View Full Version : Dennis Miller

10-22-2008, 09:58 PM
Comedian Dennis Miller was on Jay Leno's show on Oct. 3rd, and he was really funny. He was asked by Jay who he favors in the election, and here are excerpts from his response...

"I'm voting for McCain. People need to understand that all of Hollywood is not for Obama, and anyone who served their country in a Vietnam prison as a prisoner for 5 years deserves my vote. (Huge applause) Hey, he gave us 5 years, I'm willing to give him 4 back.

"I don't like the fact that Obama has played his color card all by himself. Obama said, 'People might not vote for me because my name sounds funny.' McCain and his people have never gone there. Obama playing that card turns me off.

"I'm not worried about the color of his skin. I'm worried about the thickness. Quite frankly, he gets a little too whiney. (Huge applause) And his wife...She is a bad night. If she were barking in my ear while I was driving, I'd take a sharp left and go off the cliff.

"Barack missed the boat when he didn't pick Hillary, and I'm no Hillary fan. But quite frankly, she earned to be picked, and I believe the American women can relate to her. She has been cheated on more often than a blind woman playing scrabble with a bunch of gypsies.

"Sarah Palin isn't perfect, but I don't want her to be perfect. We've had smart people as vice presidents before. Nixon was smart, and he turned out to be a nightmare. Gore was smart, but I never got him. I want someone normal as VP who is like me.

"People say McCain may die after being elected. Hey, everyone knows Barack smokes, and look at what the actuarial tables say about a 47 year old smoker. He dies, we get Biden, and he's as old as McCain. He dies, and we get Nancy Pelosi, and then I'm leaving the galaxy."

10-22-2008, 10:35 PM
boy he is spot on and I Love It

s cesnick
10-22-2008, 10:48 PM
He usually tells it how it is all the time. I listen to his radio show anytime I get the chance.

CD in NM
10-23-2008, 09:16 AM
His humor actually has a sound, down to earth tone that speaks to people at a realisitc level.

With all the economic problems, the market mess, etc - I'm suprised that they haven't announced that Ken Lay has now surpassed Elvis in sightings on Wall Street??