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Dennis Miller Demolishes Leno on Phony 'War on Women' Meme, Obama Worship

It's tough to watch late night TV these days. David Letterman is just a bitter, angry old man. Jimmy Kimmel will take advantage of the "Late Show" host's decline once ABC moves "Nightline" out of his way, but that doesn't happen until January; and Jay Leno has now officially gone of the rails. Leno had Dennis Miller on "The Tonight Show" last night and, as expected, Miller was rock solid with jokes.
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