Jon Stewart pokes fun at Virginia -- again
After a week in which President Obama, Jesse Jackson and a host of other national figures weighed in on Gov. Bob McDonnell's Confederate History Month proclamation, you just knew that comedian Jon Stewart would too.
Last night, the William & Mary graduate had a bit of fun at Virginia's expense on the Daily show. Check out the clip on the Comedy Central Web site. (Warning: contains a rather graphic interaction between images of Jon Stewart and the new College of William and Mary mascot.)
April 9, 2010; 1:51 PM ET
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