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Sarah Palin on SNL

What did you think?

I thought Palin was good on SNL, but I wish the SNL writers could have given her a better skit. It was kind of lame, but I don't think it was her fault. Most mom's have a sense of humor and know how to have fun.
The 2nd skit was much better than the first. I think the opening of the show was kind of weak.
Anyway, this election and watching CNN all day, every day must be getting to me. Last night I had a dream about Sarah Palin. No lie. I had a dream that me and my fiance were arguing. I got so angry that I stormed out of the house. I don't know how, but after that, I was in the Italian Market part of the city. I noticed a rally was going on. It was a very small rally (most people in this area support Barrack). So I figured this was my time to tell Sarah Palin how I really feel about her. She was in the crowd talking to people and shaking hands. I walked towards her as everyone was leaving and I called to her. She turned around, walked over and shook my hand. So, I told her that as a mother I really admire and respect her. That I thought it was great that she managed to keep a career and have 5 children. I told her that I thought she was a hard working, and respectful woman, but that I don't agree with her politics. We talked for a few minutes and she introduced me to some friend of hers and when I left I told her it was nice to meet her but that I still don't want to vote for her and she said, "I understand." She wasn't mad or upset or anything.
After that it was night time and I knew my fiance was going to be mad about me walking out and getting home so late. So I walked all the way to Broad & Snyder. Got some chicken from Popeyes and walked home with my daughter.

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