Got a Spare $10 Billion? Help Jon Stewart Buy CNN!

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At the end of this Daily Show segment about Rupert Murdoch trying to buy Time Warner for $80 billion, Jon Stewart proposes a more practical idea: a Kickstarter campaign (“campaign” is a little serious for Kickstarter sometimes, no? how about “a Kickstarter thingy”?) to buy CNN for a reasonable $10 billion. Unfortunately this idea exists nowhere on the actual Kickstarter website, but looks solid enough. For a measly $25,000, you’ll be popping Molly with Fareed Zakaria!

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