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If you didn't seen Jon Stewart rip Congress yesterday, you missed how political outrage really should work. First of all, thank you, Jon Stewart, for your dedication for something so seemingly beneath celebrity status. A common argument for common people? BS! A cry of help for super people!
And he is SPOT ON!


And he won! Today, Congress approved the spending needed.

 

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saw it online and then they showed it on the local news. GOOD FOR HIM! congress needs a chewing out on many other things, but this was a long time coming. kudos to John Stewart for getting things done for those that needed it.
 

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I actually just caught wind of this and was gonna post it, but @bama alum beat me too it :)

And I'm a big Jon Stewart fan, now I'm an even bigger fan.

Bravo Jon Stewart!
 

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He single-handedly ended CNN's Crossfire show. Those guys were so unprepared for Jon Stewart, they clearly underestimated him.

He's an extremely effective communicator, as displayed in the video above.

He's been at this for years, who knows why and he's using his notoriety/communication skills to make things better for a group of people who appear to have been thoroughly wronged.

Kudo's Jon, the world needs more selfless people like you with a killer sense of humor.

////soapbox//// I loathe career politician's.
 

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Good for JS telling it like it is. But don't congress still have to vote on the legislation? Still no telling how they will vote.
 

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Yup, it was unanimously passed by the House Judiciary Committee, but still needs to make it through the House and Senate. Still an uphill battle.
 

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