Wednesday, January 13, 2010

jay leno and conan o'brien and NBC... who cares? Over Middle Age White Guys....

You don't if you watch Dave Letterman... With the first Earthquake in Haiti in over 200 years, wiping out totally the UN headquaters and most of the country, taking back seat to this Late Night Show storm story, I am left wondering what the big deal is about. Is anyone really reading about this?

NBC Network needs to move Jay Leno out of 9 PM in the Central Time Zone. The accountants and the lawyers at NBC will make the decision based upon a simple dollar analysis... I think that Jay Leno is going, because I am a 50+ white guy, that has seen that over Middle Age White Guys are not winning at corporate America.

Jay Leno, you have lots of cars to play with, give it up.


You will be seeing more Anti-Health Reform Ads on late night shows...

Turning to the health-care debate, National Journal's Peter Stone reported this news yesterday: Health insurance companies funneled millions of dollars to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to run TV ads aimed at defeating the health-care legislation moving through Congress. "That money, between $10 million and $20 million, came from Aetna, Cigna, Humana, Kaiser Foundation Health Plans, UnitedHealth Group and Wellpoint, according to two health care lobbyists familiar with the transactions. The companies are all members of the powerful trade group America's Health Insurance Plans."

Meanwhile, President Obama is set to meet with embattled Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at 9:30 am ET. Later, he sits down with other House and Senate Democratic leaders. The appears to be an attempt by the White House to see how much give there is with the House and Senate on the remaining sticking points in the legislation (how to pay for it, how the exchange will be set up, etc.).

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