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In Which I Offer My Unqualified Agreement with The New Republic



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It is rare that The New Republic publishes a thought with which I agree 100 percent and enthusiastically. Here is one:

The Moral Authority of Jon Stewart Is a Baffling Phenomenon

No kidding and amen. Sanctimonious, smug, intellectually vain: Jon Stewart represents much of what is distasteful about American liberalism. (Beyond, you know, Democrats’ policy preferences.) (And he’s not nearly as funny as Colbert.) As such, Jon Stewart’s show was the perfect venue for President Obama just before an election, since the president’s intellectual pretenses and his obvious vanity are the least attractive things about him (other than, you know, his policy preferences).



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