Tonight, star of the show Rescue Me, Denis Leary.
Wolfowitz, Rumsfeld, and now Rove gone, Jon begins tonight reporting on the new blood being injected into the Bush administration in a segment called "Rice & Ripken: Together at... Why!?" Condoleeza Rice announced that Cal Ripken Jr. will be a U.S. public diplomacy envoy, who's first mission is to go to China.
Jon then reports on the recent Democratic candidates forum on the channel Logo, a channel geared towards homosexuals in a segment called "Clusterf@#k to the White House: Divas Live". Melissa Etheridge was one of the participants questioning the Democrats, all the while, constantly talking about herself. Jon then shows various clips of the candidates trying to support the gay community, while at the same time trying to show the rest of the country that they don't support them, otherwise known as gay marriage golf. Clinton & Obama both almost make it into the hole, Edwards shagged it back into the bunker, & Kucinich gets a hole-in-one by supporting gay rights and marriage. Bill Richardson was also in the spotlight when he said that homosexuals choose to be gay, later explaining his remark by saying that he didn't understand the question due to jet lag. Jon ends the segment by cutting various clips from the forum into a gay sexual innuendo montage proclaimed as "The Daily Show's Most Immature Montage Ever".
Finally, Jon reports on the Iowa straw poll in a segment called "Children of the Corn". The winner, Mitt Romney with 30% of the vote, but as Jon shows us, the media doesn't know if that poll even matters. The poll had 40% less people than the poll from 1999, but as the candidates tell us, it was due to the hot 150 degree weather. Jon then explains what the Iowa straw poll actually is, which is basically an informal poll of Republican voters who have to pay a $35 admission fee (usually payed by the candidates to get people to show up).
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