Jon Stewart complaints about the divisiveness of Sarah Palin. While saying nasty things about her and saying the ‘fudge you’ thing. Which isn’t divisive, dontcha know?
Fudge you ,sez little Jonny Stewart. Only he used a different word.
Seriously, the continued hate on Palin, the continued hate on small-town America–fuzzle them. Fuzzle them in right in the shuzzle.
Jon Stewart rants on. He says something about how anybody who doesn’t agree with a big city guy like him is a hayseed, redneck hick.
I can’t take it anymore…After eight years of this divisiveness, we’re back to this idea that only small-town America is the real America.
Where do you start with comments like that? First of all, telling Sarah Palin: “F*** you!” in a public performance isn’t divisive? What kind of moron on you, Stewart? The Ivy-League, Double-Dipped in Doctorates kind?
And then, you know what? Small-town America is the real America. Big cities are, too, sure. But it wasn’t some small-town gun-toting redneck that put this together, if you recall:
Valuing and esteeming the ethos and the culture of small-town America isn’t bad. Which, lets be honest, is what Jon Stewart really has his panties in a wad about.
Small-town America rocks. It isn’t anything to be ashamed of. And you’ll see more flags on main street in most small towns than you did in big cities with thirty- or forty-times the population.
Did I forget this map? I apologize for the profanity that appears in the graphic, but I think it’s worth showing how Big City Urban Blue State America looks with such “non-divisiveness” at Red State, Rural and Small Town America.
But that’s all just good fun. You know what really offends liberals like Jon Stewart, who are complaining about small-town America laying a claim to being the backbone of our country? To being hard-working, country-loving, and patriotic? This is what scares libs like Jon Stewart: