The first half was good. I agree with her interpretation of p.425-432 (I don't remember the exact pages... wherever it talks about end of life choices), and frankly don't understand how Stewart was interpreting those pages.
The second half, however, she definitely got killed. She gave no evidence about how the medicare cuts would translate to rejected operations for seniors. She used a "moving letter" from some random doctor which didn't do anything to support her view. She tried to emotionally manipulate the audience with the whole "Jon Stewart is rich and you're poor, and I'm on your side" bull shit (I paraphrased that quote, obviously). I mean, she sucked hard.