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David Letterman “Ever since we’ve been on the air, we’ve had the candidate for election as a guest on the show.  And, sometimes they win, sometimes they don’t win, but they’ve always been here.  In Bob Dole’s case, remember he came on the very day after the election when he lost.  He couldn’t have been more charming, and everybody said wait a minute, let me rethink my vote, but it was too late.  So, a couple weeks ago we had President Obama who was on the show.  He’s running for the office.  33 days ’til the election?  36.  36days ’til election, we have not heard from Mitt Romney and his people.  They have an open invitation to be here.  36 days remaining, he’s going to have to…you know, if you want to be in the White House, you’ve gotta sit right over there and talk to me.  I’m sorry, it’s the way it is.  So, Mitt is on record as saying when he gets to be President the first thing he will do, is he will talk tough to China.  He will put China in their place.  (Letterman points to his guest chair) Really?  What about that?  What about over there, Mitt?  He can handle China, but he can’t handle me.”

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Posted October 2, 2012 by tmusicfan in Politics, Quote of the Day

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David Letterman “But you know, the Republicans are going to be in Tampa next week for the big national nominating convention, and there’s going to be a hurricane, there’s word that a hurricane that might hit Tampa when the Republicans are in town.  They think it will be hurricane Issac and I said you know what, the Republicans have proven themselves to be pretty good at handling hurricanes.  So I wouldn’t worry a thing.  Heck of a job there Bucky, what was that guys name?  Bobby?  Heck of a job Brownie.  The Republican party has released this statement though, take a look at this statement.”

“A potential hurricane is heading for Florida.  Forecasters warn it could disrupt the Republican Convention in Tampa, however, there’s no cause for alarm.  According to Republican Todd Aiken Florida rarely suffers damage from a legitimate hurricane.  Representative Todd Aiken, science is fun.”

Clip is from 4:19 to 5:30

http://www.cbs.com/late_night/late_show/video/?pid=hIojPzNSbrg6&vs=Default&play=true