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Who Won the Jon Stewart Bill OReilly Debate: Livestream and Results

Behold The Rumble in the Air Conditioned Auditorium, Comedy Central's Jon Stewart and Fox News' Bill O'Reilly upcoming pay-per-view debate where the diametrically opposed political television hosts will face off on October 6 in an event that will surely attract a larger audience -- and quite frankly might end up being more relevant as well as more entertaining -- that President Obama and Mitt Romney's "real life" October 3 forum at the University of Denver in Colorado. 

[For the Full "The Rumble" Debate Recap See Here]

This charity-oriented pay-per-view event will be streamed live, Saturday, October 6 at 8pm ET from Lisner Auditorium at The George Washington University, and through TheRumble2012. Currently, O'Reilly and Stewart -- as well as the charities he will end up supporting with the epic face off -- are taking $4.95 pre-orders for the right to live stream the event next Saturday. 

According to the event's promo, O'Reilly and Stewart "will take an entertaining and comedic approach to today's pressing political issues in an attempt to find the best direction for America." The Rumble 2012 is already a must-see event. So, if you want to take advantage of the promotion, you must act and pre-order by October 1 (by doing so, you will be able to suggest a question that either Stewart or O'Reilly will answer live during the event.  

Check out the debate promo below. O'Reilly and Stewart, who have been guests on each other's programs, will surely have genuine fun facing each other over the Election 2012 and other pressing American issues from their respective liberal and conservative positions. However, they have agreed at least on the comedic nature of the event, as evidenced by the promo that announces the online live streaming of the event "because that's why Al Gore 'invented' the Internet."

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