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Hillary Clinton @ SNL

Hillary Clinton @ SNL

Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live!

She responded to a parody of Tuesday night’s Democratic debate, which poked fun of her stance on health care and the softball questions posed to Barack Obama.

The senator then shouted the trademark line, “Live from New York, it’s Saturday night!”

Ellen Page hosted the show, with musical guest Wilco. Watch the clip below! Or watch the full SNL intro here. It’s what Hillary responded to, basically. Check it!


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  • vanessa

    1ST!!!!!!!!!!!

  • vote obama

    desperate

  • u loser without a life

    vanessa
    you mean ‘stupidest’
    go to bed dumb girl

  • erin

    Good for her! Yay Hillary!

  • LuckyL

    Tee hee.

    I want to see what Ellen Paige was like as a host. And I love Wilco

  • SNLisonandiamwritingthis?

    watching it right now!! I can barely make ridiculous incoherent comments because of this show. Ellen Page is GREAT (just like Tony the Tiger says) all in all it has been a gut busting episode. THANK GAWD THE WRITERS STRIKE IS OVER!

  • My english is bad, sorry! but.

    …where is her neck in that picture?

  • Janis

    I love her! she is so cute

  • fattie

    GO OBAMA!

  • hannah

    GO HILLARY!!!

  • jOHN

    Nobama is trash. Hillary is better and more experienced

  • magnolia

    Finaly some one is exposing the baiest media. I had to quit watching that last debate.
    they were so unfair to Mrs Clinton, absolute BS.
    I acutally like Barrack Obama but I want this to be fair debate, the way they babied him was just not right.

  • oBSERVER

    Thanks for the video! I was just reading the NYT article about this and came here to look for it. Where can I find the entire two shows on her from this and the last Saturday?

    I hope she wins.

  • http://justjared Swizzle

    Does anyone even watch SNL anymore????

  • Nicole m

    I want her to win! She could really change things. And, I’m sick of male presidents! Women are ruling the world now. I think it is time for a woman president.

    Obama? I think his wife has him on a short leash!

  • oBSERVER

    #14: I’m watching it on SNL website!

    http://www.nbc.com/Saturday_Night_Live/video/#mea=221776

  • Julia

    Yay for Hillary! I hope she wins!

    And yes, lots of people still watch SNL. It’s awesome!

  • oBSERVER

    Thanks! I’m looking at the video here again, this time with much more satisfaction.

  • http://GPost Team Lara Croft

    Billary’s despearte attempt. Guess what Witchary, you have to get 60% of Texas and Ohio to actually be the nominee. Youhave not done that so far except in Arkansas. So maybe it is time to stop wasting our time and let the real Democratic nominee start his campaign with McCain. And btw, being First Lady does not count as experience. God help us if Laura Bush, Roslyn Carter, Barbara Bush will claim monitoring the White House egg hunt as experience. Give it up. And plese show us your income taxes. Every other candidate has publicized them, why not you Billary?

    Obama ’08!

  • http://GPost Team Lara Croft

    Nicole m @ 03/02/2008 at 1:33 am

    I want her to win! She could really change things. And, I’m sick of male presidents! Women are ruling the world now. I think it is time for a woman president.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    We should not judge Presidential candidates based on gender, race, religion and the like. Base it on character. Margaret Thatcher was Prime Minister of Engl;and and she was the biggest cow/. Being a woman is no guarantee. Give me great character and wise judgment. Billary has show neither. As an anti-war American citizen, I say no to 8 more Clinto years. no to sex in the oval office and altoids on presidential penises from White House interns. And yes to change!!!

    Obama ’08!

  • oBSERVER

    hahahaha, it’s so funny.

    But seriously, it’s no joking matter who should win here. It’d be failure of Democracy if he wins against her.

    [hahahah... i'm watching the video.]

  • jOHN

    i agree, obama should not win. Go hillz

  • http://GPost Team Lara Croft

    Billary=Republican values: Voted for war.

    And claims she is President representing strength of women but cries to get votes in New Hampshire then whines about being called on first in debates. boo hoo Billary. And what breakthrough is it that her power comes from marrying well and having a former President as her hubby? Yeah, real woman’s breakthrough. She is so fake. Show us your income tax returns Billary. What do you have to hide????

  • oBSERVER

    posts deleted?

