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Like many, Jon Stewart didn't care for the warts-and-all debt ceiling compromise. But there's a bit of hope, he said in a Daily Show segment last night, in that twelve member Congressional Super Committee that was established to do a lot more deficit cutting. After rolling a reel of the usual suspect talking heads calling the committee an "elite group" with "awesome powers," Stewart unveils the Super Friends-styled nicknames for the main members.

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