Jon Stewart Schooled Tea Partiers For Racist Reactions To Nelson Mandela’s Death

Obama defies the dictators at Mandela service

Members of the public sing and dance as they arrive for the memorial service at FNB Stadium.

Via Media Matters Sounds like leaving congress wasn’t his only life change. Via Crooks and Liars “Education” Looks like they already have. Via The Galloping Beaver Fox News Asks The Hard Questions We’re guessing the top guy has a very strong opinion on the matter. Via The Chive Survivor Is Such A Depressing Term He got the high score.
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Darr Beiser, USA TODAY A personholds up a poster outside the Mandela House. H. Darr Beiser, USA TODAY Doris Malinga wears the colors of the African National Congress at Regina Mundi Catholic Church where she attended Mass on Sunday. H. Darr Beiser, USA TODAY Members of the public gather at former president Nelson Mandela’s Houghton home to pay their respects in Johannesburg. Jeff J Mitchell, Getty Images People gather to pay their respects at the Mandela statue in Parliament Square in London. Andy Rain, epa Candles are placed in front of the image of the late South African leader Nelson Mandela during a vigil by Palestinians and members of the African community in the Old City of Jerusalem. Ahmad Gharabli, AFP/Getty Images Mourners gathered in front of the South African Embassy in Tehran, Iran. Majid Saeedi, Getty Images Flowers and candles are being placed in front of the South African Embassy in Paris. Kenzo Tribouillard, AFP/Getty Images Memorabilia is sold outside the house of the late South African president in Johannesburg. Kim Ludbrook, epa A child draws in the condolence register on a page where her mother left a message for “Tata” or “Father” Mandela at the Nelson Mandela Center of Memory in Johannesburg, South Africa. Peter Dejong, AP Fullscreen Prayer lamps are lighted during a prayer meeting held by the Tibetan government in-exile. The serviceat the main Tibetan Tsuglagkhang Temple at McLeod Ganj near Dharamsala, India, was dedicated toNelson Mandela and Tibetan self immolator Kunchok Tseten, who died in a protest recently. Sanjay Baid, epa Galatasaray’s Didier Drogba from Ivory Coast salutes soccer fans as he wears a jersey in a sign of respect for Nelson Mandela before their Turkish League match with Elazigspor in Istanbul. AP Leftist party activists carry a placard bearing the portrait of Nelson Mandela during a rally held in his memory in Kolkata, India. Dibyangshu Sarkar, AFP/Getty Images Mourners leave messages outside the Union Buildings in Pretoria, South Africa. Alexander Joe, AFP/Getty Images People walk near a sand sculpture tribute to Nelson Mandela made by students in Allahabad, India. Rajesh Kumar Singh, AP South Africans gather to pay respects to former president Nelson Mandela outside his Houghton home in Johannesburg, South Africa. Jeff J. Mitchell, Getty Images A woman cries after placing flowers in front of a picture of Nelson Mandela during an interfaith service Dec. 6 at the Grand Parade in Cape Town, where Mandela made his first speech as a free man in 1990. Jennifer Bruce, AFP/Getty Images A man reads a newspaper Dec. 7 about Nelson Mandela in Melbourne, Australia. Robert Prezioso, Getty Images Mourners sing in memory of Nelson Mandela outside his old house in Soweto, Johannesburg, on Dec. 6. Ben Curtis, AP A man lights a bundle of incense at a vigil outside the South African Consulate, held in memory of South Africa’s former leader Nelson Mandela. Andrew Burton, Getty Images Schoolchildren hold candles and portraits of Nelson Mandela at a school in Ahmadabad, India, on Dec. 6. Ajit Solanki, AP Mourners sing outside the house of Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg. Kim Ludbrook, epa Mourners place flowers outside Nelson Mandela’s house in Johannesburg. Kim Ludbrook, epa A figurine of Nelson Mandela is seen in the workshop of artist Genny Di Virgilio in Naples, Italy, as an artist makes a small placard. Ciro Fusco, epa Indian men hold placards and candles as they pay tribute to Nelson Mandela in Bangalore, India. Jagadeesh Nv, epa Flowers surround the Nelson Mandela statue in London’s Parliament Square. Facundo Arrizabalaga, epa Flowers left in tribute to Nelson Mandela hang on the construction fencing in front of a statue of Mandela at the South African Embassy before daybreak in Washington. J. David Ake, AP A Palestinian demonstrator places portraits of Nelson Mandela alongside late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat in the wire fence during the weekly demonstration against Israel’s separation barrier in the West Bank village of Bilin, near Ramallah. Majdi Mohammedm, AP Tourists offer floral tributes at a sand sculpture of Nelson Mandela on a beach in Puri, India. AP South African children hold placards showing the face of Nelson Mandela as they celebrate his life in the street outside his old house in the Soweto neighborhood of Johannesburg. Ben Curtis, AP A woman touches a statue of Nelson Mandela at the Royal Festival Hall in London. Jon Super, AP Flowers and tributes lie at the foot of a statue of Nelson Mandela in London’s Parliament. Leon Neal, AFP/Getty Images This picture shows a framed image of former South African president Nelson Mandela as people pay tributes following his death, in Johannesburg. Alexander Joe, AFP/Getty Images South Africans hold pictures of former South African president Nelson Mandela as they pay tribute following his death in Johannesburg. Alexander Joe, AFP/Getty Images South Africans hold pictures of former South African president Nelson Mandela as they pay tribute following his death in Johannesburg on Thursday. Alexander Joe, AFP/Getty Images A woman with a banner pays tribute to Nelson Mandela outside South African High Commission in London on Friday. Sang Tan, AP Candles burn amongst floral tributes for Nelson Mandela outside the South African High Commission in London. Sang Tan, AP South Africans gather for a candlelight vigil outside the house of former South African president Nelson Mandela following his death in Johannesburg. Alexander Joe, AFP/Getty Images Sowetans mourn the death of former president Nelson Mandela outside his former home, now a museum, in Soweto, South Africa. AP England cricketers observe a moment of silence to mark the death of former South African president Nelson Mandela on the second day of the second Ashes cricket Test match between England and Australia in Adelaide. Saeed Khan, AFP/Getty Images A woman lights a candle for Nelson Mandela outside South African High Commission in London. Sang Tan, AP Fullscreen South Africans hold a candlelight vigil outside the house of former South African president Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg. Mandela, the revered icon of the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa and one of the towering political figures of the 20th century, died at age 95. Alexander Joe, AFP/Getty Images Australian and English cricket fans observe a minute’s silence to mark the death of former South African president Nelson Mandela on the second day of the second Ashes cricket Test match in Adelaide on Dec. 6. William West AFP/Getty Images A message on a floral tribute is left for Nelson Mandela outside South African High Commission in London. Sang Tan, AP Fullscreen South African police set up a cordon outside the house of former South African president Nelson Mandela after his death. Mandela, the revered icon of the anti-apartheid struggle in South Africa and one of the towering political figures of the 20th century, died at age 95. Alexander Joe, AFP/Getty Images A man prays under the marquee at the historic Apollo Theater on Dec. 5, which announced the death of former South African president and civil rights champion Nelson Mandela. Andrew Burton, Getty Images Mourners gather in front of a statue of Nelson Mandela at the South African Embassy in Washington, which is currently under renovation. Charles Dharapak, AP Mourners gather outside the home of former President Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg. Antoine de Ras, AP People light a candle for former president Nelson Mandela

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