Saturday, June 16, 2007

Snitch of the Week: 6/10 - 6/16 (Jon Stewart)

(The Edward R. Murrow of this fake news isht.)

Sometimes I feel like Jon Stewart's job is too easy. Lord knows government's natural state is corrupt and that he'd have material regardless of who was in power, but the intellectually dishonesty and pathological lying of the Bush administration is making his gig a little too easy.

Peep Jon Stewart earning his Snitch of the Week stripes by outing Bush's Press Secretary Tony Snow's latest lie. The dude is a press secretary and he can't even spin his own bullshit. Rather than even making an attempt to explain his previous bullshit statement he just flat out denied saying it.

I don't even think anyone called him out on it. Go media go!

I know the Bush people aren't big into science, evolution and the like but they do understand how video cameras work right? I mean goddamn.

For keeping 'em honest where he can, Jon Stewart is the Snitch of the Week.


  1. I feel sorry for the next person who's elected President. Make that the next couple of people who will be elected President down the line. They'll be busy trying to clean up the horrible mess this country has become. The damage Bush and company have done is going to take decades to fix.

  2. Jon Stewart is good...but honestly, he is very hypocritical when it comes to Israel/Palestine. He never calls Israel out for being the racist/apartheid state that it is.

  3. Check this shit out!!!

  4. Tony can blame his chemo for memory loss...

  5. Stewart is a better newscaster than the so-called network anchors.

    He calls out Israel and anyone else who bullshits.

    He compared the Israel prime minister to Bush.

  6. I am aCuban American and I love this show.
    This election are out of proportion, I was written up at work because I e-mail a video that was send to me exposing how Obama is a man with Communist ideas. My boss was up set and he wrote me up.
    Where is democracy, my freedom of speech.
    I can only say one thing, VIVA JOHN MCCAIN.
    A. Gonzalez