It seems even comedianis a offended by Newsweek's pathetic cover photo of Congresswoman ...The mainstream media holds conservatives to different standards than their liberal colleagues...It seems the media is waging a war against conservative women. Conservatives hate the liberal media so much they're even willing to accept an argument based on science! And you know, the worst part about when the Right complains about the mainstream media?...Case in point, this week's Newsweek cover which seems to have captured Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann at the exact moment she sees the Amazing Ribaldo turn his hat into a dove...And clearly not an accidentally s- ty picture of Michele Bachmann. Because you can say a lot of things about Michele Bachmann -- a lot of things -- but here's what you can't say about Michele Bachmann: that she is not photogenic...Here she is screaming into a bullhorn and making it look attractive. My point is you've got to go pretty far out of your way to find a crappy photo of Michele Bachmann...I look at that picture and think "Isn't that a little soon to be doing a female remake of the 40-Year-Old Virgin?'" That's not a nice picture...You put in "The Queen of Rage" juxtaposed with a picture of a lady that appears to be enchanted by simple math being done on a black board that's hung too high...But be honest, Newsweek: you used that photo in a petty attempt to make Michele Bachmann look crazy...But be honest, Newsweek: you used that photo in a petty attempt to make Michele Bachmann look crazy...Or "I believe that there's a very strong chance that we will see young people put into mandatory service and the real concern is that there are provisions for what I would call re-education camps for young people...Stewart had the opportunity here to take the high road by simply admonishing Newsweek and Brown for a poor error in judgment. Rather than doing so, he used the incident to himself attack the Congresswoman without an provocation...This was much like his pathetic apology in June after he badly misrepresented polls of Fox News viewers during his interview with Chris Wallace. After fact-checking organization PolitiFact found his statements false, he proceeded to childishly spend three minutes of a subsequent "Daily Show" listing all the times PF determined FNC's comments were likewise. What's truly unfortunate is that a man of his admittedly advanced intellect can't see when he is actually making a fool of himself.