Tina Fey on Sarah Palin: ‘She’s got none of that droopy shit. She’s keeping it tight!’

October 21st, 2008 // 140 Comments

Tina Fey has been thrust into the political spotlight this election year ever since John McCain picked her Alaskan doppelganger Sarah Palin to be his running mate. Initially, Tina didn’t see the resemblance but now wishes the two looked more alike, according to the latest issue of TV Guide:

“When I first saw her, I didn’t think we looked alike at all. Then during the convention, I started to think, ‘Ok, maybe a little.’
“I’ll tell you, that lady is five times better-looking than I am. She’s 44? She’s got none of that droopy s–t. She’s keeping it tight!”

And that’s an endorsement. Quick, somebody slap that shit on a bumper sticker: “Sarah Palin: 1 out of 1 liberal comedians that look like her agree: ‘She’s tight like prom night.’ McCain/Palin ’08. AWWW YEAH!

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  1. Ol'Red

    haha good news there?

  2. daffy

    second

  3. Yank and wank they rhyme for a reason

    Who gives a fuck this bitch is not funny, and Palin is potentially very dangerous.

  4. daffy

    second

  5. daffy

    second

  6. JJ

    Tina’s wrong. Sarah Palin is 10 times better looking than her.
    #3 – You’re right. She is dangerous. She’s dangerous to America’s enemies – liberals and terrorists.
    McCain/Palin ’08

  7. absolutely

    Um, yes and yes on the bumper sticker, please. Except leave out the whole McCain Palin 08 thing.

  8. bar room hero

    @6, are you serious ????

  9. Jeeeesus

    JJ people like you are the reason America is in the shitter. Liberals are tne enemy? Give me a fucking break. Soon its going to be Liberals = Terrorists.

    Go choke yourself and do us a favor

  10. Bickus Dickus

    Tina Fey should be following Sarah Palin around slurping her ass after every dump. It was Palin (or VPILF as I like to call her, V.P. I’d like to Fuck) that resurrected Fey’s pathetic career. After years of watching Amy Poehler carry Fey on the Weekend Update, I was so happy to see that sniveling little wretched bitch booted from the show, with her little “quips” and holier than thou attitude as she blamed everything from the weather to her period on GW Bush.
    Now Fey has the audacity to publicly denounce Palin and is quoted as saying she can’t wait till Obama is elected so she never has to play the VPILF again.
    I hope McCain-Palin win so that this wretched excuse for an American is type-cast and can never find any other acting roles except playing Palin, which will hopefully drive her to commit suicide.

  11. Turd Ferguson

    ^
    dum dum

  12. bar room hero

    Palin is a joke!

  13. your best friends girlfriend

    @8 yes they are. They are also a complete moron.

    Thankfully, they will not get what they want come November.

  14. Jo Mama

    Am I the only one who read Tina Fey on Sara Palin and got mildly erect?

  15. bar room hero

    @13

    We can only hope! I live in Texas( not by choice), so I am surrounded by these right wing whack-jobs.

  16. Right Fury

    @yank,wank, bad teeth,

    Fuck you and your little toilet floater you call a country. Even IF we elect a fucking piece of crap socialist, we’ll still be better at being socialist than you pathetic limey’s.

    Put down the tea you effeminate douche and have some coffee.

  17. Anonymous

    McCain/Palin supporters are getting nervous…….the end is near for them. Palin will soon fade back into obscurity, and we’ll all be better off for it. I’m looking forward to it.

  18. Poll Vault

    ^ Assclown

  19. GeoS

    When I listen to Pat Buchanan, and Michelle Bachman, and witness the smear campaign that McCain/Palin have launched, I just cringe. What happened to the Republican Party I grew up with? Is this the type of leadership we want in the White House?

    After looking into Palin’s record, I am convinced that she is not ready take on the position of neither president, nor VP for that matter. And McCain is hardly the “maverick” he is now portraying. I listened to the Colin Powell segment on Meet the Press, as well as the interview he gave to reporters later, and I agreed with everything he said. I’m voting for Obama; first time I’ve ever voted for a Democrat for the presidency. But I firmly believe it’s the right thing to do, given the alternatives, and given the state of national and global affairs, today.

