Back in the day I was a David Letterman fan and liked his dry, acerbic brand of humor more than Jay Leno's corny, more jocular style. That was when Bill Clinton was giving them both plenty of relatively lighthearted material to work with. But after Bush came into office, Letterman's Liberal colors really started showing and his "jokes" about the President - a bi-partisan staple of late-night comedy since the Carson days - stopped being funny and topical and instead became mean-spirited and political. Since then he has devolved into a full-blown Liberal partisan hack who would be more at home on MSNBC primetime than CBS latenight. Truth be told Jay Leno probably also leans Left like most Hollywood types, but he is a very shrewd businessman. Recognizing an opening when Letterman started going more and more overtly Left with his monologue jokes about Republicans, Leno started counter-programming by making more pointed jokes at 0bama's expense. I haven't seen any polls or surveys on it but I suspect that at this point, Letterman's audience is skewed Left and Leno's is the opposite. I'm posting a little poll to see if that holds true on Too Hot, at least. If you consider yourself politically neutral or never watch either show then I didn't put a box for you to check, because no offense but you are irrelevant for purposes of this poll. LOL. What brought the topic to mind was that I came across this article today talking about how Leno's ratings are up whereas Letterman's are trending downward, and I was wondering if there might be any tie-in to the fact that MSNBC's ratings are also in the crapper lately. Could it be that for the same reason I avoid ESPN after one of my teams has a big loss, our friends on the Left avoid watching MSNBC when 0bama's approval rating is down...and Liberal cheerleaders like David Letterman lose some of their appeal when there is little to cheer about?