A common reaction:
"I've got mixed feelings about it,'' said Kim Alexander, president and founder of the California Voter Foundation. "It may draw out some people who wouldn't otherwise vote, but you could also say it cheapens electoral policy by offering people a $1 million incentive to vote.People vote on crap all the time without the promise of reward of course. American Idol, anyone?
I can't even muster getting worked up over this.
One thing that struck me in the article - not that it is unique to the article - is the description of the Daily Show as "the fake news show."
No, the news is real. The commentary may be satirical, but seldom do Stewart and the gang straight make sh*t up. Fact is funnier than fiction.