Friday, December 11, 2009

Late Night Takes – Coping with Copenhagen

Late Night Jokes

The Jay Leno Show

● Presidential Polls - President (Soetoro a/k/a) Obama’s approval rating hit a new low of 47 percent, according to the latest Gallup poll. But White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said that a 6-year-old with a crayon could come up with the same poll results. I bet it’s the same 6-year-old with a crayon that came up with the last budget.

Cartoon by Lisa Benson as found on Townhall.com 12/9/09

● Budget Buster - Speaking on the budget in his speech on the economy this week, President (Soetoro a/k/a) Obama said that we have to continue to “spend our way out” of this recession. I don’t know much about economics, but aren't we like a trillion dollars in debt? Spending our way out of the recession? Isn’t that like trying to drink your way out of alcoholism?

● Snuff Copenhagen - At the Copenhagen climate summit, they’re talking about saving the environment. The delegates had 1,200 limos and 140 private jets. Or, as they call that in Malibu, Earth Day.

Late Night with

Jimmy Fallon

● Congressional Priority – the NCAA Football Playoffs? - This is interesting: Congress was hard at work yesterday Congress trying to figure out a fair play-off system for college football. Meanwhile, the NCAA spent the afternoon kicking around ideas on how to win the war in Afghanistan.
These jokes are courtesy of NewsMax.com which periodically sends out an email compilation of late night jokes, few of which are worth repeating . . . these are the exceptions.

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