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Thread: Jon Stewart monologue covers Ron Paul's caucus speech, and mentions Hayek & Mises!

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    Jon Stewart monologue covers Ron Paul's caucus speech, and mentions Hayek & Mises!

    Video can be seen below the article at the link here:

    The Ron Paul mention starts at 4:45 of the video.

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    I never thought I would ever see the faces of Ludwig von Mises and Friedrich Hayek on television. Never in a million years.

    Wow. Loving it!

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    Ha! He mispronounced Ludwig von Mises but was still pretty funny.
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    The bit at the end was very nice.

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    His GOP coverage is pretty great. He mocks all the other candidates unrelentlessly and then just says stuff about Paul that's funny but not really critical.

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    Rather Rothbard in the picture than Hayek, but will take it.
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    Just think if we could get Stewart to read "Road to Serfdom" I think we'd be set

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    I love Daily Show and this episode made me laugh out loud a lot.

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