  • oBSERVER

    Oh, I see them now.

    I agree with Hillary, I would love to take that sketch as an endorsement if I were her.

  • http://www.myspace.com/yasonbourne ILovePapaSmurf

    *Yawn* Not funny. She stinks. End of story.

  • clintonian

    GO HILLARY!

    obama is an unqualified, stuttering, stammering buffoon who loves hearing himself talk.

    he’s full of hot air and is so not qualified to be anywhere near the white house. and i’m glad people FINALLY noticed the media bias. most of the people who are voting for obama are the kind of people who get caught up in hype, while ignoring reality. the truth of the matter is, hillary is waaaay more qualified than he is to run this country. this is one of the most important jobs in the world.

    people voting for obama are acting EXACTLY like people who voted for bush in 2000 and ’04. they voted for someone they’d like to barbecue with.

    these pro-obama tools are voting for someone they want to be in a rap video with. that is NOT what a prez should be doing, people. WAKE UP.

    ffs, even obama’s stuttering and ignorance when it comes to world affairs and foreign policy smacks of idiot bush. why hasn’t the media noticed this???

    i hope texas, ohio and all those other states that still have primaries and caucuses get a reality check and vote for hillary. i really don’t want to spend another 4 years hating my president. seriously.

  • groundcontrol

    Team Lara Croft, are you an example of the typical Obama supporter? Well, the real Lara Croft would be ashamed of your nonsensical and misogynist posts.

    Clinton’s experience is more wide ranging and deeper than Obama’s. She has also shown incredible strength and grace in the face of lunatics who have tried every dirty trick in the book to destroy her since 1992. THAT is who I want in the White House. Someone already tested and proven.

    Obama can get his training wheels elsewhere. The financial health and the security of this country and the rest of the world is too important to leave in the hands of a rookie. Obama was not in the US Senate when the vote on Iraq was taken. I will bet you anything he would have voted the exact same way Hillary Clinton did if he had been. He doesn’t exactly have a history of political courage or wisdom.

    I’ll take experience and hard work over flowery and empty speeches any day.

    Go Clinton.

  • rae

    This is cute. It always surprises me when I watch things like this or YouTube clips of her on the press plane just joking around how cute she is.

  • clintonian

    groundcontrol: i could not agree with you more!

    i’m amazed how people don’t point out obama wasn’t even a senator when that vote was taken. and i agree he would’ve voted like hillary.

    it’s also pretty incredible how many times obama never took a stand at the state level in illinois. if he was already that cowardly and ill-informed at the state level, why are people giving him such credibility to leapfrog to president??? it makes no sense whatsoever. it’s like the twilight zone when i watch these news programs, seeing all these pundits and commentators fawning over him. the media bias against clinton is a hard fact that can no longer be ignored.

    a week or so ago, i sat and watched one of obama’s stump speeches and i swear i didn’t extract anything of substance in the 40 minutes or so that he spoke. i can’t believe the network gave him full coverage, while only showing 10 minutes of clinton’s and 8 minutes of mccain. is that fair? hardly. but i know when i have trouble sleeping at night, i should just tivo one of obama’s sermon like speeches.

    seriously, obama sounds just like those false preachers who swindle money from gullible americans. those voting for obama are the ones truly being bamboozled.

  • carrienae

    Obama twists things like he didn’t agree on the Iraq war. He wasn’t even a senator yet, then. Once he became a senator she started having second thoughts and that the war was justified and began voted for Bush’s war every single times. I know that the Obamatics have invested their votes and money for this man. Realizing who this man is, hurt the Obamatics ego. Of course they are gonna fight for their man eventhough knowing he is not YET qualified for presidency.
    This, I say, I fear for this country… when ego rules over what is best for this United States of America.
    I pray for humility and rationale. I like Obama eversince he gave that speech during the 2004 convention. I truly believe that he is NOT yet ready handling the job. His lack of foreign and economic policy experience is going to put this country in crisis continually.
    Hillary is the solution not just as an inspiration.

  • http://GPost Team Lara Croft

    groundcontrol @ 03/02/2008 at 3:32 am
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    The typical Obama supporter, as polls show, are people who have college degrees, earn over $50,000, etc – so if you consider me a typical Obama supporter than I am in good company.

