Last night on "The Daily Show," Jon Stewart focused his attention on President Obama's post-midterm election trip to India, where he secured 22,000 jobs for Americans and did some pretty laughable dancing with school children in Mumbai.
At first, Stewart was dubious about Obama's intentions while in India and wondered whether or not he was just trying to escape after his party received a thorough shellacking during the midterms. But, then he realized what Obama was really there to do.
"Oh my God, he's gone to India to get our jobs back!" Stewart exclaimed. "He's the 'Rambo' of getting our jobs back!"
The jobs that Stewart is referring to aren't the "s***y call center jobs" (as he put it) but are in conjunction with India's purchase of cargo planes which will create 22,000 jobs in the U.S. Stewart was impressed. To make the trip a success, Obama just needed to avoid any of the PR disasters that can so easily happen to political figures while abroad. But then there was the dancing.
At a school in Mumbai, Barack and Michelle Obama boogied with the local children during a Diwali celebration, but as Stewart put it, Barack tried to look like William K. 'Polka' and ended up looking like John F. 'Can't-Dance-Edy.'
"Well, I guess it's true what they say," Stewart said. "You campaign with rhythm but you govern like an old white man at a wedding."