Skip to comments.Too hot for YouTube! NBC's Palin 'incest' video yanked
Posted on 09/22/2008 8:09:36 PM PDT by hope
YouTube has pulled from its website a video of a "Saturday Night Live" skit featuring characters portraying New York Times reporters investigating whether Todd Palin was having sex with the couple's own daughters after NBC expressed a claim of copyright, even though a wide range of other "SNL" clips remain available.
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You can criticize the NY Times and not include an innocent family. If you want to do a skit about them making something up, make it something outlandish. This was just an opportunity for SNL to get a dig in to the Palins.
2008, the year the media finally flopped over and died. I hope the last real journalist turned off the lights.
Okay, let’s not overreact.
SNL pulls all their stuff on YouTube for copyright reasons.
I thought the rest of the skit was all directed at NYT's arrogance but using Palin and Alaska as backdrop.
The man is sick. No one should be defending him. We have to get to the bottom of this even if some of his campaign assistants have to be dragged out into the public square and interrogated at length.
Power to the People!! Good news, getting pressure for that disgusting skit.
Pray for W, McCuda and Our Troops
exactly, there has been plenty of things that they could have done skits on that would not be flattering to Obama, and nada. There wouldn’t be such outcry if they had used some other subject, her hunting or something, but to throw out there incest was deliberate and cruel.
Speaking of Rachael Ray, I was browsing one of the PUMA sites, and discovered that McCain and Mrs. McCain were on Rachael Ray's show (maybe today?), and McCain was grilling ribs. The PUMA site posted a clip of the show, and, although I'm not a fan of McCain, he was charming. Rachael gave him a "Kiss the Candidate" apron, Mrs. McCain put it on him, and gave him a kiss, and the audience went wild. He prepared and cooked baby-back ribs, Mrs. McCain said they bought their ribs at Costco, and, again, crowd went wild. Very nice, relaxed, friendly, easy-going segment, with a nice audience - Rachael's a Class A personality type, and McCain didn't let her get a word in edgewise.
I quit watching Ray when I realized what a liberal dem she was.
Is Ted Danson available?
She reads my stuff anyway.
Fortunately these people only represent two votes, and both vote in states where most of the people are happy to throw away their power to Democrat criminals anyway.
I want them to stay happy and stay where they are, and not move to Virginia!
Sponsors, on the other hand, are usually more sensitive to angry customers and they pay for the programs. They know that they can lose customers forever to their competition with similar products. If you find that list of sponsors, please post it! Al Fraken and those who sponsor him need to feel the love.
My thoughts exactly.
Sick disgusting inbred ingrates is all I can say about them.
Then explain why all the other sketches from SNL are available on YOUTUBE, and the sketch ridiculing the NYT (the incorrectly labeled ‘incest sketch’) isn’t even available at the NBC/SNL website?
“Its NOWHERE to be found,”
OH, that’s not completely true.
“Interesting that Al Franken has incest on his mind (he’s the puke that came up with the skit).”
Let’s at least get out facts straight. And you know I am telling the truth.
Al Franken dictated the concept for the FIRST SKETCH about McCAIN, which was really dry, and boring.
He had nothing to do with the NYT / Incest sketch later on in the show, which is the subject of this thread.
Just don’t want you shooting at bears with crooked arrows, my FRiend.
I agree with you. With all the people that pass by here daily it would seem that we might be able to make a dent in NBC’s plans by getting a list those sponsors and letting them know how we feel. Personally, I think the sponsors for prime time are more important than SNL sponsors.
They stopped being funny at least 20 years ago!