    I am a woman. And I come from a family of strong, educated women. That said, I do not believe I HAVE to vote for a woman because she is a woman. For example, I would rather NEVER vote than to vote for someone like Condoleeza Rice – she’s a woman! Hillary Clinton did the thing I cannot morally support. She voted for the Iraq war. My family has awlays been suoorpter of the Clintons. I was highly disappointed when Bill had sex with an employee in the White Hous however my parents continued to to support him. Then we all began to assess Hillary’s tactics and votes. We became very disappointed in her. She was the last person I expected to go along with Bush’s lies. And she did. She did so to get on the good side of the Republicans.

    The joke is Hillary has been a Senator for 6 years yet she runs this story of experience. What has a First Lady done that would warrant experience for the office of the Presidency? Like I said, Barbara Bush nor Betty Ford are qualified to be President just based on that experience alone.

    And if she was involved more intricately in Presidential affairs during Bill’s presidency than I have a HUGE problem with that! We did nto vote her in office, we voted him in office. We did not elect her during his term to hold any role in making decisions.

    Also, I have A HUGE problem of a President who had been in the white house for 8 years coming back to the White house. I am a strong believer in limits to Presidential terms. As I don’t believe a son of a President like George W should be President so close to his father’s former term, I don’t believe the spouse of a President should either. Now granted we do not have a law against this but it should be something we take very seriously. i am anti-dynasties. And right now, America has been under the leadership of two families for so many years adn that is problematic. Enough is enough.

    Hillary is also divisive – she went behind closed doors to try to get Health Care reform passed and was no open about her tactics. Sh epardoned her friend Rich, she takes money from lobbyists, she won’t publicize her task returns adn she just comes off as entitled, cocky, rude, whiny and manipulative.

    At the end fo the day, the people have spoken, most people are voting for Obama. The facts are in teh numbers. And if she is so great than it is curious than someone who she did not foresee is giving her such a challenge.

    Hillary is part of an old political machine. She is old school. America wants a new take on politics.

    I am voting for Obama becaus I am a secure enough woman to understand that sometimes what looks just like you may not be best for you – it is character and wisdom that matter. And she has let me down in her judgment. Completely let me down. i still ahv emy Hillary for Senator NY pin. I put it away in the bottom of a drawer and never have taken it out since. She let a lot of us down. And FYI, I volunteerred for her campaign for Senate when I was living in NY. My girlfriend did too. And we have both moved on to a candidate that has better judgment.

    Obama ’08!

  • http://GPost Team Lara Croft

    And FYI< Obama has more experience than Abraham Lincoln did when he became President and who can argue Lincoln was one of the greatest? He certainly is one of my heroes, good old Abe. ANd John F Kennedy – the list goes on. obama has 20+ years experience in legislature, community organizing and the Senate – he actually has more actual legislative experience than her but of course that is not the story she runs. Give me a break. Look at the numbers. She is so behind. Like I said, she has to win Texas and Ohio by 60% to mathematically win this thing. She has not done that (only in Arkansas) so good luck Billary.

  • groundcontrol

    clintonian @ 03/02/2008 at 3:42 am groundcontrol: i could not agree with you more!

    i’m amazed how people don’t point out obama wasn’t even a senator when that vote was taken. and i agree he would’ve voted like hillary.

    it’s also pretty incredible how many times obama never took a stand at the state level in illinois. if he was already that cowardly and ill-informed at the state level, why are people giving him such credibility to leapfrog to president??? it makes no sense whatsoever. it’s like the twilight zone when i watch these news programs, seeing all these pundits and commentators fawning over him. the media bias against clinton is a hard fact that can no longer be ignored.

    a week or so ago, i sat and watched one of obama’s stump speeches and i swear i didn’t extract anything of substance in the 40 minutes or so that he spoke. i can’t believe the network gave him full coverage, while only showing 10 minutes of clinton’s and 8 minutes of mccain. is that fair? hardly. but i know when i have trouble sleeping at night, i should just tivo one of obama’s sermon like speeches.

    seriously, obama sounds just like those false preachers who swindle money from gullible americans. those voting for obama are the ones truly being bamboozled.

    ###############################

    Great points. I, too, had hope that Obama would develop and grow into a future candidate. His campaign has proven to be just more of the same old politics and, sadly, incredibly devisive – deliberately I’m afraid.

