I've been addicted to the Daily Show and the Colbert Report lately, watching it nightly!
Secretly though, I dont think Colbert is a conservative, I think he just likes to make jokes.
Anyway, was having major debates with roommates over which one is BETTER!
What do you think?
Jon Stewart VS. Stephen Colbert
SECRETLY, you don't think Colbert is a conservative????
It's just started here on Australian TV. It's blindingly obvious to me - Colbert is a satirist.
I was just commenting to my husband that it was sad, I bet some Americans think he means what he says, when clearly his views are completely opposite. Looks like I was right.
You are right.
He fooled somebody enough that he was asked to give a speech at the White House Correspondents Dinner, where he proceeded to roast President Bush and his policies to his face. One of the best things I've ever seen.
But I still like Stewart better overall.
Well I guess you can say you are *almost right but I'm not an American.
I didn't think there was anyone left who actually thought Colbert was a conservative
Just realized this is a 2 year old thread which I answered then
Steven Colbert without a doubt. I watch both, but love The Colbert Report.
I'd have to go with John Stewart although I think Colbert is really funny also.
Jon Stewart. He has me in stitches. Personally Colbert's delivery grates on me.
It's hard but I lean towards Jon Stewart too. I like Colbert, but I prefer Stewart.
Tough call, pretty much a toss up. But for me i have to go with Jon Stewart.
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert both are mine favorite anchors, actors and satire comedian.
Jon rules!!! Colbert started out on Jon's show. Of course, Stephen is a Faux conservative. Both of them make my day!
Don't think I can pick, as they're both fantastic in different ways. Colbert is just a superb actor - his elaborate portrait of an O'Reilly-esque conservative blowhard never gets old. I do occasionally swing toward Stewart's bemused sincerity, though. Love when he cracks up and you can tell it's genuine. So yeah, I'm gonna have to straddle the fence.
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