Watch Jon Stewart's Own Supercut of His Many Daily Show Impressions (VIDEO)

Good god, is there anything less productive than watching a war unfold between Jon Stewart and the staff of Fox News? It’s like watching Oscar Wilde go tete-a-tete with a field of mean-spirited cows: “Patriotism is the virtue of the vicious.” “Mooooooooo.” Nevertheless, the less-than-congenial back-and-forthing that’s followed Stewart’s visit several weeks ago to Chris Wallace’s Fox talk show—during which he called the host “insane” and named Wallace's viewers cable’s “most misinformed” audience—has produced a series of highly entertaining Daily Show segments.

In the most recent example, Stewart responds to Fox’s latest claim, hammered ad nauseam across every show on the network: That he’s a racist. (And a “liberal”—a word Fox's many personalities love to spit out as if it were synonymous with “child-molesting party clown.”) Fox's apparent proof? Stewart's impression of Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain, whom Stewart imitated recently, perhaps a little too well. Stewart responded with a supercut of every impression in his vast arsenal of ridiculously over-the-top and stereotyped voices. The point is clear: No one is safe from his cartoonish satire. More importantly, however, it’s just plain funny.

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that was the best! so funny! LET'S GO SHOOOOOOOOOOPIIIING!
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Fox News vs. Jon Stewart is just comedians vs. comedians - or to be precise: unintended comedians vs. intended comedians.
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@hockeyrick, Totally agree, i couldn't have said it better myself! At the same time, I want to say that Jon Stewart clearly rocks. Fox News is not at all unbiased politically as a news program should be.
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Oh Jon Stewart *sighs dreamily*
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i love this guy
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The funny thing is, I don't remember Fox News calling Mr. Stewart a racist when he was mocking Rep. Rangel (D), only when he was mocking Mr. Cain (R).
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People take things way to serious. Here abroad, most find American politics just plain absurd and wonder why we think we have such a great system, when in fact it is ripe with corruption and scandal. yet we boo hoo the rest of the world. We need to seriously clean up our own backyard first!
And get a sense of humor for Christmas!!!
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wow are people having thier own war on here the point of this article is that when news people attack for what he says .people need to remember jon stewart is not supposed to be taken seroisly hes on COMEDY central people hes not supposed to accurate just funny
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I don't get this story. Talk about misinformation. Stewart was recently on Fox's biggest program- The O'Reilly Factor- and not a bad word was said about him. I have also never heard Sean Hannity say a single bad word about him. So, sure, maybe Chris Wallace has a problem with him, but Wallace hadly represents all of Fox News.
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@rsol55 Actually, the link you provided states that the viewers of those specific FOXNEWS shows "occasionally outpaced" Stewart and that the majority of FOXNEWS viewers were the lowest. But don't let your evidence get in the way of your biased opinion.
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If your claim that Fox viewers are better informed than those of the liberal outlets, based on your findings that Hannity viewers beat Daily Show viewers, let me remind you that first and foremost, the Daily Show is a COMEDY show. It's main purpose is to entertain. You're comparin' a 3-hour news program to a half-hour bit on Comedy Central.
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Your comparison would only be accurate if Jon Stewart were the mean spirited cows. Fox viewers are better informed than those of the liberal outlets, and in particular Hannity viewers beat Daily Show viewers - http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2011/jun/20/jon-stewart/jon-stewart-says-those-who-watch-fox-news-are-most/ . Furthermore, Chris Wallace only understated the extent of the "mainstream" media's biases - http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/politics/168823-why-chris-wallace-was-right-and-jon-stewart-was-wrong .
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lmaoooooooooooooooooo
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