    When you need to try to falsely smear Hillary and Bill Clinton as racists to take away their historic and strong support in the African American community then you lose me. Obama has a history of using distasteful campaign practices and then pretending it’s not really him – it’s just the campaign. As if he is separate from it.

    You may have already read this. It’s long but this piece in The New Republic is an excellent article by a respected historian, Sean Wilentz.

    Race Man by Sean Wilentz
    How Barack Obama played the race card and blamed Hillary Clinton.
    Post Date Wednesday, February 27, 2008

    http://www.tnr.com/politics/story.html?id=aa0cd21b-0ff2-4329-88a1-69c6c268b304

    There’s also an excellent piece by Robin Morgan, Goodbye To All That (#2), published on February 2, 2008, and I cannot find the link but it’s also recent and it, naturally, discusses the disgust she feels about how Clinton is being treated as a woman in the campaign by the media and the other campaign players. I loved it and emailed it around. I’m sure it’s easily Google-able.

    I wonder how the Clintons feel about Obama now since they supported him early, raised money for him for his Senate campaign, helped groom him and got him his chance to make that speech at the 2004 convention. That’s another reason I have negative feelings about him. There was no reason for him to run this early in his career.

    Go Clinton. Keep fighting.

  • http://GPost Team Lara Croft

    And precisely because I am a strong thinking woman, I have a problem with a woman getting the entitlement to the Presidency because hubby was President. i want a woman who pulled herself from her own bootstraps like Obama did – no connections/nothing – to come tino his own.
    And again, the majority of Obama supporters are college educated, well to do, middle class, people who have college degrees – so the argument that they are non-tinking fanatics is flase. Hillary is the one getting people who make under $25,000, in rural areas that are motivated by fear and who are afraid of change despite their lack of education and knowledge.

    Obama supporters = college degrees

    Hillary supporters = GED’s in Arkansas

  • http://GPost Team Lara Croft

    groundcontrol @ 03/02/2008 at 4:53 am
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    nice try. I was wondering how long before a CLinton supporter played the race card to attack Obama.

    Look, the reality is someone in her campaig send the Drudge Report a photo of him in Kenya in Kenyan garb to try to smear him playing into America’s muslim fear – as if Muslims are the devil or something. never mind that Hillary adn that daughter of hers went to China and wore Chinese garb as Bush did in Russia. Why aren’t those pictures seen as a threat?

    The reality is : Obama is somthing you cannot understand: he is post racial.

    He came from the womb of a WHITE woman. He was raised by his WHITE grand-parents. His father is Black. His step-sister is half Asian and married to a Chinese man. His step-father was Asian.

    he is of many different cultures. He is Black because in America, esdpecially in politics, it does nto matter what White parent you have – you are seen as Black. So he is Black – but he is of a Wite mother’s womb. Obama is not a racist. nor does he play the race card. That you cannot see that the first person in America’s hsitory to be of African-American descnet who is the most viable candidate for the Presidency on teh Democratic side would experience racism is naive.

    But Obama rises above it – he takes the high road.

    Bill Clinton so conveniently pointed out after South Carolina that “Jesse Jackson won South Carolina in 88″ – why bring up Jesse Jackson? Why not a White cnadidate that won South Carolina? And the whole “it’s a fairy tale” thing was subversive and mean and full of racial undertones.

    But whatever – the reality is: most White men voting in the Democratic primary are voting for Obama; he is closing the gap in White women voting for him; most Blacks vote for him; most college students vote for himl; most young people who are sick fo the old guard vote for him.

    He has done what you Hillary supporters are bafled by – he has brought unexpected people together. He is a unifier. Americans are a great people and don’t underestimate them. We rise above this divisive expectations adn do the right thing. And the proof is in the numbers.

    Deal with it! Obama ’08!

  • http://GPost Team Lara Croft

    Sgt Duran from an Op Ed post on Philadelphia news.com on why Hillary is the wrong person – I could not of said it better myself:

    #1. She is not the “right kind” of woman…….. Because of how she comes across, she gets stuck with all the stereotypical negatives of womanhood, but none of the positives. She is cold, not stoic. She is shrill, not passionate. She is calculating, not practical. She is slick, not persuasive.

