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Jimmy Fallon Gets Political With 'Mister Romney's Neighborhood' (VIDEO)

Offbeat  (tags: humor, funny, americans, media, Mr. Roger's Neighborhood, society, off-beat, culture )

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On Tuesday's "Late Night," Fallon unveiled his latest election spoof, a timely take on Romney's promise to defund PBS. In the sketch, Fallon reimagined the beloved children's show "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" as hosted... POLITICAL SATIRE

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Carol H (229)
Thursday October 11, 2012, 5:13 am
thanks Carrie, I enjoyed the video... love Jimmy Fallon...

Thomas P (280)
Thursday October 11, 2012, 7:41 pm
Saw this on MSNBC.....this was funny!

Gene J (290)
Friday October 12, 2012, 10:55 am
Hilarious. Okay, well, funny anyway. And I enjoyed it.

But I'm going to go off on a tangent here, I hope you don't mind Carrie. Two of the most liberal celebrities I know of are Jimmy Fallon and Alex Baldwin - both do commercials for Capitol One credit cards. I sometimes wonder if they don't bother screening offers from companies or if the money is all they think about. Because Capitol One is as predatory a credit card company as exists in this country. The way they treat people, poor people, the fees and such they tack on to late bills are incredible. I know. So seeing people I normally admire working for them, just sort of makes me shake my head and wonder. What are they thinking? Do they know anything about this company they are endorsing? And by so doing, its policies? Sigh.
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