We miss Johnny Carson in this shutdown

Silvio Canto, Jr.
Johnny Carson made his debut on The Tonight Show 51 years ago.  It went on until May '92 when Carson retired. Along the way, Carson had a way of addressing our political issues with humor and incredible timing.  He made politics fun, specially when he would poke fun at both sides with great lines. Do we have someone like that today?  I know that Saturday Night Live will do a good intro from time to time. There are other comedians but I just don't stay up to watch any of them anymore.  Dennis Miller on The O'Reilly Factor is great but it's once a week. Let's remember some of Carson's lines.  I think that they'd apply to the circus in Washington DC:   "If life was fair, Elvis would be alive and all the impersonators would be dead." We can reapply that one to President Obama:   If life was fair, we would have a real president and Barrack Obama would play one on TV. Here is another one: "Talent alone won't make you a success....(Read Full Post)

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