“A friend of mine was given six months by his doctor… not to live, to sign up for Obamacare.”
That was the first line of Monday night’s opening monologue from late night comedian Jay Leno, host of NBC’s “Tonight Show.”
One of the few willing to ridicule President Obama in the same vein as every other president, Leno targeted the disastrous roll-out of Obamacare, focusing on the web site that cost taxpayers millions of dollars but doesn’t work — “glitches” according to the media.
Leno told the audience that Obama is bringing in the best and the brightest to fix the web site, before asking an obvious question: “Why didn’t we bring in the best and the brightest in the first place???”
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