Friday, September 4, 2015

The impeachment of Barack Obama

Unfortunately, "SNL" hasn't been nearly as funny as the heady Fey-Palin days of autumn, so it was an interesting concept to find another famous ex-cast member (Dan Ackroyd, brought in from his recent undisclosed location) to play a politician that he resembles (the lamentable John Boehner). The ensuing sketch, below, wasn't laugh-out-loud funny, but it did nail the politics. And while I didn't see John McCain (what is this?) on the morning shows, it apparently it was another case of life imitating "SNL." Yep, those Republics have Obana right where they want him.

The impeachment of Barack Obama

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Unfortunately, "SNL" hasn't been nearly as funny as the heady Fey-Palin days of autumn, so it was an interesting concept to find another famous ex-cast member (Dan Ackroyd, brought in from his recent undisclosed location) to play a politician that he resembles (the lamentable John Boehner). The ensuing sketch, below, wasn't laugh-out-loud funny, but it did nail the politics.

And while I didn't see John McCain (what is this?) on the morning shows, it apparently it was another case of life imitating "SNL." Yep, those Republics have Obana right where they want him.

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