Here's a roundup of the late night comics.
Jon Stewart: The Clintons, simple people who want but one thing -- to live peacefully in a country they themselves run.
Jay Leno: She counts the votes she got in Michigan even though his name wasn't even on the ballot. It's a pretty strong argument, I mean, whenever Barack Obama's name is not on the ballot, she beats him every single time.
Stephen Colbert: Wag of my finger to former Bush Press Secretary Scott McClellan for writing the tell-all memoir "What Happened..." It contains claims like "the Iraq war was not necessary" and "contradictory intelligence was largely ignored or simply disregarded." These are shocking revelations in that it's shocking that Scott McClellan thinks these are revelations.
Conan O'Brien: Southern Methodist University and President Bush have finally agreed to the terms for building his presidential library on the SMU campus. They finally agreed. SMU promised to build the library, and President Bush promised to stop calling the school "SMOOO."
David Letterman: I like John McCain, he reminds me of a guy who spends a lot of time in the yard with a hose.
Daily Show correspondent Larry Wilmore: There's no historical precedent for a black candidate picking a vice president. To get context for this type of pairing, we must look to the movies for guidance. ... I think brothers know there's only one pick that will drive audiences wild and make everyone happy. Obama must pick himself -- in a fat suit.