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Watch Jon Stewart's Take on the Election

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Watch Jon Stewart's Take on the Election

You haven't heard everything you need to know about the midterm elections until you've heard Jon Stewart's take.

"You name it. Republicans won it .... The Blue Man Group now the Red Man Group ... Children will now learn valuable life lessons from Red's Clues ... The only territory Democrats retained is that painful sexual frustration will still be known as blue balls."

Hear all Stewart has to say here:

And if that's not enough humor for you, watch senior political analyst Jordan Klepper:

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