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10/17/2008 04:09 PM ID: 74094 Permalink   

Live From New York: It's Sarah Palin

 

Multiple sources confirm that vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin will appear on Saturday Night Live this weekend.

Governor Palin has been lampooned on SNL three times by former SNL cast member Tina Fey since Palin was picked by Senator John McCain as his running mate.

There is no word yet whether or not Tina Fey will also appear on the show.

 
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  I can't wait  
 
Let's see if she has as good a sense of humor as she appears to.
 
  by: VermiciousG     10/17/2008 05:50 PM     
  They should bring her on permanently  
 
She'd be a great addition to the show.
 
  by: caution2     10/17/2008 11:36 PM     
  @caution  
 
It'd only be a matter of time before she realizes she generates more laughs than the rest of the team. This wold prompt her to pursue a slew of crappy movies.
 
  by: Mr. Wright     10/17/2008 11:45 PM     
  @Mr. Wright  
 
So she'd be a female version of Will Ferrell?

:-p
 
  by: pcXXXtreme   10/18/2008 08:34 AM     
  Mistake  
 
I hate to give the McCain campaign advice, but I think this is a huge mistake.

SNL were not taking a loving swipe at Palin. They, like many sensible Americans, think that Palin is an idiot.

They have been lampooning her because she is so stupid. There is a difference between laughing with someone and deliberately laughing at them.
 
  by: ZCT     10/18/2008 06:52 PM     
  @ZCT  
 
I agree with you, it's a big bad mistake, one I can't wait to see!
 
  by: the_one   10/18/2008 06:56 PM     
  Chilling scenario  
 
The year: 2010. President John McCain has died of natural causes at the age of 74. President Palin has only been Commander in Chief for six weeks when the unthinkable happens -- terrorists detonate a suitcase nuclear bomb in New York City.

President Palin is escorted from a Florida elementary school, where she had been haltingly reading the book "The Pet Moose" to a kindergarten class. With Vice President Todd Palin in a secure, undisclosed location, it is time for President Palin to speak to a shocked, fearful and devastated nation.

The cameraman counts down until the live broadcast begins, using just his fingers to indicated "3 ... 2 ... 1 ..."

The broadcast goes live to 200 million Americans. President Palin begins, "My fellow Americans ..."
 
  by: l´anglais     10/18/2008 07:40 PM     
  @l'anglais  
 
Rivetting!

Then What?
 
  by: VermiciousG     10/18/2008 07:47 PM     
  @VG  
 
That's when the panic multiplies by 100.
 
  by: l´anglais     10/18/2008 07:55 PM     
  @l'anglais  
 
I'm almost tempted to vote Republican just to find out how the story ends...
 
  by: smarta$$     10/18/2008 09:06 PM     
  3...2...1... "My Fellow Americans- alrighty!"  
 
Then, all of a sudden, Al Gore sweeps in to with the aid of ninjas and throws a well-aimed shuriken at Palin's finger as she pushes the red button on live television. Ralph Nader bursts through the White House Rose Garden on an ATV and swinging a mighty axe. Obama, airborne, drops helpful leaflets.

Too late, however, the order is given and Australia, the Iraq, and South Africa are all nuked. Miss South Carolina, recently promoted to Chief of Staff, is hailed as a hero.
 
  by: theironboard     10/18/2008 10:25 PM     
  I can see it now...  
 
And after the destruction is over and the dust has settled. The world will now be called the United Republics of America... I forsee 1984 coming along much quicker than predicted lol
 
  by: "Joe the plumber"   10/19/2008 05:50 AM     
  @smarta$$ - SPOILER ALERT  
 
It isn't a Hollywood happy ending, but it does involve Jack Bauer. Heavily.
 
  by: l´anglais     10/19/2008 06:27 AM     
 
 
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