I'm not surprised. For as clever as Stewart, Colbert, and their writing staffs can be, they are at bottom corporate mouthpieces, part of the very distraction Stewart bewailed in his closing monologue.Look, I will be the first (not literally the first) to admit that John Stewart can work for a network that can hire a staff that can put together a video montage of some people saying some things this time that are different from and or exactly the same as things that they said some other time as well as the next guy. White bachelors of the arts find this uproariously funny, I guess. In support of the right of Americans to watch television programs about other television programs, one hundred billion Weslyan alumni turned out on the National Mall in order to contribute sanity and sanely contribute their voices to Comedy Central, an owned subsidiary of MTV Networks dba Comedy Partners, an owned subsidiary of Viacom, NYSE: VIA, VIAB, VNV. Having reaffirmed the fundamental right of college-educated Americans to be critical of media consumption habits, they returned to their nests. There, the queen sheds her wings and begins her life's work, laying millions of eggs.