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Banned SNL Bailout Skit Back After Editing October 8, 2008

Posted by tkcollier in Humor, philosophy & politics, Video.
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Saturday Night Live” ran a spoof of the financial crisis that skewered Democrats like House Financial Services Chairman Barney Frank and liberal contributors Herbert and Marion Sandler, who sold toxic-waste-filled Golden West to Wachovia Bank for $24 billion. Kind of surprising, but not for long. The tape of the broadcast disappeared from NBC’s Web site and was replaced with another that omitted the references to Mr. Frank and the Sandlers. Evidently NBC and its parent, General Electric, don’t want people to hear speech that attacks liberals.

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1. randy - October 9, 2008

This gallows humor skit tells the true story better/faster
than any erudite/intellectual article on the economy!


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