I liked it. Had some funny and sweet moments. Loved the Rick Perry and Ron Paul jokes. I hope those are jokes that Ann Romney would really make. They only have one note to play when criticizing Ann (unrelatable), so this skit was a clever way of invoking her likeness without playing the same old song.
SNL’s skit about the “47 percent” gaffe which showed Mitt at a McDonald’s with diverse friends and in the cash cab was so funny I shed tears. “Here comes the sugar blindness!”
I think maybe this sketch shows that we’ve turned some kind of corner. Instead of going for the obvious “Mormon” jokes, SNL did something totally different, which indicates to me that maybe Mormons are becoming something other than just stereotypes to the media. I don’t want to read too much into this, but it seems like a positive step to me.
I’m glad others have noticed that Obama’s best friends are Hollywood’s elite. I’m so mad about that dinner at Sarah Jessica Parker’s. Seriously, if I don’t vote for Obama, that will be why. I forget about it and think, “oh, maybe I’ll vote for him.” Then I remember that hypocritical move. I’m weird that way. Little things get stuck in my head. I mean, seriously, I’m going to vote for the president because Scarlett Johannsen wants me to? Are you kidding me?
I thought it was terrific. Good point about the Republicans wanting Ron Paul or Rick Perry back.