Waymon Hudson

Sunday Funnies: The Daily Show Smacks Down Marriage Equality Opponents

Filed By Waymon Hudson | January 17, 2010 1:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment, Entertainment, Marriage Equality, Media
Tags: comedy, Jon Stewart, marriage equality, The Daily Show

Jon Stewart and the good folks at the Daily Show have been on a real tear against equality opponents lately. Here are a couple of great clips from this week's shows.

Dreaded Bliss
Wyatt Cenac talks to a ragtag group of patriots taking to the battlefield to fight gay marriage in New Jersey.

The Daily Show With Jon StewartMon - Thurs 11p / 10c
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Ouch. Give someone a mike and they're bound to show their ignorance...

More after the jump!

No Gay Out
If gays can get divorced, there's nothing that will stop them from the grand abuses of marriage that heterosexuals enjoy.

The Daily Show With Jon StewartMon - Thurs 11p / 10c
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Thank goodness someone is shining a light on the utter madness and stupidity of these fundies. Funny how the "fake news" show has the most real coverage of our issues sometimes...

Emmy Committee (and GLAAD Awards), take notice!


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This is the best way to handle the dwindling group of religious fanatics - laugh at them. It is far more effective than attacking them, fighting with them and in the process inflating their importance and numbers.

This crowd is less than one-third of "religious people" in America and yet we continue to make them our insurmountable enemy. It's better to simply ignore them. The laughter will marginalize them.

They're not as important as they are funny. Very funny.

I've always been amazed at how easily members of one oppressed minority group could so easily and happily come together to oppress another when given the chance.

Thanks for posting the clip. It's brilliant stuff!

I'm w/Andrew. 100% Agreed!!!

Now if only the mainstream media would follow suit.