Jon Stewart had a field day with what was potentially the last Republican debate of the primary season on everything from the way CNN introduced them, "resolute" Mitt Romney, Paul calling Santorum a "fake", booing Santorum describing having to
February 24, 2012

Jon Stewart had a field day with what was potentially the last Republican debate of the primary season on everything from the way CNN introduced them, "resolute" Mitt Romney, Paul calling Santorum a "fake", booing Santorum describing having to compromise to get legislation passed, to Gingrich's ridiculous flame throwing on "infanticide."

If there's one thing you can say about this Republican primary race as it continues to drag on, it's that they're going to make sure Stewart is not going to run out of new material any time soon.

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