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One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
President Bill Clinton at McDonalds

They don’t make SNL skits like they used to.

P.S. - RIP Phil Hartman
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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
Hartman was the best. He played Fat Bubba Bill Clinton better than Bill did.


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Gaspergou202
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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
But notice how you cannot compare them to the SNL skits when Bill “#MeToo” Clinton perjured himself in a court of law, or got a hummer from an intern in the Oval Office?

Because SNL protects mashing and perjury, while pretending Bill’s worse sin is eating a Big Mac!


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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
"Jim, let me tell you something. There is going to be a whole bunch of things we don't tell Mrs. Clinton."


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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
quote:

"Jim, let me tell you something. There is going to be a whole bunch of things we don't tell Mrs. Clinton."

Another gloss over.

Mrs. Clinton was the grand inquisitor of the Bimbo Eruptions Squad and the Head executioner in the politics of personal destruction of the innocents that Bill mashed!



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Ag Zwin
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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
Wrong. The only correct answer is "President Reagan, Mastermind"

quote:

President Reagan: Bye bye! [ Girl Scout exits Oval Office ] Okay, back to work! [ staff re-enters ] Afghanistan needs more money. We’ve got $65.2 million tucked away in Zurich. Now, if we hold it there for another 30 days, at 7.28% interest, that’s.. roughly.. $400,000.

Staffer #1: [ with calculator ] $397,200..

President Reagan: .. and 85! I know! Don’t waste my time!


Image: https://i.ytimg.com/vi/b5wfPlgKFh8/maxresdefault.jpg




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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
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But notice how you cannot compare them to the SNL skits when Bill “#MeToo” Clinton perjured himself in a court of law, or got a hummer from an intern in the Oval Office?

Because SNL protects mashing and perjury, while pretending Bill’s worse sin is eating a Big Mac!


What? They did a skit with Bill, Monica and Saddam on a three way call with Bill asking Saddam to start a war so he could get the scandal out of the news. They also all laughed when it was suggested Bill didn't lie about having sex with Monica.

LINK

The new shite is terribly unfunny on many levels, but they definitely made fun of Bill and Al Gore in the 90's.


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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
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Wrong. The only correct answer is "President Reagan, Mastermind


While very good, the all time best is the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearing skit with a panel of sleazy senators led by none other than Joe Biden (Keven Nealon). The entire skit was the senators asking Thomas how to pick up women. It was hysterical.

30 years later liberal and the media would be hyperventilating if that same skit appeared


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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
Another great one is the spoof of the Bush-Dukakis debate. Jon Lovitz was Dukakis and they had a small lift for him so he could see over the podium.

Best line: Lovitz - "I can't believe I'm losing to this guy."

Great stuff.


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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
quote:

But notice how you cannot compare them to the SNL skits when Bill “#MeToo” Clinton perjured himself in a court of law, or got a hummer from an intern in the Oval Office?

Because SNL protects mashing and perjury, while pretending Bill’s worse sin is eating a Big Mac!

What? Darrell Hammond made a career out of doing Clinton on SNL during the 90's.

Bill Clinton Reads the Paula Jones Deposition to the Nation


Gaspergou202
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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
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They also all laughed when it was suggested Bill didn't lie about having sex with Monica.

Gloss over.
The scandal wasn’t Monica it was perjury.

Notice in the OP link that they make fun of Bill’s love of fast food but highlight his concern for the average person and masterful grasp of facts and in-depth plans to help.

Compare that to the way the Reagan skit portrays him as a fake dunce who is the master manipulator who has no time for his fellow Americans and old friends.

This goes back to the very beginning of SNL.
They are a liberal front to promote liberal philosophy by making fun of their enemies!

Go back and watch Chevy Chases admission that this is what they did!
LINK
To believe otherwise is sophistry! And I don’t think you’re that stupid!


Gaspergou202
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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
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What? Darrell Hammond made a career out of doing Clinton on SNL during the 90's.

Funny? Sure.

But just like the Bill fast food but he knows Americans and has wonderful plans for them in that skit, this one 100% pushes the Clinton narrative!

Starts off with Bill being sidetracked from his important works for America, and then carries buckets of water that it was ONLY SEX!

