Sarah Palin angry at Tina Fey for making her look stupid.

Sarah Palin is not happy with Tina Fey.  Palin thinks Fey’s famous impersonation of her made Palin look “stupid”:

In an excerpt from the new edition of SNL tell-all “Live From New York,”printed in the Hollywood Reporter, Palin had this to say about her decision to be a guest on the show: “I know that they portrayed me as an idiot, and I hated that, and I wanted to come on the show and counter some of that.”

This isn’t the first time she’s voiced displeasure with Tina Fey and her epic impression. Back in 2009, Sarah Palin said it was “perplexing” that the comedian was named entertainer of the year, and that “it also says a great deal about our society.”

Hrm, I don’t know if it was Fey who made you look stupid, Sarah.  To quote Obi-Wan Kenobi:

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I mean, it wasn’t Tina Fey in any of these clips claiming that Alaska’s proximity to Russia gives you credibility in foreign policy, unable to name a single news source, and contradicting yourself within the space of two sentences:

And it wasn’t Tina Fey impersonating you saying “Waterboarding is how we baptize terrorists.”  You can tell because it wasn’t funny:

And, in some cases, Sarah, you wrote the script yourself:

And it wasn’t Tina Fey who created a whole channel where Sarah Palin operates without a script and it’s recorded, providing us gems like this:

Blaming Tina Fey for making you look stupid, Sarah, is like blaming the weatherman for making it hot outside.

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