    #2. She is not trusted. We feel that she will do and say anything to get elected. How do we know that? Why she stuck with Bill – that’s why! What woman in her right mind would stay with a man like that? Unless she wants something of course. A white Southern Baptist female friend of mine, has remarked in the past that Hillary “is not representative of women”…she thinks like a man: cold and calculating.” Hillary is not the “stand by your man” type, therefore she has to be something else, and it’s not good.

    #3. She thinks she’s smarter than everyone else. She is the anti-GWB. Maybe not in policy, but in persona. Everything they love about him is what she is not. Where he is humble, she is proud. Where he is common spoken, she’s is high falutin. She’s the girl that raised her hand in class for every question, had every answer, and asked the question that kept everyone after class. GWB was the guy that pulled the fire alarm to get out of class. On a very visceral level we liked that guy, and we didn’t like the class-kiss-up. She ruined the curve. He’s the reason why we had the curve in the first place.

    #4. She’s all talk and complaining…..Can you say “easy target”? (see Kerry, Dole etc.) Exectives have the upper hand. They make sure the trains run on time. They balance budgets.She is woman that argues and complains, alot. ….

  • nic

    i like hillary. obama seems like a phoney who cant get things done.

  • moodyman

    I hate this democrat in disguise even Mccain is more an opponent of Bush than her she’s a feminine Bush

    vote anyone but this fraud

  • Stefanie

    she’s so great! she’s gotta win! and I totally agree with Clintonian + groundontrol!!!!!
    Hillary rocks!!

  • moodyman

    and no first lady or wife of a governor doesn’t count as presidential experience or Laura Bush can run in 2012
    other than being a goldwater girl,scandals with travelgate,withe water or even getting elected as a senator thanks to the jewish vote(yeah because she’s partly jewish),where are those 35 years of experience???

  • tom

    wow she reminds me the Joker…

  • Val’

    she’s ridiculous acting like she disagree with the Bush administration…till the beginning of the campaign she and her red-nose husband were very friends with the Bushes

    vote Obama the real change enough whith the monarchy

  • [☆F a m o u s☆]

    desperate.

    she has no chance in hell to beat obama.

  • sam

    I really hope she wins!

  • Nini

    GO hillary, yoiu are the best

  • !!!@

    Does she have an original bone in her body? pathetic

  • lola

    This is a desperate move by a failing candidate. I’m not voting for her because I disagree with some of her ideas. I don’t care if a candidate is a woman, or a hermaphrodite, or an alien, or anyone at all. I judge the politics, and not the person.

    –read my blog at http://fashionpoirot.blogspot.com

  • Kira

    Thanks, Jared, for showing this as I missed the show last night!

  • nora

    She’s in a desperate position at this point. I guess her verbal anxiety attack on Obama a week ago and then ridiculing him soon after wasn’t enough. Her whining about the media during the debate was hard to watch, now this…. Shame shame shame… Hillary has no dignity or integrity as a woman…
    Here is what Dick Morris, who was Bill Clinton’s most trusted advisor during this presidency has to write about Hillary:

    “As a first lady, Hillary’s sole important legislative involvement came during the first two years of her husband’s presidency when she sought to pass her ill-conceived health care reform, an effort that failed so miserably that it cost her party control of the House of Representatives for the first time in 40 years. Between 1995 to 1997, she was largely absent from the White House, traveling the world, promoting her best selling book and helping to raise funds. She never attended strategy meetings and her only intervention in the singular legislative achievements of Bill’s administration — welfare reform and the balanced budget deal — was privately to urge a veto of the former and to oppose the latter because it provided for a cut in the capital gains tax. Hillary returned to the White House in 1998 to oversee the defense to the Lewinsky scandal and the impeachment attempt, but the Clinton administration essentially folded its legislative efforts during those years and hung on for dear life. No portfolio of accomplishments there.
    In the Senate, she has largely spent her time raising funds for herself and other Democrats (in hopes of attracting the votes of super delegates) and promoting her best selling memoir Living History. In part because of a lack of attention and also because of the Democrats’ minority status during much of her Senate tenure, she has passed very, very little of note.
    Her legislative accomplishments in her first term in the Senate were almost entirely symbolic. She renamed a courthouse after Justice Thurgood Marshall. She passed a resolution honoring Alexander Hamilton and another celebrating the win of a Syracuse University lacrosse team. She renamed post offices, founded a national park in Puerto Rico….”

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