  20. Poll Vaulted

    ^ Bigger Assclown

  21. Right Fury

    @bar room hero, lol

    You should most likely move to england then. You may be happier. Just a thought.

  22. Right Fury

    I love it when you guys confuse smear campaign with truth.

    That’s how you get by though. Ignore truth.

  23. Max Planck

    Absolutely right. Palin is no more qualified to be vice president than the governor of Arkansas was to be president in 1992. (That’s Clinton for the historically challenged.)

  24. your best friends girlfriend

    ^ biggest assclown

  25. Oh Ah ooooh

    $603M in spending compared to $79M and all they can do is a few points better in the poles?
    This should not even be a race and now the gap is narrowing daily?WTF?
    This is total proof of how smart “the messiah” really is….

  26. jamie

    sarah is the shit

  27. your best friends girlfriend

    @26
    oops. you put ‘the’ in there……………
    We understand what you mean though

  28. Kennedy

    #6 Watches too much Fox News and Hannity.

    I like Obama’s tax plan to have the tax rates like in the Regan administration. The rich elite get taxed the most because they make the most money and give tax breaks to the rest of the 95 percent of Americans. McCain wants to give the oil companies 4 billion dollars in tax breaks and not give the rest of the 95 percent of Americans a tax break.

  29. JJ

    #8 Yes, I am serious.
    #9 Liberals will never equal terrorists, unless you’re Ayres, who is both. However, liberals are a threat to the American way, pushing us ever closer to socialism and a welfare state and making us weak. Choke myself? Intelligent.
    #13 “yes they are. They are also a complete moron. ” You’re calling me a moron?? Learn proper grammar before trying to make such a point and looking like a fool.
    #17 I AM nervous. Look at the responses to my comment and realize these geniuses have the right to vote. It makes me very nervous.

  30. Eric

    “It was Palin (or VPILF as I like to call her, V.P. I’d like to Fuck) that resurrected Fey’s pathetic career.”

    Tina Fey left SNL to create, write, and be the lead actress for “30 Rock”. She’s won Emmy awards for all 3 parts of her involvement in the show. She was at a career high before Sarah Palin brought her Trig-speak to the national political stage. Like a lot of people, Fey did better after leaving the long-stale SNL show.

  31. Professor

    #23

    You should be comparing Palin with Biden and not Clinton. Clinton studied Government and Law in college. Biden has by far a more impressive education to be President because he majored in Political Science, History, and Law. Palin just majored in communications.

    Palin spent her first college semester at Hawaii Pacific College, transferring in 1983 to North Idaho College and then to the University of Idaho. She attended Matanuska-Susitna College in Alaska for one term, returning to the University of Idaho to complete her Bachelor of Science degree in communications-journalism, graduating in 1987.

    Biden attended the University of Delaware in Newark, where he graduated with a double major in history and political science in 1965. He went on to receive his J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law in 1968, and was admitted to the Delaware Bar in 1969.

  32. Barack Obama

    Tina Fey for President!!!

  33. Venkman

    Dips. If the pendulum of democracy doesn’t swing from liberal to conservative every few years, this country will become what all others have before it – a banana republic, controlled by the banks. Dips. Franklin told you how to be free, so stop ignoring a man who is smarter than you + your children + your children’s children’s children will ever be. Read a book.

  34. It's time to stop the psychos

    #3 – “You’re right. She is dangerous. She’s dangerous to America’s enemies – liberals and terrorists.”

    This is what McCain and Palin are bringing out in America. Not just in psychos yelling stuff out at rallies or ranting online, but in on-the-record interviews by elected Republicans:

    Michelle Backmann, Republican Representative, Minnesota:

    “I wish the American media would take a great look at the views of the people in Congress and find out are they pro-America or anti-America.”

    McCain/Palin? No. McCarthy/Palin. You’re a disgrace to this country.

