Remember after the midterm elections President Obama blamed the Democrats' "shellacking" on a lack of communication? Well, if you ask Jon Stewart, that communication problem still exists. Especially when it comes to Libya. And it's a problem.
Stewart became another voice on a growing list of liberals stating their displeasure with the president's decision to intervene in Libya. In short, Stewart couldn't figure out exactly why we're in Libya. Matt Schneider at Mediaite sums Stewart's critique up like this:
If it’s just to stop the violence against civilians, then Stewart listed off many other countries where we should arguably be helping as well. Or if it’s something else, then Stewart essentially asked Obama, “why won’t you talk to us?”
"One of the problems we are having with you Mr. President is a communications gap," Stewart said. The money quotes come when Stewart compares Obama's communication skills to a couple married 40 years.
The entire segment is broken up in two parts. The first part is below, the second part (referenced above) can be viewed by clicking the "Obama's Communication Gap" link below the video: