Jay Leno clearly isn’t pleased with the government shutdown.

On Wednesday’s Tonight Show, the host spent most of his opening monologue railing against the President and Congress concluding with him holding a sign up that read “F U Politicians” (video follows with transcript and absolutely no need for additional commentary):

If NBC’s Tonight Show audience is any indication. Americans aren’t buying into the media’s hysteria concerning the government shutdown.

Quite the contrary, when host Jay Leno asked, “How many are worried about the government shutdown,” not one person in the studio audience applauded (video follows with transcript and commentary):

Ron Paul has some good advice for his son Rand concerning running for president in 2016.

Appearing on NBC’s Tonight Show Thursday, Paul said, “Be very cautious – you could get elected.”

Jay Leno took another comedic shot at the White House Thursday.

Early in his Tonight Show monologue on NBC, the host said, “President Obama now making his case for raising the debt limit. He said raising the debt limit does not increase debt – you know, like raising the speed limit does not increase speed” (video follows with commentary):

Jay Leno took another comedic shot at the President Tuesday.

Early in his monologue on NBC’s Tonight Show, the host said that AMC’s hit series Breaking Bad concludes Sunday when “Walter White dies in the hospital waiting room while filling out all the paperwork for ObamaCare.”

The NBC Tonight Show began Friday with a humorous segment featuring host Jay Leno trying to smother a sleeping Jimmy Fallon with a pillow.

The bit begins with Fallon sleeping on a couch in the Green Room.

"Pundits say President Obama is starting to lose support from his own Party. Give you an idea how bad it's gotten, today Jimmy Carter compared him to Jimmy Carter."

So said Jay Leno on NBC's Tonight Show Thursday (video follows with commentary):

"USA Today had a big front-page feature on the new healthcare law, and said that the opposition to ObamaCare at all-time high. In fact, it’s gotten so bad the President’s now calling it BidenCare."

So marvelously said NBC Tonight Show host Jay Leno Tuesday (video follows with absolutely not need for additional commentary):

In yet another monologue comment destined to give NBC's Barack Obama-loving news division a case of heartburn, Tonight Show host Jay Leno, whose 22-year run (with some interruptions) as that show's host is on tap to end after the 2014 Winter Olympics, took a shot at the administation's diplomatic and leadership weaknesses recently on display.

The video of Leno's monologue from NBC's web site follows the jump. The Obama joke is at the 1:05 mark.

Jay Leno took some more comedic punches at President Obama Thursday.

The NBC Tonight Show host began his monologue saying, “Plans are being discussed for a new reality show based on the White House. It's called Lame Duck Dynasty. You don't want to miss that.”

Jay Leno was at his comedic best Tuesday evening.

The NBC Tonight Show host spent much of his opening monologue lampooning President Obama beginning with, “It's still a little warm, but you can tell fall is coming...The leaves are changing faster than the White House position on Syria” (video and transcript follow):

NBC Tonight Show host Jay Leno took another comedic shot at NBC Tuesday.

Paying tribute to long distance swimmer Diana Nyad during his opening monologue, Leno said, “On her fifth try, she completed 110-mile swim from Cuba to Florida. See, 64 is not too old to swim 110 miles – it’s too old to host a late night talk show, but not to swim 110 miles.”