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Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Why Jon Stewart should run for President

I think that Jon Stewart should run for President of the United States. I know I’m not the first to suggest it, and I doubt I’m the first to seriously consider it as a possibility, but I’ve given the idea some thought, and I’ve come up with 8 reasons he should run.

I want to point out that I’m not a political theorist, and I’m not entirely well-versed in political methods. This is just my view as part of the electorate about a candidate I would love to see on the ballot come November 10, 2008, and the reasons he should run.

8. He has The Daily Show.

This might seem like a minor point, but considering that political ad campaigns cost millions, and Jon Stewart probably doesn’t have that kind of money, having a nationally-viewable TV show with a fairly large audience is a decent starting point. It could allow him to raise enough money from loyal viewers to start an advertising campaign elsewhere.

Besides that, Comedy Central and Viacom could use his candidacy as an excellent plug for the show to draw additional attention to it. I’m no marketing executive, but even I can see that this would be a superb gimmick, especially if spun correctly.

7. There would be a media frenzy.

This ties in with the last point, in that they both have to do with media exposure. Besides the exposure Jon already has from his own show, his candidacy would be all over the news stations, especially if he announced it during a news-lull. Those 24-hour networks need something to talk about, and the “fake news anchor” turned Presidential candidate would probably get more attention than Hillary Clinton, John Kerry (attempt #2), John Edwards, or Barak Obama.

6. He commands attention from and is adored by youth.

Remember the 2004 election? Remember how John Kerry was supposed to get all the 18-24 year olds off their lazy asses and into the voting booths? Remember how he may have won had that happened? Personally, I can’t think of anything that would get them out more than Jon Stewart’s name on the ballot.

Besides getting the young voters to ballot boxes, Stewart would get the votes his thousands of fans. If he managed to get the Democratic nomination, he’d probably get pretty much all the registered Democratic and Independent vote, too. Combining that with an unprecedented young-voter turnout, he might actually win.

5. He has a fantastic bullshit detector.

In perhaps the most important consequence of him running, Jon Stewart would force candidates to have real platforms, not just empty rhetoric. One of the biggest problems with Kerry’s campaign was how he completely and utterly failed to have a real platform, while Bush just hammered home security. Stewart would cut through the bullshit, and make the other candidates actually have opinions and platforms. Who knows, America might finally have an election that’s actually about political and social issues…

4. He’s not afraid to say what needs to be said.

As he said about Al Sharpton in 2004, “The person who knows he’s not going to win is allowed to speak most freely.” This ties in with the above point. Jon would bring out the truth about candidates: their political histories; inconsistencies in their opinions and platforms; and how they fall short in areas that matter. This would force the other candidates to actually come up with consistent, logical, and reasonable platforms, which is the first step to getting someone competent into the White House.

3. He is a great debater.

Every time I see Jon Stewart interview someone he disagrees with or who holds inconsistent positions, he tears them to pieces. He even does this when he’s on their shows. (Crossfire, anyone?) He has the speaking and debate skills necessary to make use of the two other skills I mentioned above, and this trifecta makes him dangerous for the other candidates. When asked why politicians don’t answer straight, simple questions, he said, “Nobody holds their feet to the fire to do it.” If he were in the race, he would be able to hold their feet to the fire in spectacular fashion.

2. His middle-left positions.

At least as far as I can gather from the Daily Show, Jon is pretty center-left. While I doubt he could get the votes of more hardcore Republicans, especially the religious-right, the moderates and independents would likely be drawn to him. Especially if he applies his hatred of the absurd to his political philosophy. I can only imagine a candidate who chose their platform based on logical and sensible conclusions instead of partisan rhetoric, and I doubt I’m the only one.

1. If he wins, he would be a fantastic President

All right, that’s pure speculation. But I’m a big Jon Stewart fan, and I want to believe, nay, must believe that he could do it. He might have no political experience whatsoever, judging from the politicians I see that might not be a bad thing. It would be very refreshing to have a President who sees the problems we have, and could deal with the crap other politicians spew. Here’s hoping for Stewart ’08.

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77 Comments:

  • Interesting, but he can't have his TV show, or reruns of that show, on TV without the station having to devote equal time to his opponent(s). I'm sure he signed some kind of contract with Comedy Central that would stop him from knowingly engaging in something that would require his show be pulled (or he be pulled from new episodes of the show).

