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On Monday night, Jon Stewart waded into Rick Perry's latest controversy: a Washington Post article finding that a hunting camp formerly associated with the Texas governor had a racist moniker etched into a stone at the entrance, and wasn't painted over for some time. After introducing the controversy, The Daily Show host kicks over the issue to correspondent Wyatt Cenac (part II below), who reminds viewers of the many, many other offensive names that have been to attached to American mountains, lakes, rivers and gulches (example: N-word lake, New York) in places that aren't Texas. Stewart asks: "Well, what does this say about America?" Cenac quips: "It says there aren't enough black people making maps." Cue a Cenac-led version of the "lost verses" of "America the Beautiful" with all the offensive names included:

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