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Tuesday, 22 September 2009

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After Letterman used every night before the election last year to lambaste John McCain or his Sarah Palin "Lipstick on a Pig" remarks, Letterman had the president on his show this week.

And why not, he has been on TV for six months everywhere else?

Obama started the hilarious show by telling everybody he was black and had them rolling in the aisles.

He then got back to his health care plan, attempting to get the same message in that everyone has heard for six months.

This set off a near riot of laughter.

"No, I'm serious now! We need a better health care system and..."

"But the laughter had gotten to the point where he could no longer be heard. He then whispered into the ear of Letterman and five minutes later, Nancy Pelosi ran in and began pounding her gavel!

"That's Tina Fey!" someone yelled and people were not only laughing but some were up on their seats taking photos of "Tina Fey".

Finally someone brought Letterman a loud speaker and he announced: This is very rude. He is the President..."

But someone in the back with a very loud voice yelled, "YOU LIE!" and another roar went up from the crowd.

Then, among a hail of shoes flying at Letterman, the show was cut of the air.

On the way out, reporters who had ran over from everywhere were told by the audience that "This was the best Letterman ever!"

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