Thursday night's "Daily Show" featured Jon Stewart doing what he does best: calling out hypocrisy in the media. After a segment on the intensified battle between Gov. Scott Walker and Wisconsin unions, Stewart took a look at how Fox News was reporting on the story, specifically compared to how they covered similar threats to the Bush tax cuts and bailed-out bank CEOs' salaries.
Stewart took it even further by showing another level of hypocrisy. Clips showed the same people on the network who agreed with the government limiting teachers' benefits also said that limiting the salaries of government bailed-out CEOs would be detrimental to the industry and "isn't a good way of attracting talent in the future."
The video is pretty funny!
Answer by soyousay at 4:58 PM on Mar. 4, 2011
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Answer by lovinangels at 11:35 AM on Mar. 4, 2011
Jon Stewart is a comedian. Also you can bet his clips were cherry picked you dopes
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Ronald Regan was an actor...does that mean he was just playing a role?
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