Funnies: Golfer Obama's Handicap? Joe Biden


Here's a roundup of the late-night comics.

The Jay Leno Show

Jay Leno: President Obama has played more golf in nine months than George Bush in nearly three years. Actually, Obama's a good golfer. You know what his handicap is? Joe Biden.

Late Show

David Letterman: Because of the weather and due to the low ceiling, listen to this, earlier this afternoon a Northwest Airlines airplane passenger accidentally landed at the correct airport.

The Tonight Show

Conan O'Brien: President Obama has approved a new plan to pay members of the Taliban to switch sides and support the United States. In a related story, 10 million unemployed Americans just joined the Taliban.

Jimmy Kimmel Live

Reporter:A message back to Assemblyman Tom Amiano had a creatively placed insult in there. [Video shows Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger giving a speech, Amiano seated in audience, then a copy of a letter with the first letter of each sentence on the left margin spelling out f**k you]

Jimmy: That's just the Austrian way of saying "Hasta la vista, baby."

Late Show

David Letterman: Do people still bob for apples? Anybody bob for apples, for God's sake? That's a short trip to the swine flu, isn't it?

Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Fallon: The health care bill was introduced yesterday. It's 1,990 pages long and costs $894 billion dollars. Or $2.2 million per word. That makes them the most expensive words to come out of Washington since "mission accomplished."

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