    By Blogger BuyBluePants, at 7:28 PM, August 15, 2006  

  • WTF? Jon wouldn't take that job for anything, so put it out of your mind. The man with the brains and attitude is Colbert. He may have launched his show from Jon's but he's the guy I'd vote for. Did you see his speech to the White House Press corps? If we're picking candidates from Comedy Central, then I'd take Stephen Colbert over Jon.

    By Blogger Preserved Killick, at 7:39 PM, August 15, 2006  

  • I think this situation would be an exception to that.

    By Blogger Bast, at 7:40 PM, August 15, 2006  

  • Everybody go here to get your Stewart-Colbert in 08 t-shirts.

    By Blogger Alex R., at 7:52 PM, August 15, 2006  

  • I'm for Colbert. He is simply the best.

    By Blogger FaulknA, at 8:41 PM, August 15, 2006  

  • I would vote for those guys from The Mep Report. What would be better for our country than a giant emu head serving as commander-in-chief?

    By Blogger Russ G., at 8:53 PM, August 15, 2006  

  • I'd take a ticket of Stewart/Colbert (or vice versa) anyday for an Independant run. My worry is that in politics, it seems a little like the mafia (or a lot like it). The people who are key players like the Falwells and the Deans and the O'Reiellys and what not will do all they can to spin forward all the dirt that can be found on them. Their personalities would deflect a lot of that damage but those value-oriented, middle of the country conservatives will in all liklihood not buy into the intrensic silliness.

    The hope would be that it did mobilize the youth as there are a lot of 18-35s out there. It's a nice pipe dream to have and there's no better time for something like that. The clowns on either side make me sick, sad, and afraid.

    If they don't run, vote libertarian!

    By Blogger Joe Wagner, at 8:57 PM, August 15, 2006  

  • you know, I'm beyond the 'supposed' demographic that would vote for a Stewart / Colbert ticket... but at 37... I would vote for these two in a heartbeat... They aren't Donkey or Elephant... they are real. They see the issues. The issues that are dividing this country and spiraling us towards a civil war. My folks voted for a actor before with no clue (Reagan), I'd would happily vote for a n actor that actually "HAS" a clue.

    By Blogger grandllama, at 10:12 PM, August 15, 2006  

  • Colbert's an obnoxious blowhard who lacks the wit and natural comedic ability of Stewart.

    By Blogger adm88, at 11:48 PM, August 15, 2006  

  • I know this is dorky - but the Fairness Doctrine that buybluepants spoke of was actually disolved under Reagan in 1985. (http://www.museum.tv/archives/etv/F/htmlF/fairnessdoct/fairnessdoct.htm) TV Shows and stations no longer are required to devote equal time to both sides. Another reason to move away from Reagan-esque actors and toward the Stewart/Colbert 08 Ticket! (Sorry about re-posting)

    By Blogger FightyCakes, at 12:06 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • I like and appreciate what both Stewart and Colbert do to earn their living, but I'd much rather have a George W. in office...maybe Mr. Bush wouldn't make a good celebrity host, but he's better at what he's doing for a living than either one of them would be. Just my opinion.....

    By Blogger Mike, at 1:12 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • I guess my point was that Stewart and Colbert are groomed and scripted to appeal to the specific demographic target that they are successfully appealing to, and so is Bush...

    By Blogger Mike, at 1:14 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • Fortunately because of Republican assery, he wouldn't have to devote equal time to his opponent(s) because Reagan got rid of the equal broadcast time law.

    By Blogger freakin12monkey, at 1:21 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • There is a similar premise in a new movie, Man of the Year where Robin Williams plays a "Jon Stewart-like" character. There are some issues brought up in the trailer which would have some real-life implications. Especially, "This country will be run by a comedian." That would be a big hurdle to overcome.

    By Blogger Andrew, at 3:00 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • Jon Stewart is hardly middle left. He holds no conservitive values. He holds only radical left morals.

    By Blogger Sarah, at 3:49 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • Well, I'd vote for a Stewart/Colbert ticket. They're sharp guys with a lot of insight and at least they're better options than I've seen elsewhere. As for "this country is run by a comedian"--we have no credibility left with most of the world anyway, so I fail to see how this could be a step down. :)

    By Blogger Heather, at 5:07 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • There was an SF story on this theme in Analog around the late 80's or early 90's. Essential premise: Letterman-type declares campaign, with co-host as VP candidate. They run it for laughs... but garner both Nielsen and electoral ratings. They try seeing how many people they can offend (EG, making platform issues legalizing drugs and polygamy). Ratings soar, again. They give up, saying it's been a great gag, but please take the election seriously. The public ignore this election day, and massive write-in makes race a three-way that gives them just over half the electoral college. Secret service break down door of new VP as he and his wife are having a hysterical pillow fight over the news....

