Jon Stewart is very sorry. In recent days he's called Republicans responsible for the government shutdown everything from "morons" to "taint-sniff McGillicuddys." And that's just wrong... because he's clearly been too easy on them.
Now that House GOP members are trying to sell the idea that it was the Democrats who wanted a government shutdown all along, Jon Stewart has realized he has far more verbal arrows in his quiver: like "self-righteous Orwellian zebra-queefs."
Watch part one of Stewart's shutdown segment above where he reviews some of the names he's called Republicans over the last few days, and part two below where he asks John Oliver if Republicans are dumb or if they simply think we are.
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