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Watch: Jon Stewart Mocks Sarah Palin's Victim Complex


Jon Stewart dismantles Sarah Palin's Sean Hannity therapy session, piece by piece.


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  1. OMG that was hilarious. Especially the ending..

    Instead of the Battle Hymn for Sarah Palin.. they should come up with words to the Roy Orbinson song " Pretty Woman" and call it " Petty Woman". hehehehe

    Posted by: dan skinner | Jan 19, 2011 8:40:07 AM

  2. Link sadly doesn't work outside USA

    Posted by: Sean R | Jan 19, 2011 8:51:52 AM

  3. Palindrome! Petty Woman! His segments have the best names.

    PS: The link works here in Brazil.

    Posted by: Syrax | Jan 19, 2011 9:10:43 AM

  4. Sadly there is actually a Palin Pretty Woman video on youtube !

    Posted by: willie t boned | Jan 19, 2011 9:40:22 AM

  5. So where's the retarded prop baby? Did she drown it already?

    Posted by: Scott | Jan 19, 2011 9:51:25 AM

  6. @Scott: I think Todd was busy.

    Posted by: Nanny McBone | Jan 19, 2011 11:05:08 AM

  7. looking at that pic when she starts (?) having ( more ?) plastic surgery on her face to keep up her "hot" grizzly mama looks she will look really hideous, that child ain't gonna age well

    Posted by: jerry | Jan 19, 2011 1:03:24 PM

  8. I always love his reaction at the "Come On John Stewart".

    Posted by: db | Jan 19, 2011 1:23:10 PM

  9. Why does Stewart consistantly do a better job of highlighting the insincerity of these rightwing frauds than the professional newspeople? I sincerely hope Sarah Palin runs and becomes the Republican Presidential Nominee. Run Sarah Run.

    Posted by: plaintom | Jan 19, 2011 1:34:07 PM

  10. I adore Jon Stewart and The Daily Show. But, in some ways, the attention he gives to Palin is counter-productive. By reacting to her comments, he is keeping her in the spotlight and contributing to her importance.

    The best way to handle Palin is to ignore her. She is simply a former candidate for Vice-President, who lost, and a former Governor of a small state, who resigned. She is not-electable to any office. Even the voters of Alaska rejected her hand-picked candidate.

    Ignore her. Let's hope she vanishes from the public forum.

    Posted by: gr8guyca | Jan 19, 2011 2:40:29 PM

  11. Jon Stewart is a national treasure! He just keeps getting better.

    His lead in was perfect: The victim to this recent tragedy in Tucson is now up and able to speak again, hahaha, good one Jon.

    Posted by: Just Another Viewer | Jan 19, 2011 5:37:49 PM

  12. I don't think the Sheriff in Tucson was incorrect. I am only 29 but I do not remember experiencing or learning about a time in our nation's history in which we were so unwilling to listen to each other that didn't result in some form of violence. I keep remembering the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, and the movement that followed decades later...

    We have got to learn how to talk to each other even when disagree. I think the shooting, while an act of a deranged man, is a valid reason to lament the loss of the art of debate.

    We have lost the ability to discuss things in this country. It has been lost to this idyllic idea of political correctness. You always have the right to not agree, but I think if we don't start to actually listen to each other then we're all lost.

    Posted by: drex | Jan 19, 2011 10:07:57 PM

  13. In Canada

    Posted by: Randy | Jan 20, 2011 1:35:05 AM

  14. The half term governor is a “Dan Quayle” in heels. Since we already had an idiot “W” that caused our current economic debacle, America knows not to trust in fools who think they are brilliant. One of the reason for “W” failure was his drinking, Palin just has bad genes.

    Posted by: Montana | Jan 20, 2011 9:34:09 PM

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