    By Blogger abb3w, at 5:48 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • radical left morals? c'mon sarah. dont be a putz. is it "radical" to want people to be accountable for their actions??? maybe you mean "radical" in the groovy-hip way of the 80's (remeber the movie RAD?).. then I guess you might be correct.

    Left Morals are pretty RAD!!

    By Blogger popfizz, at 6:10 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • Massive fan enthusiasm does not a presidential candidate make. John Cusack pulled the plug before it got out of control, but they had a platform, campaign manager, etc...

    By Blogger maofirelox, at 7:25 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • "He holds no conservitive values. He holds only radical left morals."

    Values? Morals? I thought this was America, where we have the freedom to have any values we like as long as we leave everyone else alone.

    That's what liberty is. A true conservative would never say such a thing. The nice things about liberty is it means everyone can live pretty much the way they want without being forced to do things against their morals- and stay free to persue their values. Just not through the law, because that destroys liberty.

    By Blogger Marielle, at 9:11 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • Jon Stewart for Prez, while Colbert for vice!

    Jon and Stephen for 08'

    By Blogger Sagar Patel, at 9:46 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • This would be a great idea except for 2 issues.
    1- The built in Comedy factor would be way lower with Dubya out of it. Cheney is a heart attack away from the big CEO in the sky, so whomever the R's roll out in 08' will be fairly new to the scene...unless Jeb Bush gets in the mix...but thats a whole blog in and of itself!!
    2- The Democrats have a lot of 'splainin' to do over the dropped ball the last time around. Kerry ran on a platform of solid change, a "Stronger America" - whatever that meant, and a more America-centic ideal..less worldly issues, more issues to tackle on the homefront...the problem was he came across as a huge snob, made GWB seem friendly and likeable, and none of his platform ideals ever made it into his speeches!! Whenever pressed for his alternatives to the obvious Republican flaws, he would flap his gums about a " great potential for change" and then point all interested voters to a website where they could read over his "real" views on the subject!! Like many voters the last time around, I was at the polls looking for the "None of the above" option ....which is exactly what Jon Stewart should run on...it worked for Montgomery Brewster!!

    By Blogger HomerJ, at 9:50 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • Unfortunately, Stewart is also Jewish. Before anyone freaks out, I should say that so am I... I just firmly believe that there is an enormous percentage of this country that, while they might enjoy watching him bounce around on TV, would never vote for a Jewish president.

    By Blogger xj, at 9:59 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • Yes, can we please have 2 COMEDIANS for president?

    Seriously people, Stewart and Colbert are great at making you laugh.. whoopie. Who is going to run their cabinet? Their team of writers that comes up with their material every night?

    The sad part is they probably would be elected.

    By Blogger MrAnderson2100, at 10:12 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • Yes! Especially when you see that Hugo Chavez is being opposed by a comedian (http://today.reuters.com/news/articlenews.aspx?type=winterOlympics&storyID=2006-08-09T173150Z_01_N0954278_RTRUKOC_0_US-VENEZUELA-OPPOSITION.xml) I can't wait

    By Blogger Felix Sargent, at 10:20 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • "He's a son, a lover, and a pundit rolled into one sexy package! Rrrrrrrrr!" Marge Simpson

    By Blogger Intergalactic Hussy, at 10:22 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • there's a new robin williams movie coming out on exactly this premise, it's called man of the year, a fake news anchor runs for president and wins.

    By Blogger Vman, at 11:06 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • http://www.cafepress.com/stewartcolbert

    Get your campaign T-shirt today!

    By Blogger jeddings, at 11:09 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • Yes, but if he runs with Colbert and appoints all his field-reporters & writers... we'll no longer have a Daily Show! Or maybe he could turn the daily press conference into the NEW daily show? But I will agree that he is the only interviewer to actually ask the questions America wants to hear. I love it when he makes the politicians squirm!

    By Blogger Try, at 11:16 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • Hell I'd vote for him. I mean why not? He is the man with nothing to lose in a political race, which would give him the open hand to talk about real issues as stated in the 8 reasons.

    The only thing is he would have to give up his TV show due to the Fair TV Ad Act. Thats not what its called, but there is a law requiring if one network gives airtime to a particular candidate, it must give the equal to his/her opponent.

