David Letterman and Bill O'Reilly assessed a number of potential 2012 presidential candidates on the Late Show last night, disagreeing over whether Sarah Palin will end up running.
Letterman acknowledged Palin could raise the necessary money to run, but he's not convinced she'll do it. "She knows that the second a person puts their hand on the bible and takes the oath of office, the stock starts to drop," he said.
"I disagree," O'Reilly said, adding that she could be a viable candidate.
They both agreed, however, that it would be entertaining if she did ... and good for both of their shows.
Moving on from Palin, they focused their attention on the current president.
"Its time for Barack Obama to stand on his own two feet," O'Reilly said.
"My God," Letterman responded, "he's come into a house that's been condemned for eight years, and he's standing on his own two feet and he's saying, 'holy crap, the plumbing's gone, the fireplace doesn't work, there's rats in the attic, the garage is going to blow up."
Watch a clip of the interview: