Sunday, September 28, 2008

"Katie Couric" interviews "Sarah Palin"

[h/t to (gag, retch) Andrew Sullivan]


  1. The best part is if you watch the original interview and SNL sketch side by side, you can't really tell a difference...

  2. When I saw the real interview, I did a spit-take when I realized I *wasn't* watching an SNL skit.

  3. What makes me spit-take - or rather, vomit into my mouth, is knowing that despite the evidence of Palin (and McCain) Obama is only barely ahead and still may lose.

    That people will vote not only against their own economic interests, but totally in the face of the bald reality of the horror that is McCain/Palin says so many negative things about humanity that words fail me. Not that I'm surprised. RWAs.


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