Men of a Certain Wage

  • Aired:  11/01/11
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Fox News defends the real victims of the epic battle between businesses and Occupy Wall Street protesters: the demonized 1%. (2:01)

>> Jon: WELCOME TO "THE DAILY

SHOW," MY NAME IS JON STEWART!

WE GOT ONE FOR YOU TONIGHT.

I'M NOT EVEN GOING TO GIVE IT

AWAY.

WE HAVE A SPECIAL GUEST TONIGHT,

I'M NOT GOING TO GIVE IT AWAY.

WE'LL... I'LL GIVE YOU A SMALL

CLUE.

HER FIRST NAME IS CONTINUE LEE

SAA.

OTHER THAN THAT IT COULD BE

ANYBODY.

CONDOLEEZZA.

OUR MAIN STORY TONIGHT,

AMERICA'S ONGOING ECONOMIC WOES.

>> AS OUR NATION'S FINANCIAL

DIFFICULTIES CONTINUE TO BE

DEFINED, AS A STRUGGLE BETWEEN

THOSE BUSINESSES WHOSE

MONUMENTAL LOSSES WERE COVERED

BY TARP AND THOSE WHOSE RAMEN

NOODLES AND HACKKY SACKS WERE

ALSO COVERED BY TARP.

BUT THROUGH IT ALL, IT'S EASY TO

FORGET THE REAL VICTIMS OF THIS

EPIC BATTLES-- THE FEELINGS OF

THE WINNERS.

>> SINCE WHEN IN THIS COUNTRY

WAS IT OKAY TO DEMONIZE SUCCESS?

>> THE FREE ENTERPRISE SYSTEM IS

UNDER ATTACK.

>> THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY IS GOING

TO HAVE TO STOP BASHING THE

RICH.

>> DEMONIZING SUCCESS.

>> GOING AFTER THE RICH AND

STOKEING THE RICH BACK TO THE

OLD POPULOUS.

>> WHY VILIFY THE TOP 1%?

THEY'RE NOT GOING TO SAVE

ANYBODY BY VILIFYING THEM.

>> Jon: YOU PEOPLE DON'T GET IT.

WHAT PART OF MO MONEY MO

PROBLEMS DON'T YOU UNDERSTAND?

(LAUGHTER)

THERE IS THAT FEELING, TOO.

>> AN OP-ED COLUMNIST IN FROM

THE "NEW YORK TIMES" RECEIVED

THESE PHOTOS SNAPPED AT A

HALLOWEEN PARTY LAST YEAR.

THEY WERE ACTUAL EMPLOYEES AT

THE STEPHEN J. BALM LAW FIRM

NEAR BUFFALO, NEW YORK.

IT'S A LAW FIRM THAT REPRESENTS

BANKS WHEN THEY WANT TO

FORECLOSE ON SOMEONE'S HOME.

AS YOU CAN SEE, THE WORKERS ARE

DRESSED UP AS HOMELESS PEOPLE.

AND SQUATTERS.

>> DOT DOT DOT, DOT DOT DOT.

BREAKING NEWS, DOT DOT DOT.

SOME FORECLOSURE LAWYERS ARE

GIANT DICKS.

DOT, DOT,

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