jim Lehrer draws on his experience as a moderator of presidential debates and discusses the impact of television on elections.
Indecision 1776 - Ye Cobblestone Road to the White House - Tough Tea Party CrowdThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
Al Madrigal goes on location in Florida to make sense of the Tea Party's reactions at their Republican presidential debate.
Indecision 1776 - Ye Cobblestone Road to the White House - Rick Perry & Crowd ResponseThe Daily Show with Jon StewartS16
At the CNN-Tea Party Amerigasm debate, seven ambitious Republicans give a jealousy-fueled beatdown to one other Republican and the crowd cheers death for the uninsured.
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Jon Huntsman criticizes Mitt Romney's book "No Apology" by asking if Kurt Cobain wrote it.
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