bitch is the new black.

SNL last night was amazing- finally someone calls out the press for lobbing softballs to Barack and his decidedly humorless persona.  I have been worshipping Tina Fey for years, but last night’s Weekend Update was the jewel in the crown.

stop being fooled, people.  Obama’s “change we can believe in” is rhetoric, too.  Who do Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Kaiser Permanente, “christian” conservatives and Antonin Scalia all fear more? 

Ask yourself that question, and ask yourself what it will mean.

Hillary 08.


7 Responses to “bitch is the new black.”

  1. 1 gigglechick 24 February, 2008 at 00:55

    Tina Fey was awesome! i SO want a “Bitch is the new Black” tee-shirt!!!

    HILLARY ’08!

  2. 2 gigglechick 24 February, 2008 at 02:27

    (i’m now selling “bitch is the new black” stuff on my site :}

  3. 3 Tomboys 24 February, 2008 at 03:58

    Go Hillary! Go Tina!

  4. 4 Jumptees 24 February, 2008 at 18:49

    Gigglechick, Nice shirt!

    I made a t-shirt too.


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  1. 1 beyond the rhetoric « cunctabundus Trackback on 27 February, 2008 at 12:56

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