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Without late-night, candidates get a pass

The writers' strike has silenced the satire of Jon Stewart's 'Daily Show' and others. The writers' strike has silenced the satire of Jon Stewart's "Daily Show" and others.
By Joanna Weiss
Globe Staff / December 8, 2007

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The news broke in straitlaced political circles last week, but seemed to beg for satire: Rudy Giuliani, as mayor of New York, used taxpayer-funded security for trysts with his girlfriend in the Hamptons. The late-night-TV-monologue jokes could have practically written themselves. (Full article: 981 words)

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