Politics is warfare. You'd think the stakes would be high enough for somebody with half a brain to tell Keith and Rachel to at least slow the fuck down when they talk. Jon Stewart is right in this if nothing else: however unusual their concern for historical context and actual facts may be in this day and age, it is not enough to justify their tone. These people are talking (gleefully) right past the entire south and center of this country (I know, because I live and work there) without making so much as a dent in anybody's political disposition, or actively shaking any of the economic lies stemming from the Reagan era of bank-owned politicians. Maybe their personalities are just unsuitable and other personalities need to be found, but someone, somewhere has got to be given a platform to speak to the majority of this proud country in the manner to which they are accustomed.
This would seem to be a matter of some urgency. Factually correct as he is about Jon Stewart's nostalgic and naive "false equivalencies", I don't see the insufferable Keith helping. At least Jon is capable of dialogue!