Thank you for that!
The new SNL Obama is spot-on perfect!
Much better than the old Obama (the guy who introduced him -- I don't know his name).
That was brutal.
But, equal opportunity (aka bipartisan) brutal.
So funny and clever. Bet it made a lot of people think.
Hey habee, I haven’t watched SNL in the past 30 or so years, thanks for the update on the libs.
Where was the teleprompter? OK, I got a chuckle out of the Obama portion of the skit. Who was the other guy supposed to be, Old McDonald?
"stick with something that's barely working, or take your chances with them"
Love it! lol
I dont watch SNL either but I saw that clip earlier today on the news. I thought it was hilarious !
http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/ … -1/1417106
Here's another one from SNL.
I love Tracy Morgan!
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