A word of advice for White House staffers: when John Stewart has to take a second or two to tell viewers that he's not making things up, you might have a serious problem:
Stewart: "So far, at least five four-star generals have declined the position, some citing that this administration -- and this is true -- doesn't appear to know what it's doing. To address this...." [audience laughter and applause] "...The generals said that. That's the generals saying that, and you know I never go against my commanders in the field."
When he has to do it twice in a single monologue, things are probably going downhill really fast:
Stewart: "To address this... problem... the White House is - and this is also true - changing the job's title from "czar" to "execution manager."
And when he says this, it's time to update resumes and jump ship:
Stewart: "I mean, at this point this administration is making me obsolete."
The rest of the segment is pretty good, too.