On Tuesday night, Jon Stewart stepped away from his coverage of Egypt to focus on the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) held in Washington D.C. this weekend. Noting that last year's CPAC was dubbed the "Conservative Woodstock," it only took a few clips from Stewart to realize what this year's theme was: a comedic roast a la Comedy Central or Friars Club:
"This year it's a roast!" Stewart exclaimed. "Only with Barack Obama as their Pamela Anderson, and Socialism as their 'she was married to someone with a comically large penis.'"
One by one, from Mitch McConnell to Anne Coulter to Mitt Romney, Stewart analyzed the GOP's jokes about Obama, the left and the deficit as if they were real comedians. Let's just say, the veteran comedian in the picture was not too impressed with what they came up with. Particularly, Michele Bachmann's joke about China's Hu Jintao holding so much U.S. money that you could say, "Hu's your dadddy."
"OK, so now we know how you would tell a joke to kindergardeners or an English-as-a-second-language class, but neither of them are there!"
Check out the entire clip below to hear Stewart's take-down of all the worst CPAC jokes, including guest speaker Donald Trump's hilarious "set."