  35. dragon43078

    I do think that in this counrty, Liberals are the closest thing to terrorist we have. They tear down the working class while giving everything to the worthless fucking welfare scum who are draining this country dry. Why? because liberals only care about POWER and giving the scum of America a free ride guarantees votes. LIBERALS ARE SCUM OF THE EARTH. Not Democrats_ Liberals. There is a big diference.

  36. JJ

    #28 Oooh…FoxNews and Hannity. I’ve never heard that one before. Go watch MSNBC and Olbermann and Maddow. Ha! Gotcha!!
    So you like the idea of penalizing those who do well. You want to give a tax break to the 40% of Americans who don’t pay any taxes? That means we send them a check in the mail, and that’s called welfare. Wait, I have a better idea. Lets not cut or raise anyone’s taxes. Lets keep more money in everyone’s pockets, so businesses can afford to hire more people. Lets spend less, help only those who really need it, balance the budget, pay down the debt and get out of this hole we’ve dug ourselves into. Then we can invest in renewable energy and alternative energy and get off foreign oil. Let’s let people decide how to spend their money, and not the government.

  37. —36–
    How about taxing people that can afford to pay a higher tax rate. Obama has no problem getting taxed at the higher rate. 95 percent of Americans pay a higher tax rate than the rich 5 percent of Americans.

    –29–
    For the past 8 years corporate America has enjoyed corporate welfare under the Bush Administration. While corporate America and the rich elite get the greatest tax breaks, 95 percent of the rest of Americans have a higher tax rate than corporations and the rich elite. America feeds most of the world but the US can’t take care of the 20 percent of the Americans living in poverty? I believe you have no idea what you are talking about and are repeating Republican rhetoric from watching Fox News and listening to Hannity & Combs. The rich Republicans are counting on people like you to keep the rich richer and the middle class and poor poorer by voting for McCain.

  38. meh

    Much ado about nothing.

    The election is in the Electoral College, not in the general vote. McCain is clearly ahead in maybe 2 or 3 battleground states, and all the rest are either tied or have Obama clearly ahead. McCain is way behind Bush’s electoral map in his two squeaker election victories. He’ll need absolutely everything to break his way on election day. Won’t happen.

  39. PunkA

    My problem with Palin’s comments aret who decides whether one is pro- or anti-American? I mean, come on, we have been down that road before and it was disastrous. Comments like hers are dangerous. Sure, she is a MILFy governor that I;d poke, but that does not mean I trust the bitch. And I lean conservative, too.

  40. JJ

    #34 – Read my post #29 “Liberals will never equal terrorists, unless you’re Ayres, who is both. However, liberals are a threat to the American way, pushing us ever closer to socialism and a welfare state and making us weak.”
    I never said Liberals are anti-American and I wasn’t comparing them to terrorists. I don’t think Liberals are anti-American at all. They love the country as much as conservatives do. What makes liberals dangerous is their ideology. Taking over peoples’ lives and controlling people’s money. Big government that decides how you should live your life. I don’t believe this way of thinking coincides with the vision our founding fathers had for this country. This, of course, is my opinion, which does not make me a disgrace. It makes me an American citizen who has the right to say what I think, as do you. I’m not a psycho, however, I question your stability in the way you go off on someone who disagrees with you. Have a nice day.

  41. Liberal Governor

    You stupid ass monkeys. The last 2 Democratic Presidents were both southern governors with ZERO foreign policy experience. I do not care what they studied in college. Hell, I studied politics in college, does that make me qualified? Umm, no. Sure, they ran a state government. So has Palin. but big whoop. Clinton and Carter both sucked balls at foreign affairs, and Palin would too. It is the only issue where being a Washington insider actually does matter.

  42. truth

    McCain is going to lose, and he and the remaining “red meat” Republicans who are supporting him now will have to live with the political consequences of behaving like the KKK.

  43. havoc

    Calling Tina Fey a comedian is a bit of a stretch, isn’t it?

    .

