Merry Christmas! - Jon Stewart audience strikes back!
Yea but Jon's owes everything he has to Fox News. The other guy to - what is his name? Little O'rielly. I mean that guy testified before the Progressives in Congress in his character - which of course is imaginary. I believe it is also true more pagan Progressives get their hard news coverage from Jon and Mr. little altered O than MSNBC, CNN or National Peoples Radio combined?
So those shows pretty much serve like the land of the misfit toys for lost audiences this time of year. What a shame Jon declares war on all religion embracing individual uniqueness with worth and rights Gifted by the Creator and then leaves his audience all alone in the cold for the longest coldest night of the pagan winter solstice observances.
But instead he leaves you all out in public calling names, hurling insults, challenging to fist fights and just general nastiness. Hum, maybe that is why he runs off?
Why are you watching him? Just to shoot your mouth off about someone else you don;t care for. You really have no existence except to criticise others on what they do. This is what makes all people different. Thank goodness you are the only sour #$%$ i know. I can get rid of you at any time for you are a cyber clown.
Poor Jon makes a very excessive income by making childish claims in the form of academic or Greek comedic theater and then runs for the nihilism of low pop comedy, as shelter from reasoned response.
Nor is poor Jon a philosophic cynic for his routine serves no purpose. All mature Americans understand social nihilists can reject their duties which come with an American’s gift of Liberty and turn it into pure self absorbed freedom. But of course he pretends; probably just does not know or care or care to know, our Founders and Framers disqualified Jon and his hordes of misfit hostile nihilists from their title American Patriot. Sad fact is a there is nothing new in Jon’s set behavior routine so our Founders and Framers knew his like would be running around lose the future. As human nature is constant every age has its hordes of primitives trying to use amusement to fill the void of a life without purpose. Sad but we have no power or right to make the primitives purposeful or happy.
Now as you see I generally follow the cynicism philosophic tradition embraced by the early church. The objective is to point out social injustice and spark rational discussion of solutions. But as nihilists embrace Progressive politics as their religion, they really do believe they have every right to make personal assaults to protect their self absorbed emotional condition. You see it here with the absolute evil of corn ethanol mandates which continue despite a three generation drought and the primitives gathering together to launch personal attacks to avoid reasoning to a solution.
Now in the academic tradition of comedy or cynicism am I required to entertain the primitives and amuse them? It would be better if I could but not to the cost of any social purpose like poor Jon. Although I will admit to feeling like doing some penance for enjoying the primitive emotional tantrums of the progressive collective religion based on emotions.
But still it is not nice of Jon to get all the primitives worked up into an emotional tantrum at Christmas time when we want to dwell in and upon peace of earth with good will towards all people. I cannot prove it but would not be surprised if Jon is off on a extravagant tropical vacation waving around flashlights in the mirror.
Comedy (from the Greek: κωμῳδία, kōmōidía), in the contemporary meaning of the term, is any discourse or work generally intended to be humorous or to amuse by inducing laughter, especially in theatre, television, film and stand-up comedy. This sense of the term must be carefully distinguished from its academic one, namely the comic theatre, whose Western origins are found in Ancient Greece. In the Athenian democracy, the public opinion of voters was influenced by the political satire performed by the comic poets at the theaters
Cynicism (Greek: κυνισμός), in its original form, refers to the beliefs of an ancient school of Greek philosophers known as the Cynics (Greek: Κυνικοί, Latin: Cynici). Their philosophy was that the purpose of life was to live a life of Virtue in agreement with Nature. This meant rejecting all conventional desires for wealth, power, sex, and fame, and by living a simple life free from all possessions. As reasoning creatures, people could gain happiness by rigorous training and by living in a way which was natural for humans. They believed that the world belonged equally to everyone, and that suffering was caused by false judgments of what was valuable and by the worthless customs and conventions which surrounded society. Many of these thoughts were later absorbed into Stoicism.