Election Fatigue Has Set in at The Daily Show

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Election Fatigue Has Set in at The Daily Show

It's finally Election Day! And last night Jon Stewart checked in on the home stretch on The Daily Show. What have the candidates been doing? "Speed dating," Stewart said. Both candidates have been hopping from swing state to swing state to make final arguments.

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Obama, for example, responded to a boo-ing crowd by saying "Don't boo—vote. Voting's the best revenge." Romney retaliated by telling another crowd that Obama wants people to vote for revenge. "Instead, I ask for American people to vote for love of country," Romney said.

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Stewart made a disgusted face at both. "I want this over!" he said. "I don't know if it's that comment, or maybe this is the milk I drank from a bodega that lost power during the blackout, but I just threw up in my mouth a little bit."

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