Obama delves into profound political philosophy with Jimmy Fallon

President Obama appeared on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” tonight even before tonight arrived.
Aw, the sweet magic of taped television.
Fallon hardly is the Walter Cronkite of his time but times change. Superficial is in, substance is out. Depth these days can only be found in oceans.
Obama and Fallon chatted about Mitt Romney for some strange reason. How boring can you be?
“I’ve met him, but we’re not friends,” Obama said of Romney. “His wife is lovely.” He added that Romney “seems like somebody who cares about his family.”
Can’t get much more provocative than that, now can you?
With late night television chatter such as this, no wonder more and more couples are forsaking sex to tune in.
Obama also didn’t throw the Secret Service under the bus despite its extracurricular activities in Cartagena, Colombia — which has replaced Amsterdam as the sex capital of the world.
After all, the Secret Service has got his back as well as his family’s backs. Obama may be a Democrat, but he isn’t as stupid as a donkey.
“The Secret Service, these guys are incredible,” Obama said. “They protect me, they protect our girls. A couple of knuckleheads shouldn’t detract from that they do. What they were thinking, I don’t know. That’s why they’re not there anymore.”
I guess Obama next will appear on Rachael Ray and discuss his favorite Kenyan recipes.