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 had a bit of fun with Mitt Romney for refusing to come back on his show during his Top Ten segment this week, although I don't think continuing to call him "Mitch" is going to do much to encourage him to show up there any time soon.
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.
David Letterman had a bit of fun with the ABC interview they did with Newt Gingrich's second wife, Marianne.
And word of warning, it probably would not be considered safe for work.
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."
After seeing that Michele Bachmann decided to add her name to the list of GOP presidential candidates that felt the need to go kiss Donald Trump's ring in order to somehow bolster their credentials with the Republican base, David Letterman made her the subject of this Thursday's Top Ten list.
LETTERMAN: What do you do when you're in trouble? You come to New York City and you visit with Donald Trump. Really? Really?... I wouldn't come visit with Donald Trump if I needed an apartment. [...]
Okay, so now, the top ten things Michele O'Bachmann said during her trip to New York City. She was in New York City. She doesn't know this. She does now. We had a mole following her... not an undercover guy, an actual mole... with a recording device... strapped right to the mole.
Sadly his list isn't as crazy as some of the things we've actually heard out of her mouth out on the campaign trail. And I agree with Dave as to wondering why any of them feel that kissing up to national joke Donald Trump would somehow help them in the upcoming primary races.
Open thread below.....
David Letterman's Top Ten things overheard at the White House state dinner. At least we're spared having snooty Sally Quinn calling for another White House social secretary to be fired this time around.
David Letterman's Top Ten "Thoughts That Went Through George W. Bush's Mind As He Wrote His Memoirs".