Campaign To Fire Letterman Taking Shape

06.16.09 | FL News Team

A campaign is taking shape to get CBS late-night talk show host David Letterman fired in the wake of his recent comments about Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's daughter.  A website called FireDavidLetterman.com is organizing a rally outside Letterman's show at the Ed Sullivan Theater for this afternoon.  The campaign organizers appear determined to get Letterman fired, although he's repeatedly stated his comments about Palin's daughter were nothing more than bad jokes.  

The website is sponsored by Republican New York State Assemblyman Brian Kolb, a radio host and an attorney.  It features contact information for advertisers and CBS brass to allow people to complain about Letterman's comments.  Supporters of the campaigning note shock jocks Don Imus and Howard Stern were held accountable by their employers when they crossed the line.  

A campaign is taking shape to get CBS late-night talk show host David Letterman fired in the wake of his recent comments about Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's daughter. A website called FireDavidLetterman.com is organizing a rally outside Letterman's show at the Ed Sullivan Theater for this afternoon.

The campaign organizers appear determined to get Letterman fired, although he has repeatedly stated his comments about Palin's daughter were nothing more than bad jokes.

The website is sponsored by Republican New York State Assemblyman Brian Kolb, a radio host and an attorney. It features contact information for advertisers and CBS brass to allow people to complain about Letterman's comments.

Supporters of the campaigning note shock jocks Don Imus and Howard Stern were held accountable by their employers when they crossed the line.