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Tina Fey Endorses Hillary on SNL

I like Tina Fey, but I hated her "Weekend Update" guest spot last night. She basically endorsed Hillary.

Hillary supporters seem angry, as though people don't vote for Hillary because she's a woman. That's my best guess as to their anger.

Suggest that Barack is the better candidate, and they will look at you like you're sexist.

Let's face it; people don't like Hillary, and it has little to do with the fact that she's a woman. It has a lot more to do with that fact that she's a Clinton.

It has little to do with the fact that she's a "strong woman"; it has a lot to do with the fact that Barack is a better candidate.

Tina Fey even went so far as to admit that Hillary is a "bitch," but it's the "bitches that get things done." What a bunch of b.s. You don't have to be mean to get things done.

She also suggested that another "co-presidency" would be a good thing; first, I honestly don't believe that Bill shared power with Hillary; and a likewise doubt that Hillary would share power with Bill. That's not the point.

Tina, if you support Hillary, more power to you. But I didn't find your skit to be funny, and isn't that what SNL is supposed to be, funny?


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