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Palin-Couric: Part Four from Saturday Night Live September 28, 2008

Filed under: politics — annejjacobson @ 4:23 pm

Some nice moments.  Enjoy it here:


8 Responses to “Palin-Couric: Part Four from Saturday Night Live”

  1. mm Says:

    The only upside to McCain-Palin winning is the comedy gold that will ensue. She thinks that the flintstones was a documentary.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    And the only thing funnier than the SNL version is the actual interview itself! I mean, this would be funny if it weren’t so scary…

  3. someone Says:

    Yeah, I didn’t find this very funny because the actual interview is itself so uproariously hilarious. What would have been really funny is if the SNL version presented an impeccably knowledgeable and capable Palin!

  4. Rachel Says:

    The real version is apparently freaking out conservatives: Former Reagan campaigner would like to see her do more fundraiser and be interviewed much less. A right-wing columnist keeps muting her because she can’t stand the incompetence… The debates will be interesting. Maybe I’ll actually watch that one…

  5. Jender Says:

    OMG. Just learned that Tina Fey used some Palin’s own words: http://www.americablog.com/2008/09/tina-fey-as-sarah-palin-or-sarah-palin.html

  6. I thought the sketch was hilarious and terrifying for the same exact reason – it was nearly identical to the *actual* interview. To think this woman actually has a chance at running the country.

  7. Terri Says:

    I think all the critics are being way too hard on Sarah Palin. I think she and McCain would be a much better choice of candidates to run the country. People that support Obama actually think they and Obama are smart?? Please. You can’t be serious!

  8. jj Says:

    Terri, there’s a list of some of the contrasting qualities of the two teams here:

    Of course, being against Obama does not mean someone is a racist. However, the list does provide some reason for thinking he and Biden are smart.

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