From The Late Show With David Letterman, Dave's Top Ten from this Wednesday evening: Fun Facts About Thanksgiving.
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David Letterman took a few shots both before and during his Top Ten segment this Thursday night on The Late Show -- first with a short bit on how Mitt Romney is moving on after losing the election. That was followed by his Top Ten Romney scapegoats to blame for his election loss.
From this Monday evening's Late Show with David Letterman, a new segment called Ann and Mitt Romney's Lies.
From this Monday evening's Late Show with David Letterman, Rep. Kevin Yoder (R-Kan) Top Ten excuses for his skinny-dipping in the Sea of Galilee last year during a "fact finding" mission to Israel.
Someone should tell the Congressman that if he doesn't want to draw attention to himself, maybe he should avoid taking trips with other Reps being investigated by the FBI already.
Here's Dave's Top Ten List from this Wednesday evening's Late Show With David Letterman: Questions on the Application to Become Mitt Romney's Running Mate.
David Letterman had a bit of fun with Mitt Romney on the Late Show this Wednesday after the news broke that the presidential candidate's private emails were hacked.
Keith Olbermann sat down with David Letterman this Tuesday to give his side of the not-entirely-unexpected firing from Current TV. I don't think Keith Olbermann did himself any favors with the $10 million chandelier reference, but he did give us a bit of insight into his take on everything from problems with the set, to his drivers not being paid for by the network, to why he had some problems appearing on the air and problems with losing his voice.
Obviously, Olbermann will present his side as contritely as possible that he tried to make it work, but he missed a whole lot of days besides the ones he addressed here. And I think it's a bit ridiculous to claim that he didn't know before he signed that Current had limited viewing access across the country and much lower budgets than the networks he had previously been on.
I regret the loss of both his MSNBC and Current TV shows, mainly because he was one of the few willing to speak out about the excesses of the Bush administration years ago and risk getting fired or publicly shamed. He did it anyway when we sorely needed not just Keith, but others speaking out in the same manner. This site was always very supportive of his show and he had been generous to us as well, even acknowledging C&L in one of his books.
That said, he was famous for being prickly and difficult to work with and work for. I'm not so sure how much of a chance he was willing to give Gore's network, nor how much Gore and the others there let him down with promises not kept of production standards and professionalism. It's sad that what looked to be another potential news network not governed by right wing corporate talking points is going through this sort of turmoil. Hearing about all of it aggravates me just as badly as when I found out about the problems with Air America.
I'm not sure if perpetual GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney could have been any stiffer for his appearance on David Letterman's show this Monday night had he tried, but hey... you never know. Here he is with the night's Top Ten list of "Things Mitt Romney Would Like to Say to the American People."
No. 10 – "Isn't it time for a president who looks like a 1970s game show host?"
No. 9 – "What's up, gangstas? It's the M-I-Double Tizzle."
No. 8 – "I have no proof, but I have a feeling Canada is planning something."
No. 7 – "Actually, I'm only here to meet Tom Cruise."
No. 6 – "Live from New York, it's Saturday night!"
No. 5 – "My new cologne is now available at Macy's. It's Mittstified."
No. 4 – "I just used all my campaign money to buy a zoo with Matt Damon."
No. 3 – "I can do a lot, but even I can't fix the Indianapolis Colts."
No. 2 – "Newt Gingrich? Really?"
No. 1 – "It's a hair piece."
David Letterman and the crew at the Late Show's "scheduling guide for the GOP debates."
And all joking aside, here's a tweet from AlterNet's Joshua Holland shortly after the last Republican debate.
As someone who does media monitoring for the site, I'll just say, I concur.
CNN's Anderson Cooper talked to The Late Show's David Letterman about the experience of he and his crew getting pummeled by a crowd of pro-Mubarak protesters in Egypt. Cooper also discussed the United States' role in propping up Mubarak's dictatorship for the last 30 years or so, the US sending people there to be tortured, the new numbers of protesters that are showing up on the streets in Egypt and the role of the media in covering this story.
It would be nice to see Anderson Cooper do some real follow up on his show about our government outsourcing torture to states like Egypt since he bothered to mention it here, but I'm not going to hold my breath that he or anyone else in our corporate media is going to hold our them accountable any time soon.