The best from Political Humor‘s collection of the week’s late night political humor.
“Speaking of Mitt Romney, his campaign is in the news for misspelling several words on his promotional items. Today, Romney issued a press release that said, ‘I’ll get to the bottom of this, or my name isn’t Malt Ramrod.’” –Jimmy Fallon
“There’s a rumor that President Obama will stop by today’s L.A. Kings hockey game. He doesn’t want to draw attention to himself. He just wants to blend in with all the other black, Hawaiian hockey fans.” –Conan O’Brien
David Letterman’s “Top Ten Subject Lines of Emails Received By Mitt Romney”
10. Meet other attractive Mitts in your area
9. Newt here, regarding the VP job
8. Reminder: It’s been over a month since you’ve purchased a Cadillac
7. Confirming your 2:30, 5:30, and 9 o’clock haircuts
6. 20% off at beach-house-car-elevators.com
5. Nice slacks, bro!
4. Your Marie Osmond tickets have shipped
2. If I vote for you, can I ride your dancing horse?
1. Warning: your hacked password is about to expire
“Mitt Romney has been giving his volunteers a free sweatshirt for making phone calls on his behalf. The sweatshirts are just like Romney, 100 percent reversible.” –Jimmy Fallon
“A new survey found that Mitt Romney is ahead of Obama among those who make $36,000-$90,000. Or as Romney put it, ‘And they said I can’t connect with the poor.’” –Jimmy Fallon
“Hey, guess who’s gay? The Green Lantern from the comic books. Today Mitt Romney knocked him down and shaved his head.” –David Letterman
“The No. 2 guy in al-Qaida has been killed. Who says Obama isn’t creating job openings?” –Jay Leno
“According to People magazine, Rielle Hunter, the mother of John Edwards’ love child, is releasing a new tell-all book this month. Haven’t we heard enough? How about a shut-up book?” –Jay Leno
“It’s a memoir about their relationship. She didn’t write it herself. She used a ghost skank.” –Jay Leno
“Facebook may change its accounts policy and allow kids under 13 to join. Under 13. Yeah, when they heard this, Chinese officials said, ‘Great. Now our workers will never get anything done.’” –Conan O’Brien