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Stewart v. Colbert. You choose.

So are you  Jon Stewart type of person, or a little more Stephen Colbert super patriot? Here’s a quiz to help you figure it out.

And here’s another shameless plug to remind you to join the N.C. Policy Watch crew and other sane folks next Saturday (Oct. 30) to watch the live broadcast of Stewart’s Rally to Return to Sanity and Colbert’s March to Keep Fear Alive.

We’re having our own “Raleigh to Restore Sanity” at the Tir na nOg pub in downtown Raleigh.  Go here for more information about the event, and please, please make sure you RSVP so we know how many pleasantly demeanored, civil and non-rabid guests will be in attendance.

Bonus points to anyone who shows up with some great signs. Here’s one idea to get you started: “You may have a point but all that shouting makes it hard to understand you.”

For more ideas, check out www.saneornot.com.

One Comment


  1. Alex Morris

    October 25, 2010 at 8:49 am

    I find both of them extremely boring !

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