Notice how perjury and suborning perjury never rears its ugly head?! You know the shite he REALLY was impeached for.

Then it ends with Starr portrayed as a sex starved manic overly pursuing Clinton hate.

THIS WAS THE CLINTON MESSAGE TO THE PUBLIC!


Brummy
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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
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Funny? Sure.

But just like the Bill fast food but he knows Americans and has wonderful plans for them in that skit, this one 100% pushes the Clinton narrative!

Well, it's a comedy show, so the whole point is to be funny. Should they have followed up that sketch with a panel discussion on how serious the perjury allegations are?


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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
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While very good, the all time best is the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearing skit with a panel of sleazy senators led by none other than Joe Biden (Keven Nealon). The entire skit was the senators asking Thomas how to pick up women. It was hysterical. 30 years later liberal and the media would be hyperventilating if that same skit appeared


I 2nd this claim. That one was brilliant.


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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
Some of the best from that era are Ross Perot and his VP running mate James Stockdale


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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
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I 2nd this claim. That one was brilliant.




Sen. Joseph Biden: [ banging gavel ] Gentlemen! Gentlemen, please! Please! Professor Hill, I want to thank you for your.. patience here today. You’ve shown remarkable courage throughout your testimony. It couldn’t have been easy for you – or any of us – to sit here for the last seven hours and talk about penis size, or large-breasted women having sex with animals, or pubic hairs on soft drink cans, or oral sex, or the black man’s sexual prowess, or large-breasted women having sex with animals. But we appreciate your candor. [ rest of committee shake their heads and smile ] And we, uh.. hope we can reschedule you for another session tomorrow.

Anita Hill: Thank you, Senator. [ stands up to leave, bumps into next witness, Judge Clarence Thomas, and quickly walks away from him ]

Sen. Joseph Biden: The committee, at this time, would like to call Judge Clarence Thomas. Judge Thomas? [ Judge Clarence Thomas sits ] Judge Thomas, we’re sorry to have to bring you back, but, as you know, some pretty serious allegations have been made by our previous witness.

Judge Clarence Thomas: First of all, I want to say that these proceedings are a travesty!

Sen. Joseph Biden: Mmm-hmm. Well, I understand that. But you did ask Ms. Hill out on a date?

Judge Clarence Thomas: Uh.. yes, I did.
[ the committee whisper amongst themselves at the revealing testimony ]

Sen. Joseph Biden: And she refused?

Judge Clarence Thomas: That’s correct.

Sen. Joseph Biden: How did you go about asking her out for this date?

Judge Clarence Thomas: I’m not sure what you mean, Senator.

Sen. Joseph Biden: Well.. did you just go right up and ask her? Or did you have one of her friends tell her that you thought she was cute?

Judge Clarence Thomas: I just walked right up and asked her.
[ the committee whisper amongst themselves ]

Sen. Edward Kennedy: Were you, uh.. were you drunk at the time?

Judge Clarence Thomas: No, I was not.

Sen. Joseph Biden: But she wouldn’t go out with you?

Judge Clarence Thomas: No.

Sen. Joseph Biden: Was she aware that, as her boss, you could have her fired?

Judge Clarence Thomas: She must have been.
[ the committee members gasp at the shocking statement ]

Sen. Joseph Biden: And she still didn’t go out with you? [ Thomas nods no ] Now, Judge Thomas, there have been charges by Professor Hill that you talked casually with her about graphic scenes in porno movies. Is that true?

Judge Clarence Thomas: Yes, it is.

Sen. Joseph Biden: And.. did that work? Did it break the ice?

Judge Clarence Thomas: No, Senator, it actually offended her.
[ the committee is surprised the tactic didn’t work ]

Sen. Howell Heflin: Uh.. what porno movie did you talk about?

Judge Clarence Thomas: Well.. I mainly spoke about a favorite of mine, called “The Hind-Lick Manuever”.

Sen. Howell Heflin: That’s a good movie, Judge! But do you think hard-core porno is the way to go? Because I feel women prefer softer porn.

Sen. Joseph Biden: Senator Thurmond?

