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Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert Agree That Hillary Clinton Made the GOP Look Like 'Weenies' Yesterday: VIDEO

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Jon Stewart praised Hillary Clinton's skills as a 'finger point Magneto' at yesterday's Benghazi hearings, refusing to absorb attacks from Republicans eager to score political points.

And Stephen Colbert expressed his anger and disappointment that Clinton's feet weren't held to the fire: "Congressional Republicans proved definitively that they suck at their jobs."

Watch, AFTER THE JUMP...

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  1. She did. While Republican males may be used to the lockstep-lemming republican women in their lives, the more-liberal ladies don't cower or pander.

    She more than held her own, and this was a fine moment for her, and an utterly shameful one for those sorry men of the GOP.

    Posted by: LittleKiwi | Jan 25, 2013 12:29:44 PM


  2. Flacid weenies.....

    Posted by: Smuggy | Jan 25, 2013 12:32:05 PM


  3. She did not make anybody look like anything.

    She simply made herself look like a typical hysterical woman who, when appointed to a high position such as the one she occupies, predictably cannot control her emotions and behaves therefore in an embarrassingly unprofessional way (which she has also done overseas a few times)

    Posted by: Rick | Jan 25, 2013 2:15:46 PM


  4. Rick, really, what woman hurt you so bad that you feel the need to insert misogynist comments in every other post?

    Posted by: mikemike | Jan 25, 2013 2:18:20 PM


  5. What surprises me most is these men should know Hillary. Who were they kidding. It was obvious from the beginning she would run all over them. Those men simply don't have wisdom, knowledge nor guts to oppose Hillary.

    Posted by: Matt26 | Jan 25, 2013 2:39:42 PM


  6. Rick, your hysterical and emotional posts embarrass us here on this blog. Kindly censor yourself.

    Posted by: Jexer | Jan 25, 2013 2:42:16 PM


  7. A man raises his voice and he's seen as "in control". A woman raises her voice and misogynists everywhere cry, "Hysterical! Emotional!"

    Some men are so lame.

    Posted by: Rey | Jan 25, 2013 2:58:12 PM


  8. Get 'em hills :)

    and per usual, Rick provides a comment to demonstrate his/their disconnect from reality

    Posted by: MaddM@ | Jan 25, 2013 3:08:37 PM


  9. I don't get the big deal. It's not like she did anything special. The Republicans make themselves look like weenies all the time. It's not that difficult.

    Posted by: Daniel | Jan 25, 2013 3:44:59 PM


  10. As someone who was totally pro-Obama years ago and not much a fan of Hillary, she's growing on me. I'd love to see her run in 2016.
    This was impressive.
    Go Hillary!

    Posted by: Marc | Jan 25, 2013 4:30:36 PM


  11. There's only one hysterical person on this thread and it ain't Hillary.

    Their plan to derail her 2016 aspirations (should she decide to run) didn't go as well as the weenie-men hoped, and their charade of pretending to care about Benghazi wore thin long ago. Give it up, little boys, before you dig yourselves in further.

    Posted by: Ernie | Jan 25, 2013 5:02:35 PM


  12. Surprise, surprise Rick has a problem with a female in power!! Let me clutch my pearls in shock. At what point was she a "typical hysterical woman"?? What do you have to say about John "blubber" Boehner? I think if she weren't forceful in some of those answers you would complain that she wasn't forceful enough! Doesn't matter what she did you would still find some fault since she's got those girly parts. From all accounts, she did an admiral job as SOS, much better than some of the clowns who occupied that office before.

    Rick, don't you have a GOProud meeting to attend?

    Posted by: DAN | Jan 25, 2013 5:15:57 PM


  13. Dan, GoProud has female leadership. That doesn't sit well with Rick.

    Posted by: MateoM | Jan 25, 2013 5:53:16 PM


  14. Yeah, I was referencing more his republican sounding talking points and views. He probably asks the "ladies" to sit in the kitchen while the men do the talking.

    Posted by: DAN | Jan 25, 2013 5:57:55 PM


  15. I have got to assume that Rick is a paid plant of the party of hate in that there can be no other explanation for the idiocy of his comments.

    Posted by: John Simpson | Jan 26, 2013 12:10:22 PM


  16. I found Clinton utterly delightful to watch. She made the whole kangaroo court tolerable to watch.

    Posted by: Diogenes Arktos | Jan 26, 2013 5:50:44 PM


  17. Love Hillary. Voted for her in the Pa Democratic Primary in 2008. She has been great Sec. of State. But, she will be almost 70 in 2016. Thats too old to start a Presidency. She should step aside so that younger people have a chance to build support for a Presidential run. The democrats have a lot of outstanding young governors and congress persons who should be given a chance to step up to the plate.

    Posted by: andrew | Jan 26, 2013 11:59:07 PM


  18. What does her age have to do with it? There have been plenty of people who have became president at an older age.

    Posted by: UGH | Jan 27, 2013 10:45:14 PM


  19. he babam cok iyi

    Posted by: sohbet odaları | Apr 7, 2013 8:39:54 PM


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