Comedian Jay Leno Says Hillary Clinton Seems Very Slow and Has Lost Her Fire on ‘Real Time’ with Bill Maher
HILLARY CLINTON HAS LOST THE FIRE …
LEFTY comedian Jay Leno stated on HBO’s ‘Real Time’ with Bill Maher, I don’t see the fire and she seems to be very slow making reference to Hillary Clinton. Leno than asked what was the age between Hillary and Elizabeth Warren, 15 years? Nope, 18 months. Isn’t it interesting that it is the LEFT, not the RIGHT that is making Hillary’s age an issue. Trust me, Republicans have enough material to go after the Democratic presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton in 2016. The GOP does not need to reference her age, all they need to do is remind Americans of her miserable record and her foreign policy forever linked to Obama. How did that Hillary Russian reset turn out or Benghazi. In the end, can anyone even name one of her accomplishments, come one anyone? But has Ms. Clinton would say, “what different does it make?”
Since most of these attacks come from the LEFT, it seems like this is their way to sabotage Hillary’s run, even though she is way out ahead in the polls because of same recognition. Leno’s comments sounds an awful lot like the meme of Hillary does not have that new car smell and and Barack Obama making the reference that the American people, “you know, they’re going to want that new car smell” and “one that doesn’t have as much mileage as me.”
Comedian Jay Leno says he likes presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, but she just seems so old.
Speaking of Clinton on HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher” Friday, Leno commented, “I don’t see the fire.”
“Her and Elizabeth Warren are almost the same age,” Leno said, comparing Hillary to the Massachusetts senator beloved by the left wing of the Democratic Party. “And I see Elizabeth Warren come out — ‘boom’ — throwing punches. ‘Boom, boom, boom, boom.’”
“And I like her,” Leno continued, speaking of Hillary. “But she seems to be sort of, she seems very slow and very — I don’t see that fire, you know, that fire that I used to see, that I see in Elizabeth Warren. Because I say to people, ‘how much younger is Elizabeth Warren than Hillary?’ And people go, ‘oh, 15 years.’ No! 18 months.”
Legal Insurrection nails the 2016 Democrat Dilemma, Hillary Clinton “very old, slow” and lacking that new car smell, while Elizabeth Warren is unelectable.
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Jay Leno Signs Off ‘The Tonight Show’ for the Last Time in an Emotional Farewell … I Bid You All A Heartfelt Goodbye (VIDEO)
Last night Jay Leno signed off ‘The Tonight Show’ for the second and last time. In a gracious show of class he handed off the reins to Jimmy Fallon.
I must admit that no one did the ‘Tonight Show’ better than the late Johnny Carson, but Jay Leno did a damn remarkable job taking over for a legend. Last night he said goodbye. For 22 years Leno provided his monologue, Jaywalking and witty sense of humor in which he was #1 for 20 of those years.
“I don’t like goodbyes. NBC does, I don’t,” Leno joshed as he took the stage in beautiful downtown Burbank. “Well, tonight is our last show for real. I don’t need to get fired three times, I get the hint.”
My person opinion is the suits at NBC are making a colossal mistake. But then again what’s new, we have already seen this act before when they tried to replace Leno with Conan O’Brien. Speaking of Conan, he showed his lack of class last night by responding to Leno’s departure by saying on his TBS show the following, “the Olympics start airing tonight on NBC. It’s very cool. That’s right, NBC has the Olympics. It’s a big deal. NBC will finally get to show somebody who is OK with passing the torch.”
One of the best things about Leno is he got humor. Now remember Leno is a huge Lib, but he was an equal opportunity joke maker no matter what side of the political spectrum you were. In his monologue last night one of his jokes was, Oh great, now I don’t have a job and I have to sign up for Obamacare.
NBC best hope that Jimmy Fallon is a ratings bonanza because their is no way Leno would come back for a third time. Jay Leno gives one final heartfelt, emotional goodbye.
Jay Leno quoted Johnny Carson by saying … “I bid you all a heartfelt goodnight.”
How ironic that Jay Leno has never been funnier and NBC is parting ways with him …
Barack Obama is now the nightly fodder for late night comedy and the other night was no different. Jay Leno just shreds Obama’s falling job approval numbers and compares them to that of Ricard Nixon. OUCH! But wait, Jimmy Carter says, that’s not fair, if he had a 5th year, he is sure that he would be lower, ha, ha, ha!!! Many feel that Obama’s second term is Carter’s third term in office.
President Barack Obama is ending his fifth year in office with the lowest approval ratings at this point in the presidency since President Richard Nixon, according to a new Washington Post/ABC poll released Tuesday.
Obama’s approval rating in the poll stands at 43%. By comparison, President George W. Bush had a 47% approval rating at the end of the fifth year of his presidency. And all other Post-World War II presidents had approval ratings above 50% — with the exception of Nixon, who, amid the Watergate scandal, had a dreadful 29% approval rating.