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Bill Clinton on where he stands.
The Obama/McCain debate, SNL style...
Sooo.... Not a good day for Wall Street. Not a good day for the economy. Not a good day for shoe shopping. Just all around not a good day.
We need a little pick me up, so we're going to take the advice of reader Fatfighter and revisit the Saturday Night Live skits from this weekend.
First up, Tina Fey as Sarah Palin and Amy Poehler as Katie Couric.
The economy sucks, so we thought we'd tickle your funny bone to make you feel better. In this David Letterman clip, Chris Rock gives Bill Clinton the heads up that Hillary lost.
So, did Chris have you rolling on the floor, laughing your ass off? Or did you take offense to his comments?
Do you think the Clintons support Barack Obama for real or just in public because they "have" to? Holla in the comments, yo.
Barack Obama claims to be for the American family, but he's actually kind of a homewrecker.
Get full scoop on the broken hearted here.
Fred: [in Urkel voice] "Did I do that?"
Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson is a total loser. Don't get mad at us, Fredheads. He said so himself.
Carl Cameron of Fox News was trying to hurry his staff's preparation for an interview with Thompson. To prod his staff along, Cameron said, "The next President of the United States has a schedule to keep." Thompson responded, "And so do I."
So after all that time on Law and Order, Thompson couldn't just act like he thinks he's going to win?
When all this went down, Thompson's aides:
b) wanted to crawl under the nearest desk and die
c) wanted to punch him in his effing face for being so stupid (stupid!) and blowing his miniscule chance to win, after they have worked long hours campaigning on his behalf for a salary smaller than a six grader's allowance
d) all of the above
Thompson doesn't think he'll be president [AOL News]
Even Fred Thompson doubts he'll be president [Telegraph (UK publication)]