MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann sat down with David Letterman on CBS to talk about the Friday Tiger Woods press conference as well as his take on the Tea Party movement. Letterman also asked about Sen. Evan Bayh, who recently announced he’s not seeking re-election: “Doesn’t that put an end to his political career, because he’s just saying, ‘I can’t work in a political system, I’m gonna open a wallpaper store?’ Isn’t that what he did?”
“Well, yeah, I think we’re giving him a show on MSNBC in fact,” Olbermann joked. “That’s a little lower than a wallpaper store, but…”
Video below (h/t J$P):
Previously: Evan Bayh’s Next Move: TV Analyst?
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