Sunday, October 9, 2016

SNL AND TRUMP

If yoU missed this from SNL you might enjoyhttps://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/10/09/jimmy-fallons-shot-at-redemption-on-saturday-night-live-i-dont-like-trump/

The opening skit was also great, too bad only 4 weeks before the voting..

6 comments:

  1. Did the opening skit involve Alec Baldwin who once referred to his 11 year old daughter as "a rude, thoughtless, little pig?”

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    1. Anon 6:14 - your logic (guessing per usual) is silly, goofy and apparently unencumbered by the thought process. Alec Baldwin's rant to his daughter is actually rather mild and is completely without any context. While the choice of words isn't pleasant, we have no idea what the situation was. Who has not said something in the heat of frustration and anger that they later regretted - especially at a teenager. Your attempt to make these comparable situations is a stretch on a good day and really just shows the lack of thought and on the part of many Trump supporters. I am sure your life is much easier without that burden though - so that's a positive I suppose.

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  2. Yes and what difference does that make. He is an entertainer and you do not have to watch him, not potentially our as you would love, President

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    1. So this would only be relevant if he decided to run for office?

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    2. What an inane comment. I suppose you think Trump made himself respectable Sunday night.

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  3. While Baldwin can be reprehensible at times, he's not going to ever represent this country to others, make decisions that could affect the lives of everyone, etc. There's a huge difference. A TV/film actor/reality television star is free to be a buffoon. We don't need that in a president.

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