Tuesday, October 06, 2009

What Really Bothers Me About The Letterman Scandal

What bothers me as much as the "light-hearted" approach that Letterman is taking, is the applause and laughter from his audience. They genuinely seem to not be bothered about Lettermans's improper behavior. He got a very large applause when he made the first announcement and continues to draw laughs as he jokes about it. The real victims here are Letterman's family and to me it's as if everyone is laughing at them.


kacey leigh said...

I agree! He could at least pretend like he has a heart... or that he's remorseful. Instead he chooses to further humiliate his wife, child & extended family by making jokes about his disgusting behavior!

Brodad Unkabuddy said...

This is a perfect example of how far our society has fallen. This, coupled with the Hollywood elite's defense of Polanski and the outing of Obama's "Safe" School Czar (see my blog) shows even further how much we have lost our way. The man should be off the air! What really riles me is when I think about how he denigrated Sarah Palin's daughter and continues to denigrate their family. His show should be boycotted, but we all know THAT will never happen. He WILL fall and it will be a long one.

Brodad Unkabuddy said...

In case you forgot, Letterman's comment on Sarah Palin's daughter (to uproarious laughter):

"One awkward moment for Sarah Palin at the Yankee game," Letterman said, "during the seventh inning, her daughter was knocked up by Alex Rodriguez."