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Sunday, October 26, 2008

SNL opening skit on Biden & Murtha gaffes

Early this morning I guest-posted an embedded video clip of SNL's opening spoof last night on Rep. Jack Murtha's and Sen. Joe Biden's amazing accidental truth-tellings of the past week.


[Copied here for archival purposes on November 5, 2008, from the post linked above at HughHewitt.com.]

(Guest Post by Bill Dyer a/k/a Beldar)


As a comedy skit, I'd rate this about a four on a one to ten scale. As a long, painful reminder of the significance of Joe Biden's and Jack Murtha's recent, unguarded comments, I'd give it a nine, though.

— Beldar

Posted by Beldar at 07:36 PM in 2008 Election, Humor, Mainstream Media, Obama, Politics (2008) | Permalink


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(1) len made the following comment | Oct 27, 2008 8:35:18 AM | Permalink

they should have done the imitation of obama/biden presidency long time ago. why did they do that to sarah palin.
they should spoof obama in time of crisis, like what they did in the movie "get smart". in crisis, the president was ask what they are going to do to fight, then the president said "wait, i will ask my vp first". ha, ha , ha, that is funny, and real. how about biden screwed up all the time, then barry would say, don't worry joey, we got them in the neck.

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