Palin’s Plans for “SNL”

Palin_wilshire Sarah Palin says she does not know what her appearance on “Saturday Night Live” holds in store — she has yet to see the script.

She tells radio talk host Neal Boortz that it may even be a “good idea” for her to play Tina Fey as the comic actress plays her.

According to ABC News, she told Boortz, “I just want to be there to show Americans that we will rise above the political shots that we take because we’re in this serious business for serious challenges that are facing the good American people right now. That’s why we’re campaigning hard. That’s why we’re working hard.”

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  1. John Dingler, Artist and Patriot says:

    Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin takes extreme political shots. When will she rise above them, before or after each one? It’s hard to know. Maybe she thinks that her political shots are not political, maybe she thinks they are not shots.
    Hmmm…Bush uses the “I am working hard” line, which is where Palin got it from. It’s one of those statements that communicates nothing but does stop debate and analysis because there is no easy retort that sounds rational. I could respond by saying, “Yeah, sunshine is nice too.” See, so what? It does not further the discussion in any meaningful way.
    Stupid and unaware minds like Palin’s and Bush’s are the logical result of Rightwingers convincing America that provincials and insulars like them are less corrupted by Liberal thinking, hence better prepared to lead America. Perhaps, abut it’s a long shot, especially longer if they, as they truly are, less educated and less willing to learn about world events and how to speak with its various international personalities.
    As an American, I am embarrassed by the GOP’s elevation of Palin to that potentially high level of leadership which, by the way, has now become even more powerful thanks to Vice President Cheney’s cloak and dagger subversive amplifications of that office’s powers. And Palin stepping into that more powerful role about which she speaks in admiring terms — even mentioning it in dictatorial terms — points to a fundament downgrading of the quality of statesmanship that I have come to expect from the Oval Office and from the members of the Executive Branch.

  2. jeff l. says:

    she should drop trow and endorse Obama

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