Evo Morales on Jon Stewart’s Daily Show

My wife loves this guy and his name because his name, Evo Morales, translates as… ‘Eve Morals’. A boy named Evo in Bolivia might have a life just a little like a boy named Sue in Oklahoma would! Who knows? Here he is on Jon Stewart’s Daily Show

Maybe Ahmadinejad should have done that program instead of visiting Columbia University? He could have done some jokes along the lines of….

There was an Imam, Pastor, and Rabbi who all went out to lunch together with God and here’s what they all ordered….

Jon Stewart certainly would have treated him with respect and dignity instead of trying to incite a war.

3 thoughts on “Evo Morales on Jon Stewart’s Daily Show

  1. Avatarrini

    I saw the interview. Morales kicked tush. He came across as someone who really gave a crap about the world and was trying to make his country better. It was so refreshing. I still can’t get enough of the Daily Show and the Colbert Report.

  2. AvatarMario

    Dear Rini…. I appreciate your opinion and yes, as far as a political mini-clip for most; but not until you walk in these shoes and live in Bolivia as average Joe citizen, wheren your basic human rights are threatened, where all you have accomplished through hard work and effort and then some more hard work, is on the verge of being taken away, where your own president sends the military to kill and murder college students who protest agains those rights, then I guess the word “refreshing” would be the last thing to come to mind. He does no give a crap about nothing other than becoming a dictator in Bolivia.

  3. AvatarTony Logan Post author

    And what makes you think that Morales is an evil dictator in the making, Mario? And are you really an average Jose Boliviano like you make yourself out to be? I kind of rather doubt it, ‘Joe’.

    Of all the very real monsters that Latin American countries have had to deal with through the years, Evo seems rather far down to the bottom on any list of bad guys, all contrary to the BS you just gave us. Your boo-hoo-hoo routine just isn’t that convincing.

    What gets me is how rather well off people in poorer countries can constantly cry so much about injustices they supposedly suffer, as they make out like bandits compared to the rest of their paisanos. Then they go bananas if their poorer countrymen try to get a better life like they already enjoy! I have no sympathy at all for you, Mario.

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