Fox News didn't have a lot of positive ways to spin Mitt Romney's crushing loss to Barack Obama, but there were certainly plenty of places to lay blame. Case in point: single women, who apparently have only one issue, their vaginas.

Jon Stewart didn't mince words on that one. After rolling a series of clips of various pundits praising married women -- who leaned Romney -- as far more concerned about the future, Stewart summed up the inherent message: married women aren't "just some selfish c****."

He then turned to Senior Women's Issues Correspondent Kristen Schaal, who having been recently married, now shares Fox News' perspective on single women. She even gave the GOP some pointers on how to speak vagina, since that's all unhitched ladies care about.

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