Wednesday, October 12, 2011

LETTERMAN: Bill Clinton on What Makes America Great

Bill Clinton says that Americans don't resent other people's success. David Letterman's response: "What about Leno?"

CONAN: Herman Cain's Economic Plan

Herman Cain's new economic plan has nothing to do with the number 9.

Gotcha Links

Here are Gotcha Media's favorite links from around the web today.
Ricky Perry admits that debating isn't his "strong suit." [Washington Examiner]
Who's going to play Tupac in John Singleton's just announced biopic? [Vulture]
One of the women who sexted with Anthony Weiner just landed a book deal. [Mediaite]
A woman from Michigan is suing the Drive distributor because the movie didn't have enough driving in it for her. [AdFreak]
Get ready for the 25th anniversary Paul Simon Graceland tour. [Billboard]
Matt Taibbi is the latest columnist to offer the Occupy Wall Street protesters some advice. [Rolling Stone]

ONN: Obama Punches Wall Street Banker in the Face

The Onion News Network reports on President Obama's new strategy to raise his approval rating.

President's Approval Rating Soars After Punching Wall Street Banker in Face

Rick Perry Remembers the 16th Century American Revolution

Rick Perry waited until after last night's GOP debate to make his biggest gaffe of the night.

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Herman Cain's 9-9-9 Plan Dominates New Hampshire Debate

Here are all 85 times the number 9 was mentioned at last night's GOP debate.

JIMMY FALLON: Samuel L. Jackson Joins Twitter

Jimmy Fallon helps Samuel L. Jackson, currently starring as MLK on Broadway in The Mountaintop, announce his brand new motherfuckin' Twitter account.

LETTERMAN: Herman Cain Top Ten

Herman Cain is now prominent enough in the GOP nomination race to get his own Letterman Top Ten list of "little known facts."

JIMMY KIMMEL: Name a Wall Street Occupier

Jimmy Kimmel announces a new way to get involved with Occupy Wall Street from the comfort of your home.

James O'Keefe Occupies Wall Street

Conservative filmmaker James O'Keefe must have been feeling a little left out, so he dressed up as a banker and hit Zuccotti Park to see what would happen to him. Here's the best/worst he could find.