Skip to comments.Saturday Night Live Mocks Gold, The G20, Obama, Hu Jintao, And Glenn Beck
Posted on 11/15/2010 12:50:04 PM PST by FromLori
At least someone's laughing at the state of our economy. On SNL this weekend, the hilarious opening skit used the G20 summit, gold, and US debt, and Glenn Beck for a laugh.
Glenn Beck "doesn't know what he's talking about." China wants to buy gold, but all of its assets are tied up in US treasuries.
And Obama is getting tired of Hu Jintao asking him to "do sex to him" with the lights off - not on. It's great - watch it below.
Where did this all start? At the G20 summit, where Obama and Hu Jintao did not discuss revaluing the yuan or the US' repaying its massive debt to China
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Link to watch it directly
I watched it and wish I hadn’t. Totally crass & unfunny...even if mocking Obama.
This isn’t very accurate. What they said was that “Glenn Beck was right about gold.” I watched it, that is a direct quote.
SNL has turned into the Tina Fey all Republicans are mean and stupid bash fest. Total crap.
agree, total b.s.
agree, total b.s.
Try to explain that sketch to a 16 year old foreign exchange student from China.
I ended up saying they were making fun of Obama.
Harsh on Glenn Beck? No.
Belittling of Obama? Yes.
It hits Obama on lack of recovery, the cost of this disgracing of America tour, the declining value of U. S. Treasuries...
While it was a revolting presentation (actually a rehash of a skit done several years ago), those watching it will come away with it realizing what an ass-hat clown Obama truly is.
I didn’t produce it. I’m not going to defend it. It is good that the fact Obama is an ass-hat clown is now main-stream thought.
In the words of my teenage Grand Daughter;
Saturday Night Live is “ So Yesterday “ !!!
Fading to black...
That is hilarious. Obama’s toast when even the toadies at SNL turn on him. No wonder rumor has him emotionally confused and dejected.
While SNL has lost the majority of it’s humor and tends to bash the Right, consistently, they do have a skit or two that is spot on and pretty damn funny, IMO. I do enjoy a lot of their “shorts”....
My husband constantly questions why I still watch “that crap”, but I like to see what they come up with and how often they start bashing the people they should be.
Since they are watched by mainstream to be sure...it’s good to see maybe SNL is actually “getting it”...