    By Blogger nick d, at 11:40 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • I think he should run, just to learn how difficult it is to run for public office, win public office, and then actually govern. If the President was the only guy in charge it still would be mind blowingly difficult. Stewart has no idea how much he doesn't know until he faced with the responsibility and the totality of POTUS.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:50 AM, August 16, 2006  

  • Check out 8 Reasons why Jon Shouldn't run for president
    http://tinyurl.com/oxk9e

    By Blogger Seamus O'Conley, at 1:00 PM, August 16, 2006  

  • I think one too many people have seen the trailer for "Man of the Year". This isn't Hollywood.

    By Blogger Chris A., at 2:07 PM, August 16, 2006  

  • Some other commenters have made reasonable points on why Stewart isn't the man for the White House -- his demographic, while large, isn't that large, he has some very aggressive enemies, and frankly, he's a TV comedian.

    What this country really needs in '08 is a McCain-Stewart ticket.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:24 PM, August 16, 2006  

  • Doesn't anybody remember Pat Paulsen?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:06 PM, August 16, 2006  

  • "I think one too many people have seen the trailer for "Man of the Year". This isn't Hollywood." <--- ahemm.... Reagan... Schwarzenegger. Come again?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:55 PM, August 16, 2006  

  • Nice idea - but he would never win...see reason 6. The demographics that addore him apparently don't vote

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:25 PM, August 16, 2006  

  • I would vote for Jon Stewart in a heartbeat. If he was ever elected president, life would be so much better. He has an awesome way of explaining why things are going south and what we can do to repair the damage that this administration has done. GREAT IDEA on suggesting this. If Jon Stewart runs, he has my vote..

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:29 PM, August 16, 2006  

  • The campaign has already started: http://www.bustedtees.com/shirt/stewartcolbert

    By Anonymous Leto, at 7:45 AM, August 17, 2006  

  • Could you start a online petition for it and see how many people we can get to sign it?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:15 AM, August 17, 2006  

  • I'd vote for 'em! As to who to put on the cabinet? I'd suggest Chris Mathews. He also puts the hard questions to people and gets the answers.

    I've watched him rip apart many a moron. It's like watching sports!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:39 PM, August 17, 2006  

  • The only way that I'm voting for the Democrats is if Stewart or Colbert represented them. They would be fantastic.

    By Blogger Delta, at 4:10 PM, August 17, 2006  

  • Yeah, right. Stewart is a pathetic choice

    By Blogger Vern Beachy, at 6:07 PM, August 17, 2006  

  • Actually, I believe that equal time legislation only applies to Broadcast television. Cable TV is strictly voluntary.

    By Blogger Robert, at 7:24 PM, August 20, 2006  

  • When the prospect running for President was raised to John Stewart by a Daily Show guest during Indecision 2004, John replied he would not run.

    The reason?

    "Because there are pictures of me with my dick in bean dip."

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:37 AM, August 24, 2006  

  • I'd vote for that, even though I'm Australian!

    Jon Stewart for US President, Colbert for World President!

    Love Jasper

    By Blogger Jasper, at 6:36 AM, August 25, 2006  

  • AH! "Interesting, but he can't have his TV show, or reruns of that show, on TV without the station having to devote equal time to his opponent(s)."

    Not true anymore. I'd like to think fox news was to thank for this. But the laws have changed my friend.

    By Blogger Nicholas, at 8:09 PM, September 05, 2006  

  • Jon Stewart has really great comic delivery. But without us writers feeding him lines, he's about the stupidest person you'd ever want to meet. The "Jon Stewart" that you guys think is so cool is the product of the combined brain power of a bunch of very smart but very ugly guys who get paid to make Jon sound good.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:10 PM, September 14, 2006  

  • Wake up. They are comedians. Because the entertainment niche they fill happens to be political comedy doesn't mean they are equipped (in any way) to hold public office.

    It's crazy to see how many people fall over themselves to suck Stewart's nuts.

    It's like saying "Trey Parker & Seth MacFarlane in '08." You're all insane.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:55 PM, September 14, 2006  

  • You're the insane one. Trey Parker & Seth MacFarlane hate each other. Haven't you seen the South Park vs. Family Guy "Cartoon Wars" episode of South Park? If you can get them to work out their problems, I'd suggest working on the middle east next.

