The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Indecision 2004 - Thumbs Up To You Too
Season 8 • 06/08/2004
The Kipper would have wanted President George W. Bush to keep airing Kerry attack ads.
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President George W. Bush tries to look interested while listening to Pope John Paul II.
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Donna Brazile felt that busing and school integration was a bad idea, because she couldn't run home if she got sick.
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The Enron executives are greedy mother arbitragers.
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The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries will bolster their output of crude oil to 2 million barrels a day, enough to power a Hummer from St. Louis to Springfield.
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The Pope is usually a dick when he meets someone, but was cordial to George W. Bush.
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Bill Parcells does not mean to disrespect the "orientals."
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New Iraqi Prime Minister Iyad Allawi will find that there's no better way to get acquainted with a country than by running it.
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David Brooks states that only a country as idealistic as the United States would try to bring democracy to Iraq -- and only a country as naive as us would do it so badly.
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Newt Gingrich believes that Ronald Reagan would approve of President George W. Bush's actions in Iraq.
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All the Kucinich organization needs to do to win the New Jersey primary is to convince fellow Democrats to change their numerical system.
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While President George W. Bush gives a eulogy for Ronald Reagan, John Kerry is going to catch up on some office work.
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Joe Biden angrily lectures John Ashcroft about the importance of following torture treaties.
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The G8 summit is held on an isolated island off the coast of Georgia, so it won't be plagued by protests.
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Morgan Spurlock describes his chest pains and heart palpitations from eating McDonald's everyday.
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Stephen Colbert explains that they're considering holding next year's G8 summit somewhere safer and more remote, like the Fortress of Solitude.
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John Ashcroft doesn't think torture is productive or justified -- confidential memos written by his department, notwithstanding.
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Lewis Black performed on Broadway this year and he still doesn't give a sh*t about the Tony Awards.
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Unfortunately, when Jon sees the leaders of the world's most powerful countries all he can hear is "It's Raining Men."
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Who can forget President McKinley's brigade of black faced minstrels singing "We sho' is sad da President was shot"?
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Jon is curious to know why Garfield, which was popular during the eighties, is being made into a movie now.
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