Sen. Strom Thurmond: I agree with Senator Heflin. Yeah, that’s right! The women like something with more stories and costumes, that’ll transport ’em to another place and time. That’s right! Women don’t like close-ups of oversized genitalia! That’s just never gonna turn ’em on!
[ committee agrees ]

Sen. Edward Kennedy: A, uh.. another good thing is to get them out on your boat for some reason, because, uh.. because then it’s really hard for them to get away.

Sen. Joseph Biden: Do you have a question, Senator Kennedy?

Sen. Edward Kennedy: Uh, yes, I do. Have you ever tried coming out of the bathroom nude, and acting like you didn’t know someone was there?

Judge Clarence Thomas: Uh.. no.

Sen. Edward Kennedy: Well, that’s too bad. Because that works, too.

Sen. Paul Simon: Um.. Judge? Judge Thomas? Judge Thomas, are you aware of that, uh.. division of our.. government.. known as the, uh.. Criminal Justice, uh.. Department?

Judge Clarence Thomas: Of course I am, Senator!

Sen. Paul Simon: Well, you know when you walk in the main entrance of the Criminal Justice Building.. there’s this receptionist with short brown hair?

Judge Clarence Thomas: The, uh.. one at the third desk on the left?

Sen. Paul Simon: No, no. The one at the big, circular desk, uh.. right there in the center there.

Judge Clarence Thomas: Oh, yes – Sandy.

Sen. Paul Simon: Yes. Sandy. Um.. do you think that she’d go out with me?

Judge Clarence Thomas: Well, Senator Simon, not knowing your technique, I feel that it would be unfair for me to prejudge your chances with her.

Sen. Paul Simon: Uh-huh. Uh.. you think it’s the bow tie, then?

Sen. Joseph Biden: Senator Simon. Please.

Sen. Paul Simon: Women just don’t seem to like the bow tie, do they?

Sen. Joseph Biden: Senator Simon. Please!

Sen. Paul Simon: Uh, sorry. Sorry.

Sen. Joseph Biden: Judge Thomas, I’d like to thank you for your testimony. You’ve been very forthcoming, and, may I say, it’s been an education.

Judge Clarence Thomas: Thank you, Senator. [ stands up and exits ]

Sen. Joseph Biden: The committee calls its next witness. [ black man walks up ] Sir, would you please state your name?

Long Dong Silver: Long Dong Silver.
[ committee members smile and shake their heads ]

Sen. Joseph Biden: Mr. Silver, we apologize for calling you back one more time.. but many of us on the committee are admirers of your work, and.. well, frankly, we could just listen to you all day. Now, we understand you have a statement?

Long Dong Silver: Uh, yes. I do. “Live, from New York, it’s Saturday Night!“


Gaspergou202
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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
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Well, it's a comedy show, so the whole point is to be funny.

Sorry but Chevy Chase disagrees.
Your example is definitive proof that they use comedy to defend their favorite politicians and philosophy.
They pushed the whole Clinton talking points in that skit.
Ok we admit Clinton is a poonhound, but perjury? Suborning perjury?
It’s just sex! And Starr has nothing in his hunt for sex!
quote:

Should they have followed up that sketch with a panel discussion on how serious the perjury allegations are?

You don’t really like thinking out of the box do you?
The whole point to Political Satire IS to make fun of the reality of the seriousness of perjury that were NOT merely allegations but proven in court.
A talented group like SNL could have been hysterical with Obstruction of Justice (Clinton’s suborning perjury) have you watched their anti Trump diatribes lately?

Their job as Chevy admits is to be biasly funny for liberalism.
Noticed the Bill’s good plans for America while taking fast food. Sure he eats poorly but he is good for America, LOL.

Reagan’s a maniacal operator with no redeeming value, LOL.
Ken Starr is a sex maniac, LOL.
Bill’s just a poonhound not a rapist, perjurer who obstructs justice by suborning perjury, LOL.

You cannot be this blind.

Edit: Just noticed that some jackass downvoted you. ’Twasn’t me.
Edit 2: I think I just came to the attention of the same jackass.
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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
The Golden days of SNL.


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re: One of my favorite political SNL skits ever
That one was a gut buster.


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