I loved it, too bad he couldn't get them all. I'm mad as hell when I look at my 401K and a house that I can't give away. In the last ten years my salary has barely risen 10%.
I had to pay 2008 taxes on a house that isn't worth it's assessed value while AIG and other big time rats get my tax dollar, no questions asked.
The fact they had the nerve to give themselves bonuses for screwing the country makes me furious.
That's my complaint, too. Bought a house I could afford but can't pay the damn taxes to keep it. And it's paid for! Won't be able to live off my IRA, neither will my mom. She was sitting pretty, now she's lucky if she's not eligible for assistance.
The best comedy comes out of this sorta rage/disgust/disbelief that the Daily Show and the Colbert Report regularly channel. Righteous indignation? I don't know what to call it necessarily but its some of the best running social commentary you can get.
oh, I get it, a Variety show,Stewart is jealous of Cramer's bells and whistles. Hey, somebody high up in government says something's bad about the economy and stocks drop. That's ok Stewart mommy still loves you. And Boots won't throw feces on you.
We don't see Tucker Carlson today do we? No one does it better than Jon Stewart.
It takes a comedian to keep them honest? That's not funny, that's just plain sad!
John Stewart opened the door to accountability and shame for distorting instead of reporting. I hope others follow and get back to news we can trust. Trust is earned. Today's cable news shows have not earned trust, but that could change if they tried to be honest. Honesty is the 'change' we need.