  44. JJ

    #37 – I agree that individuals who make more can afford to pay more. The only thing is, small businesses take a hit as well, and small businesses create a lot of jobs. If they get taxed more, it inhibits their ability to create jobs. You’re wrong about 95% of Americans paying more than the richest 5%. The truth is that the top 10% of income earners in this country pays almost 50% of all income taxes collected because of progressive taxation. If Obama is willing to pay more in taxes, fine. I just don’t think he should impose it on others.
    I agree with you about the ultra-rich and corporations who can afford tax attorneys and high-dollar accountants to find loopholes to get out of taxes. The tax code needs to be simplified so they pay their fair share. I’m all for taking care of our own people who need help ahead of sending money overseas. I resent the fact that you assume I don’t know what I’m talking about because I disagree with you. I also resent the fact that you don’t think I can think for myself. I shouldn’t even comment on these boards, because all it does is bring attacks from folks like you, who read into my comments what you want to read into them. You’re the second person who accused me of watching FoxNews and Hannity and Colmes. What’s up with that? Because I have conservative thoughts, I can’t think for myself and I’m a mindless drone of Hannity’s? I don’t automatically accuse liberals of not knowing what they’re talking about and only watching MSNBC and Olbermann and Maddow. How about intelligent debate and leaving the attacks out of it. What do you expect from the internet, though?

  45. GeoS

    Confusing “smear with truth”? I just can’t believe that comment.

    The facts have proven that Obama: Is a US citizen; is not a Socialist; is not a Muslin terrorist; never “palled around with terrorist groups” never “palled around” with Ayers; and does not have former Fannie Mae executives working for him in his campaign.

    If people don’t know the facts, then get them, please. Stop reading those stupid chain e-mails, and stop listening to the vitrioloc rehtoric that McCain/Palin have sadly embraced in order to win this election. If you don’t want to know the truth, then God help you…before it’s too late.

  46. Jim Jones

    What the hell have liberals ever done in this country? When have they ever had any power? The Republicans have had control over things for some time now, and liberals haven’t had power over squat. Maybe if they had, the country wouldn’t doing so poorly.

  47. It's time to stop the psychos

    #40 – tap dance all you want. “America’s enemies” is what you said. “We know who the good guys are” is what Palin said. Investigating elected members of Congress to see whether they are “pro-America or anti-America” is what Bachmann said (echoing Palin’s “pro-America” language). You are all explicitly calling for a return to McCarthy’s Committee on Un-American Activities. Non-citizens of America who are trying to harm the country are our enemies. American citizens exercising their free speech rights and expressing their ideas about how to get America out of its current mess are not its enemies.

  48. Kool-Aid

    Now Jim Jones, that’s some Kool-Aid I can drink!

  49. SumrD

    To JJ:

    I’m a business consultant who happens to own a small business. From a tax perspective, I will make out better under Obama’s plan — not McCain. McCain’s revocation of certain tax codes that are available to businesses would create more taxable income. The net comparison between the two plans show, for me, that the “winner” from this perspective is Barack Obama.

    Oddly enough, most of the businesses I perform services for (both small and large), do not invest a portion of their profts into their corporate infrastructure, although they could and should. They give their high-ranking excutives an increase in salary, bonuses, etc. Usually, they are looking to cut back on jobs — not hire more people. The larger firms are always looking to fill in-house labor needs from off-shore companies because it is much cheaper to do so. At least one-third of my clients do not match 401(k) contributions, despite the fact that they can well afford to do so.

    Of course, there are firms that look to create new jobs, but to assume that most businesses out there share in this philosophy just isn’t realistic.

  50. Susan

    Conservatives are already being such poor losers in this election. You stole the election in 2000, and you used shameless fear tactics to barely win the 2004 election (constantly altering the national terrorist attack “threat level” as if the country was always on the verge of being attacked – how many times has the national threat level changed since then?). Sorry, but you’re out of dirty tricks. At least, dirty tricks that work – McCain’s and Palin’s “Imperial Wizard” act is forcing reluctant independent voters over to Obama, purely out of a basic sense of American decency.

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