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Stewart PWNS O’Reilly On His Own Show!
Written by Xenu   
Tuesday, 17 May 2011 16:05

Jon Stewart invaded the O’Reilly Factor last night and schooled, no… PWND, Billo. The topic du jour was whether or not Obama should have invited the rapper Common to White House Poetry Night.

Stewart points out that Bono, Springsteen and Dylan are also guilty of the “crime” Fox News has accused Common of committing. Stewart continues, "Why are you drawing the line at Common? There is a selective outrage machine here at Fox that pettifogs only when it suits the narrative that suits them.”

The answer to Stewart’s question comes easily to those with active thinking parts. The other performers don’t fit Fox’s narrative. They’re not potentially angry, dangerous black men. They don’t trigger the fear response in Fox viewers that translates to ratings and political influence.

 

‘Nuff said, this is brilliant… a must see.

Part One

 

Part Two

 

 


 


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0 #6 Maria 2011-05-18 06:27
O'Reilly always has a slippery-slope argument.
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0 #5 Scott 2011-05-18 03:58
Quoting Vinnie:
Good job Stewart, but crap he thinks instating a ban would help anyone.
And not just any ban, an ignorance-based ban on firearms.

And to think I watched his show every night for ten years...


I think he was just using that as an example of something that might actually have an impact on police, and was speaking off the cuff. But you really think that you wasted ten years because you differ with him on one issue? Isn't that kind of a narrow view? Is your life decided by that one single issue?
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-4 #4 Vinnie 2011-05-17 22:38
Good job Stewart, but crap he thinks instating a ban would help anyone.
And not just any ban, an ignorance-based ban on firearms.

And to think I watched his show every night for ten years...
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+7 #3 Tony 2011-05-17 19:19
Wow! I guess we've already forgotten about the time when Easy-E (gangster rapper from the early 90's who rapped about killing cops, among other things) had dinner at the White House with the first Bush. No one's going to bring that up? Anybody?...mmmokay...
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+6 #2 SL 2011-05-17 17:51
How did he not own him? He got in a fully justified BOOO-YA!
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+10 #1 Rob 2011-05-17 17:11
For the first half I thought Stewart did not own Bill but had a discussion with him, then Bill starts raising his voice and interrupting at which point Stewart remains calm and keeps the the dialogue civil with some humor and some light jabs at foxes narrative... The cool and discipline of Stewart is awe inspiring! I doubt I could do the same which is a shame because this is exactly what liberals need to be to cut through the talking points and narrative that fox news and their kin spin together.
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