Oh, Jon Stewart did it again: Mitt Romney & the 47%. {Video}

Via on Sep 19, 2012

Leave it to the Daily Show to wrap up everything in a funny, incisive, insightful, fair-minded and yet cutting bow.

That Mitt Romney: with the charisma of a LeBaron:

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7 Responses to “Oh, Jon Stewart did it again: Mitt Romney & the 47%. {Video}”

  1. Mariucc says:

    Love Love Love – can't stop laughing!

  2. snowyogi says:

    he's brilliant

  3. karlsaliter says:

    JS rocks it.

  4. The daily show with Jon Stewart is awesome!

  5. My favourite daily show : )

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