Saturday Night Live & Rick Santorum
Saturday Night Live (abbreviated as SNL) is an American late-night live television sketch comedy and variety show created by Lorne Michaels and developed by Dick Ebersol. Richard John Rick Santorum (born May 10, 1958) is an American author, attorney, and Republican Party politician. /5
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The day before the election I decided to pick one of my favorites and a movie you probably never heard of. "Bob Roberts" is a satirical mockumentary starring, written and directed by Tim Robbins. The character of Roberts first appeared on Saturday Night Live in the mid 80s. Roberts is a right-wing conservative who's ruling for senate and will do anything to get elected. The movie stars Robbins, Alan Rickman, James Spader, Helen Hunt, Jack Black, John Cusack, and Susan Sarandon. The fun thing about "Bob Roberts" is trhat you can see all the infuences that Robbins drew from, George Bush, Rick Santorum, Spinaltap and the Bob Dylan dockumentary "Don't Look Back." On the day before the election the movie of the day is "Bob Roberts."
Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum looks just like Chris Parnell from Saturday Night Live.
Watching him in an interview last night, I realized just how much I'm going to miss Rick Santorum. Can you imagine if he'd been elected? Steve Carell would have had a standing gig on Saturday Night Live for four years. If anything could beat Tina Fey's Palin...
Saturday Night Live had some parting shots for Michele Bachmann and Rick Santorum to commemorate the end of the Republican primary.
Had a dream last night that Jeff Bridges was on Saturday Night Live depicting Rick Santorum deciding to drop out of the election. Jet packs were involved.
I and Saturday Night Live would like to personally thank the Republican Party for bringing us the most entertaining Primary Season in history. And we all thought that no one could surpass Sarah Palin's character, but you've done it. Lets review. Gone but certainly not forgotten, Donald Trump, Michelle Bachman, Rick Perry, Herman Cain and John Huntsman, the only real candidate who didn't get a sniff because of the 3 ring circus that is the 2011-2012 GOP Presidential Primary. Almost Gone (should be gone) Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and everybody's lovable village *** Ron Paul. And the Winner Is, Willard Mitt Romney, Mr. Etch-a-sketch himself. We are all looking forward to Mitt really doing the etch-a-sketch thing now tacking his way back from the extreem far right to the moderate center which is who he really is, I think. Thanks again guys. It was great while it lasted.
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