There are many questions raised by this Jon Stewart clip: what does it mean for the Democrats that Stewart is openly mocking their indecent race to spend $200 billion that we thought, incorrectly, that we had thrown down a rat-hole? What does it mean for Obama that Stewart is openly mocking the emptiness of some of his grandiose promises?
But most importantly, why is it that you can say "hand job" on the air, but you have to beep out the "blow" in "blow job"? Is there an FCC regulation that says that? Is there a principled distinction? Is the concept of a hand job (and therefore a direct reference thereto) acceptable to the public, but the concept of a blow job scandalous? Is the FCC run by Catholic high-school girls?
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