Tina Fey isn´t thrilled that she´s constantly associated with former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, whom she famously impersonated during the 2008 presidential election. From Rolling Stone: As the late-middle-aged couple at the table next to us get up, the male half approaches, grinning: "Excuse me, aren´t you Governor Sarah Palin?" It´s so lame that Fey can barely manage a quarter of a fake smile. "Not for, like, three years now," she says, looking as if she´d like to dive under the table. The guy has his gag, though, and he´s going to run with it.
Comments: Cry me a river and build me a bridge! She´s the one who exploited Palin to begin with. These people are so pathetic.
Tina you think you are annoyed? Imagine how insulted Governor Palin must have felt watching you try to derail her, you silly twit, do you now want sympathy, you had best try some one who gives a patoot!
Must be tiring to be haunted by the fact the she tried to ridicule someone who is smarter and classier than she is. You are a fluke of the Universe Tina. Whether you can hear it or not, the Universe is laughing behind your back.
Tina Fey the little biyatch worked very hard in the SNL skit to never appear side by side with Palin, and some people were honestly confused by her impersonation, attributing statement to Paline that were only made by Fey. Fey went out of her way to torpedo an excellent person named Palin.
I hope Fey chokes on it.
(Fey was also mean and snarky to Taylor Swift at the Golden Globes, which is like stomping on a kitten.)
This PR release is just another feeble attempt to remind the public who she is. Just bring up Sarah in the conversation and you are good for another six months. She is nothing without Sarah and she knows it. Add Julienne Moore to this equation. They who revived their careers on Sarah´s back. These women know they are prostitutes for the left and feign indignation that some have caught on.
I really dislike Fey. She was mean in her satire of Governor Palin. As other posters have said, she did her best to discredit Sarah Palin, and did it with glee. I will not watch her at all. I am sure many others do the same. She made her bed, now lie in it. It´s ironic that she typecasted Govenor Palin negatively and is now suffering the negative consequences of her own doing. She is a nasty, mean woman.
Oh puhleeze, need more attention do we Tina! Tina will never be half the woman Sarah is. She has accomplished nothing but being famous for imitating Sarah on a really bad show. She won´t be seen side by side because she is not as beautiful as Sarah, neither inside or out.
#45, Should you ever get the chance to bump into her, might I suggest.....profusely, and loudly.....apologize to Governor Palin for what that horrible, nasty liberal moron Tina Fey did to her, and how sad you are that someone who loved the Country like her hadn´t been elected along......yadda yadda yadda..........and the minute she tells you she is not SP, tell her..........."I Know."
Fey is one of the most despicable people of all time and should / will rot in hell. Palin is a good person and Christian. Fey has chosen the side of Satan and will join him in the hereafter - just not soon enough for me.
Tina Fey tired of Palin comparisons??? Well, Tina, bless your heart.
I grew tired of my University grad DIL insisting "Sarah Palin said (insert stupid Tina Fey joke here) because Caribou Barbie is an idiot, and if you don´t shut up about politics, you´ll never get to see your granddaughter." just about 4 and a half years ago, ya got some time to catch up.
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