Jay Leno on Friday ribbed Barack Obama, Bill and Hillary Clinton, and the poor state of the economy.
In his opening monologue on the "Tonight Show," the comedian began with a lot of politics first joking about the President's Middle East peace talks, then moving to the war in Afghanistan, and eventually a poke at airline security.
On the day the Labor Department announced an uptick in the unemployment rate, Leno had a number of jokes about how bad the economy is.
Finally, the monologue concluded with a nice tribute to a United States Marine Corps unit in the audience (video follows with commentary):
It sure is nice to see the late night comedians feeling that this White House is no longer off limits.