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NBC’s SNL Viciously Mocks Palin As Incest Family From Small Town Alaska

September 22, 2008

It’s like you can go for a walk anywhere, stomp your foot, and it will land on some hateful liberal cockroach.

Saturday Night Live, a show that is rumored to have been funny before many of us were born, ran a sketch that featured the following dialog:

“What about the husband?” asked a Times reporter during a mock assignment meeting for the paper. “You know he’s doing those daughters. I mean, come on. It’s Alaska.”

The assignment editor for the Times, portrayed by actor James Franco, responded: “He very well could be. Admittedly, there is no evidence of that, but on the other hand, there is no convincing evidence to the contrary. And these are just some of the lingering questions about Governor Palin.”

SNL says that Sarah Palin and her family were not the target:

“Anyone that watched Saturday’s show and believed the skit in which it was suggested that there was incest in the Palin household needs to have [his] head examined,” said Jimenez. “The purpose of the joke (tacky and crude as it was, I did not care for it at all by the way) was to show how out of touch journalists are – not an attack on the Palin household. Sheesh, get a grip!”

But the point is that it is those who don’t know that this was a vicious attack against the Palin family who should be fitted for the strait jacket:

“What if somebody did one with this kind of humor on Obama and his daughters?” asked Jim Cash of Chattanooga, Tenn. “What an uproar there would be. This line of humor is tasteless and moronic and about as low as they could go. There simply must be an uproar over this. We cannot let this just pass.”

Clearly this hateful display of liberal thought backfired.  The sketch somehow didn’t make it to the SNL video clip site, and youtube is apparently taking postings of the clip down as fast as they go up.

Here’s the contact link for NBC.  Why not drop them a line and let them know what degenerate particles of rat filth they are?

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