Jon Stewart went after Obama's craziest detractors last night in a new segment called "So You Think You Can Douche." He began with Sean Hannity who says Obama is destroying the America he knew and grew up in. "I think that's because the America you knew and grew up in was segregated," Stewart responded. Hannity uses grainy footage and demonic music to terrify his audience about the president, so the "Daily Show" used the same effects on "Dora the Explorer" to show that no matter how innocuous you may be, Fox News producers can make you seem like the Anti-Christ.
Stewart then moved on to Lou Dobbs, who has been a champion of the birther movement, saying things like, "You suppose he's un... no, I won't even use the word undocumented, it wouldn't be right." Since then, and despite OVERWHELMING evidence that President Obama is in fact a citizen, he has kept demanding to see a birth certificate, as if showing it to all those other people doesn't count.
But, of course, you can't have a douche contest without Glenn Beck, who recently said of the president: "I'm not saying he doesn't like white people, I'm saying he has a problem. This guy is, I believe, a racist."