Skip to comments.SNL Cold Open: Harry Reid Reveals Himself To Be A Birther! (VIDEO)
Posted on 10/26/2010 6:52:50 AM PDT by FreeAtlanta
SNL opened last night with a sketch spoofing President Obama (Fred Armisen) making a campaign stop in Nevada to stump for a struggling Harry Reid (Paul Brittain). After a glowing introduction from Obama, Reid asks him if he'd mind if he distanced himself from the President. "Do what you have to do, Harry, I've got your back," says Obama. Whereupon Reid reveals that he is actually a Birther.
I dont understand why, if you were born in this country, you wont just show us your birth certificate. I mean is that too much to ask?
Youre right! Says Obama to the crowd, I probably should!.
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“It is one of a thousand cuts that are helping us get America to wake up.”
Excellent point. I keep waiting, and wishing for that knockout blow that will totally sink Obama. But I don’t think that’s coming. But the death of a thousand cuts seems to be well on it’s way.
Actually a pretty funny skit.
Diss on reid.
Always good to start the day with a smile.
SNL is in one of it’s lowest, unfunny periods.
Technically they’re painting Obama as a birther by agreeing he should release his birth certificate. This goes well his wife, Michelle, who, as a birther, said her husband’s home country is Kenya.
Heres the skit Id like to see on SNL.......
A young man goes into the DMV to apply for a drivers license and when the clerk asks for proof of identity the man tells him I forgot to bring my birth certificate with me but its posted in the internet. He proceeds to show the clerk his birth certificate on his Face Book page.
When the clerk refuses to accept that as proof of identity the young man says Why not? It worked for Obama.
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