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Daily Show rips Tom Cotton and Co.

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Jon Stewart and The Daily Show are back from a holiday break. And the opener had a tough bit on the few dozen extremist Republicans — 4th District Rep. Tom Cotton of the Club for Growth among them — who voted against a flood insurance claim fund for victims of Hurricane Sandy.

"You blew it," said Stewart.

"What did the Eastern Seaboard ever do to any of you?"

4th District residents best pray before they sleep 1) against future natural disaster 2) that northeastern congressmen have more compassion than the Club for Growth advocate who rents a domicile in Arkansas for occasional visits between his mission of strangling government services to the needy.

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