October 14, 2009

LKL – Craig Ferguson's thoughts on David Letterman!

Posted: 11:12 AM ET
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truth4mj   October 14th, 2009 11:32 am ET

Michael Jackson was intentionally murdered and it goes much deeper than Dr. Murray. Learn the truth at this-is-not-it dot com. Contact the LAPD, DA’s office, and CA political officials and fight for his justice. Also, follow Rebbie Jackson on Twitter.

Diana   October 14th, 2009 2:33 pm ET

Hi Larry,
Saw your show last night with Craig Ferguson. When you asked him what he thought of the whole Michael Jackson thing and you then said "He's still dead, by the way," I was somewhat surprised by your comment. I thought it was a little insensitive, and I would think if the Jackson family saw the show, they would be a little displeased as well. Don't forget, Larry, that Michael's family and children have feelings. Let's not hurt them any more than they already are.
I still enjoy your show and will continue to watch.

Dr. Etuka C. Obinwa   October 14th, 2009 9:52 pm ET

I live in York PA. You need to come to York to see a great number of Americans without health insurance. I do not have a job, even with my doctorate degree in Science and 2 masters' degrees. Therefore no health insurance for me. The Welfare Office just gave me medical assistance for a short while. Public Option is what the poor families in the U.S need now.

Dr. Etuka Obinwa
York, PA

Gary   October 14th, 2009 10:50 pm ET

There is already a government option...MEDICAID/AHHHCS, whatever your state calls it. There are also free clinics scattered around metro and rural areas. The US Government took tax incentives for doctors to volunteer their time for charity. Docs gladly used to volunteer once or twice monthly at free clinics to care for those without insurance. Get the federal government out of medicine, get the government off the backs of physicians and give them back the financial incentives to take care of the indigent.

Jessie from Auckland, NZ   October 15th, 2009 12:36 am ET

What a delightful man.

Jessie from Auckland, NZ   October 15th, 2009 12:47 am ET

@ Diana October 14th, 2009 2:33 pm ET
Yes, that was a bit of an odd statement by Larry about Michael Jackson – ("He's still dead, by the way.") Maybe, he is expecting him to come back to life. If not now, it will be in the future to come.

Beth   October 15th, 2009 1:27 am ET

Jessie, strange comment indeed, and Craig looked shocked. Why wouldn't he be?

Dr. Etuka C. Obinwa   October 15th, 2009 8:47 am ET

If there is a government option as Gary is claiming – why is Obama's government fighting very hard to made public option accepted by those who did not think that the poor families will benefit from good health? I feel what Gary is saying is only operational in his county. For example, many developed countries in the world claim longevity due to good health care provided not only to their rich families but also their poor. America will continue to be a great country if its citizenry are healthy. A sick nation does not prosper in every aspect of development. 'Health is the greatest wealth' we have . The rich should stop milking the poor in America because of excess capitalism.

Dr. Etuka Obinwa

Dr. Etuka C. Obinwa   October 15th, 2009 8:58 am ET

Things happen in America. If the likes of David Letterman could get away with his evil deeds because he is famous and wealthy, it means that the rich will always continue to perpetrate evil and have a slap on their wrists. Well, unless the capitalism fever leaves America, things will continue to be as they are – where the rich no matter their evils are held high and the poor are down trodden.

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