Live From SNL: Palin & Clinton

Here Governor Palin (Tina Fey) and Senator Clinton (Amy Poehler) address the nation with a very special "nonpartisan message" -- direct from Saturday Night Live.

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This Saturday Night Live sketch with Tina Fey as Governor Sarah Palin and Amy Poehler as Senator Hillary Clinton: Love it or hate it? (And what's your favorite line from this bit on SNL?) Tell us in the comments section below!


Comments on "Gov Palin (Tina Fey) and Senator Clinton (Amy Poehler) address the nation on Saturday Night Live"

Dorthy September 17, 2008 | 12:33 PM

She is no better that michael Vick. he got caught with gog fighting wich haz been done n America since the 1800s. And they sent him to jail for wht white men have been doing for a century. Call me a southern red neck if u will . But she haz done somethng so vicious,and shld be prosecuted for it. Wrng is wrng unless The last time i checked that Alaska is one of the states of the U.S.

Dorthy September 17, 2008 | 12:21 PM

whts the difference between Sarah palin and Michael Vick! Nothing they both kill animals, she shoots innocent animals for fun. Sarah Palin Vick. Sounds like a gd ring to that. Their made for eachother! This is reaaly sad about her and wht type of evil chic she is!

Terra September 15, 2008 | 11:55 AM

OMG! This is brilliant. IT plays on BOTH of the women perfectly. Tina Fey and Amy P deserve an award for this one. My favorite line: "An issue which I am frankly surprised to hear people suddenly care about."

Betsy September 15, 2008 | 11:06 AM

Hilarious - a classic!

Dawn September 15, 2008 | 9:30 AM

I loved the sketch on SNL. I think it may have shown how silly this election season really is. No one seemed to be concerned about ism while Obama and Clinton were fighting out the nomination, it is only when Palin was thrust on the scene the the media suddenly cared. I hate the fact the some women in our country would loose site that this women has no real creditials nor have we heard how she feels about the actual issues. I am not dimisishing Ms. Palin's accomplishments just questioning if she is the best respresentation of a female candidtate. I'd love to see a women in the white house but I'd prefer that she actually know what is going one and is actually qualified to hold office. I do not see Palin as that candidate. Frankly, the way she is being "handled" by the republican party is shame. The line in the sketch that I think is most appropriate was Poehler's line inviting the media to grow a pair, if not they could borrow hers. This speaks volumes during the elections. Let's hear about the issues and no more about her hockey mom status!!!!

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