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Jon Stewart has a few ideas for fixing Italy. After contemplating the country's recent woes — the recent resignation of Pope Benedict XVI (and the rumors of a Vatican sex scandal that chased after him) plus the meltdown of Italy's election for Prime Minister (which somehow did not decide a winner) — the Daily Show host offered some advice, and condemnation, to Italians, a third of whom voted for Silvio Berlusconi, the perpetually scandalized politician. "How is ... chairman Bunga Bunga ... not disqualified from this entire thing?," Stewart asked, referring to Berlusconi's taste for parties filled with young women. A good question! But not, as Stewart found out, one that is easily answered. Watch the full segment below:

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