Archive for the ‘Jay Leno’ Category

Pretty good interview posted over at Real Clear Politics.

It’s interesting to watch, not just for the discussion, but to hear the crowd’s reaction.


From HotAir:

“This week, CBS News became the first news organization besides Fox to ask President Obama ‘Who changed the Benghazi talking points?’” Leno teased.

“See, this is very dangerous to the White House if journalists should suddenly start asking real questions.”

That he made the joke speaks well of Leno, who’s willing to joke about everyone.  The disturbingly Soviet part is that the mainstream leftist media is so effective at suppressing the news that many of his audience don’t get the joke, or don’t know how to react to mockery, even gentle mockery, of dear leader in public.

Previously: Old Soviet Jokes are the New American Reality, about the People’s Cube story.

>Personally I like some of Jay Leno’s stuff though I do not watch his show regularly. One thing I do enjoy that he does is his “Jaywalking” segment. This time he’s interviewing Americans who don’t seem to know what the 4th of July holiday is all about. At the end of the clip Jay will ask a grandfather of a family who hadn’t been able to answer any of the simple questions and the grandfather answers every single one.

Please citizens of the United States please don’t be these people, be the grandfather who knows his history and his heritage.