The Daily Show's Jon Stewart has finally figured out how the right decides which policies don't have to be paid for, should last forever and are "good for America" and you guessed it... they don't include any that help the poor.
January 9, 2014

The Daily Show's Jon Stewart did what he does best this Thursday evening, and made a complete mockery of the talking heads over at Fox "news" and their cohorts in the Republican party, who really, really, hate poor people and don't mind showing their disdain right out in the open for everyone to behold.

The Republicans have been trying to make a big show of late that they really do care about those in poverty or the unemployed, but Stewart's got their number.

STEWART: Alright, so when it comes to Wall Street, you can't judge everyone by a few bad apples, I mean, who hasn't had a couple of bad actors and apples, right? But when it comes to the unemployed and you find a few bad apples, napalm that f**king orchard.

I think I'm beginning to get it.

If it's a policy that benefits the rich, then it doesn't have to be paid for, should last forever and is good for America. But if it benefits the poor, we can't afford it, we should end it as soon as possible and it will destroy our nation from within.

Because, when you give money to people who don't have it, it corrupts them, but people who are already rich, have a money immunity built up already. Hand outs don't hurt them!

Money is the root of all evil for anyone who doesn't have any, just like smallpox is to the native American community.

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