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Jon Stewart Praises Obama’s Completed ‘Evolution,’ Slams North Carolina’s Gay Marriage Ban

Jon Stewart, on Wednesday night, gave President Obama credit for his announcement about supporting gay marriage — and then took a look at North Carolina, which voted in favor on an amendment that would ban same-sex marriage. Thanks, Stewart said, for taking away the brief "glimpse" of happiness.
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