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Late Night Political Humor

“In an interview on ‘Entertainment Tonight’ this week, Mary Hart was told by Sarah Palin she may run in 2012 if there was no one to do it. That’s not how you run for President. That’s how you offer to babysit.” – Seth Meyers

“Sarah Palin said this week she would run for President if no one else would do it. I swear to God. And even Karl Rove said he didn’t think it was a good idea for Sarah Palin to run for President. He said, he didn’t think she has the gravitas. And Sarah said, ‘Oh, really. I don’t even believe in the theory of gravitas'” – Bill Maher

“Karl Rove said this week that Sarah Palin does not have the gravitas to be President of the United States. Sarah Palin is furious. She said as soon as she finds out what gravitas means she will respond, and harshly.” – Jay Leno

“While campaigning in Florida this past weekend, Palin also plugged her upcoming reality show Sarah Palin’s ‘Alaska.’ If you haven’t seen it, the entire show takes place in Palin’s rear view mirror.” – Seth Meyers

“Oh, poor, Meg Whitman. She’s losing badly. This week we found out that one of her sons was accused of date rape. And we also found out that Jan Brewer, the Governor of Arizona, one of her sons also in a mental hospital for rape. I don’t want to judge these women by their children, but Christine O’Donnell’s magic army of flying monkeys is looking pretty good.” – Bill Maher

“Federal investigators have stopped a man named Farooq Ahmed from a terrorist plot against the DC Metro system. You hear about this? Where he planned to bring Washington, DC to a stand still. Hey, you’re a little late, okay? After two years of Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, John Boehner and Mitch McConnell, we’re already there. All right? Mission accomplished.” – Jay Leno


One Comment

  1. Tony wrote:

    I don’t understand why you bother using any quotes from Jay Leno. He’s not funny. Not even a little bit. Luckily, the rest of what you do here is awesome, so i’ll keep reading, but let’s get more Jimmy Fallon and less Jay Leno.

    Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at 8:22 pm | Permalink