Monday, September 10, 2012

Jon Stewart tears apart RNC with comparison to Clinton’s math-filled speech

By Eric W. Dolan
Friday, September 7, 2012 0:10 EDT 
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On his show Thursday night, Jon Stewart of The Daily Show praised former President Bill Clinton for delivering a speech to the Democratic National Convention that contained math. After lampooning Clinton’s long speech, which had “more false endings than a James Brown concert,” Stewart quipped that Clinton said more about the Republican’s plan than Republicans said during their whole convention. To prove his point, The Daily Show host showed side-by-side clips of Clinton presenting hard facts, contrasted with clips of Mitt Romney and Rep. Paul Ryan making vague promises.

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