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Sarah Palin Comments on Tina Fey snl parody

Updated on January 1, 2013

Saturday night live (snl) has a history of making fun of politicians. Even so much to the point that many have said that you know you have made it snl makes fun of you in a skit. I can't remember however, a skit that has had as much publicity as the Tina Fey portrayal of Sarah Palin.

Tina Fey as Sarah Palin

Tina Fey snl Sarah Palin parody
Tina Fey snl Sarah Palin parody

Governor Sarah Palin speaks on the skit

According to sources, Palin found the skit quite humerous. Palin says that she found it funny especially because she had once dressed up as Tina Fey for Halloween.

Although there are the few that can't take a joke, I think its great that most can find the humor in this type of thing. Especially good for Palin, who can more than likely take a look at herself every saturday night until atleast november.

It would be great to see Sarah Palin, and Tina Fey do a skit together as each other. This could be great fun for Sarah whom, I'm sure with all the criticism as of late, could probably use a little fun. One things for sure though, she certainly isn't needing attention as she is getting all she needs. It seems that this election has turned into Obama vs. Palin instead of McCain.

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    • knslms profile imageAUTHOR

      knslms 

      9 years ago from North Carolina

      Maybe so, I don't see the harm in using humor at times though. I really don't think there is much we can do to change anything. I feel that we are a naive population, and polititians have used this to their advantage by turning the election into choosing between race and sex. The last one was based on fear. What will the next one be?

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      Debbie H 

      9 years ago

      I thank Americans spend to much time watching TV and laughing at jokes against other Americans when we should be trying to change the way our world is today. We all have our opinions about politics but yet we do nothing to change it. I can't say for sure which canidate would do the best job because I do not know either of them personally. I do know that I have know right to mock or judge either of them. I can only hope whoever goes in the big house will do the best for our Country.

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      Ralph Deeds 

      9 years ago from Birmingham, Michigan

    • knslms profile imageAUTHOR

      knslms 

      9 years ago from North Carolina

      Yep, I am the dumb one in this scenario! Thats called sarcasim (you can look it up in the dictionary)

      Actually my comment went over your head, so I will dr. suess it for you.

      WHEN YOU WATCH SOMETHING YOU DO IT WITH YOUR EYES, NOT YOUR EARS!

      Even if she was a liar, its a t.v. show! What does that have to do with an election or her ability to the job she is running for?

      I would make you look more dumb, but it's hard to top what you have already done. The name commonsense is the icing on the cake lmao!

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      commonsense 

      9 years ago

      how old are you knslms ?...two???...somelikeit's comments implied that palin is a baldface liar and obviously it went right over your head.

    • knslms profile imageAUTHOR

      knslms 

      9 years ago from North Carolina

      Thanks for stopping by, and leaving a comment. I fail to see your point however because while I missed the whole volume down part, I really don't understand how that effects her vision. This is what is so funny to me about Palin critics, they gotta find stuff like this that is pointless. The fact is she has drove out curruption in Alaska and the white house who supports the rich becuase the rich supports them is trying there best to come up with something to keep her out. We as a nation buy in to anything they have to say, even though it makes no sense what-so-ever

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      somelikeitscott 

      9 years ago

      While Sarah Palin admits to "watching" the Tina Fey impersonation and it being "right on" she also stated that she had the sound down and didn't hear a word of it. I have a feeling Mrs. Palin does a lot of not listening based on her comments.

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