There are way too many members of the media taking The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear way too seriously. The amount of media coverage dedicated to The Rally seems to be overwhelmingly suspicious of Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert’s motives. Folks: it’s a comedy show. Have you ever read so many reviews of an event before it takes place? This is hardly a political-based rally. Sure, there will be political groups that come out. They, too, will be missing the point. Just some of the coverage:
Again, folks, this is satire. Let’s wait until the event before we pass judgment. As far as I’m concerned there should be one and only one metric: is it funny? If it’s not, and it turns out to be a too-serious political rally, I’ll retract my comments here and offer a full mea culpa.
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