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Posted on 11/03/2012 4:18:57 PM PDT by Kaslin
CBS Late Show host David Letterman took a humorous swipe at MSNBC's Chris Matthews Friday.
In a recurring segment riffing on Zogby polls, Letterman said that 51 percent of people supporting Mitt Romney are doing so because they "Want to see Chris Matthews cry like a baby" (video follows with transcript and commentary):
Letterman: Half of Romney Supporters Just Want to See Chris Matthews Cry Like a Baby
DAVID LETTERMAN: Why do you want Mitt Romney to win the election? 23 percent said, He'll fix the economy," hell fix the economy. 26 percent said, Overturn ObamaCare. And 51 percent said they Want to see Chris Matthews cry like a baby. Hes very, very histrionic that Chris Matthews.
To be honest, that's not one of my primary reasons - but I'm certainly looking forward to it.
For his part, this wasn't the first time Letterman's taken a swing at Matthews' pathetic biases.
After the first presidential debate, Letterman played a video of the Hardball host's head exploding. This came days after Jay Leno played a video of a straight-jacketed Matthews being taken away by men in white coats.
It's nice to see that it isn't only conservatives that think Matthews is a total joke.
Hardly. We ALL want to see that.
Works for me!!!!
That will be icing on the cake! Mmmmm mmmmm mmmmm!
It would make me truly happy to see that maniac along with the “Morning Joe” Obama cheerleaders cry!
Maybe they will fire him after the election..
LOL! That is funny. Love that graphic of the poll. Heh heh heh.
Well, he’s right. LOL.
That is a really good reason
I think they’ll need a straight jacket for him.
There should be an “all of the above” category.
A quite anxious member of that 51%, am I.
I want to see all three unemployed!
And a bunch more!
I've been meaning to ask this question: what time (ballpark) do people think the election will be called? Assuming no Bush v. Gore debacle, of course.
I went to bed early for the last one because the outcome was pre-ordained (pun intended). I'm wondering if I should go to bed, and wake up . . . or just pull the all-nighter?
I wake up around 4:30am every day for work, that's why I'm asking.
Even a nasty dumbass like Letterman get something right once in a while.
Score one for Dave.
Dragged off the set by security screaming and slobbering would be much better.
That won’t get me back to Letterman, but it’s good!
Letterman’s just the same as he’s always been.
Must have hired a writer or two who doesn’t fly around all the time with his head Up and Locked.