    By Blogger Dante, at 7:35 AM, September 15, 2006  

  • Why is it that most American's and Canadians would rather see a comedian (Stewart / Colbert and Rick Mercer in Canada) in office rather then a politician?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:09 PM, September 15, 2006  

  • i'm not a big fan of steward (laughs at his own jokes, etc.) i believe what i've heard from other people, he stole the show and turned it into something for jon, not the fans of the orginal. when it was played straight...it was very funny.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:26 AM, September 16, 2006  

  • I agree. Steward, just aint that funny. But Colbert is one of the best in the business.

    Either way the left could use their combine help.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:53 PM, September 17, 2006  

  • This is exactly what is wrong with America! People think he shouldn't run because he is a comedian. COME ON! Labels! Are we forgetting that Raegan was an ACTOR!? The whole idea behind America and Democracy is that you can do whatever you put your mind to. There's not supposed to be a class system here. There's not supposed to be censorship here. There's not supposed to be - oh you broke the law but the Congress is retroactively going to make it OK... WHAT THE FVck!\

    We should stop kidding around - get off our high horses and REALIZE that a person who talks real, knows the issues and is up for the job - IS QUALIFIED!! The only problem is, no sane person is going to want to step in to this job knowing that s/he has to correct YEARS of someoneelse's screwups!

    By Blogger Sarah, at 10:05 PM, September 26, 2006  

  • I'm sorry to keep posting, but... w/r/t:
    "The "Jon Stewart" that you guys think is so cool is the product of the combined brain power of a bunch of very smart but very ugly guys who get paid to make Jon sound good."

    Isn't "dubya" EXACTLY the same character - someone who is fed lines by a bunch of ugly rich people?! Come on!

    This gets old! Sersly - what we need is someone who's heart is in the job for the right reason! Someone who wants to make this country a better place - the place it was envisioned to be! If Steward/Colbert are up for the job - Let Them HAVE IT!!

    By Blogger Sarah, at 10:11 PM, September 26, 2006  

  • Finally someone posted that has some brainpower. Thank you Sarah. I am in love with you.

    By Anonymous Zach, at 10:36 PM, September 26, 2006  

  • What we need is a butt-ugly man or woman who has NO personality and NO spouse or kids. We need someone who will devote ALL of their energy to bringing this nation back to the greatness it was and the greatness is can be again. Someone who doesnt need to flirt with cameras or aides, someone who isnt at 1600 Penn just to party it up and have 1000-dollar dinners once a month. Someone who has common sense and no political affiliation to any party. Someone who understands that BS is running rampant in this nation and its growth is exponential but doesnt give a crap to stand up to BS and call it that to its face. Someone who isnt politically correct in the least bit. Someone who is dedicated to bringing back personal freedom and someone who is not going to listen to the press or the left or right whiney assed babies.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:48 PM, September 30, 2006  

  • If John Stewart becomes president do you think the daily show would air from the white house.Just imagine Stewart the comedian ripping apart stewart the president.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:38 AM, October 29, 2006  

  • A journalist can tell you the facts, but a comedian can tell you the truth. That's what Jon (and Colbert) does, and would be a refreshing change from an administration that doesn't even bother with the facts.

    By Blogger Byron, at 3:48 PM, November 07, 2006  

  • Here is poll that says that Stewart in combo with Colbert would lose his run to some unexpected characters.
    http://www.DearSera.com/DisplayQuestion.faces?questionId=37

    By Anonymous Vasiliki, at 1:06 PM, May 02, 2007  

  • love the idea
    and point 5 is my fav
    but i dont think it would work and lets say colbert ran as an ex. i wouldnt vote for him just because i dont think he has any real chance of winning

    By Anonymous MW11, at 12:41 PM, February 06, 2008  

  • Jon Stewart's demographic doesn't vote because all of the candidates have never been worth voting for! Jon would be worth putting down the bong and filling out a bubble or two at the election booth!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:39 PM, October 06, 2008  

  • John Stewart is a brilliant comedian, but also takes politics very seriously, unlike many others. Colbert is very funny, but in real life, the man could care less about politics and holds a very moderate conservative set of principles. Stewart has been on my very serious political talk shows and he's shown nothing but a man with balls who isn't afraid to say the truth, no matter what it is. Kudos to this blog.

    John Stewart would be THE man to hold that office and undo the tarnishing that the last seven presidents have laid upon it. I only go back seven because I've only lived through seven. But the list goes farther back than that.

    By Blogger C. Allen Thompson, at 12:14 PM, November 28, 2009  

  • I want to point out that I’m not a political theorist, and I’m not entirely well-versed in political methods.

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