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Poor Tina Fey Is Tired Of Being Associated With Her Sarah Palin Impersonation

January 18, 2013

Having served her purpose as a useful idiot in the 2008 election by making a female governor with more executive experience than McCain, Obama and Biden put together look like an idiot, SNL alum Tina Fey is suddenly tired of being associated with Sarah Palin.

BIG Hollywood reports…

Tina Fey Hates People Reminding Her of Sarah Palin Impression

Most comedians would kill to create a character which impacted not just his or her own career but the national conversation.

Others, like Tina Fey, would rather not be reminded of their creation – assuming said creation is former Gov. Sarah Palin.

Rolling Stone notes how Fey responds to a fan who brings up Fey’s dead-on Palin impersonation in its interview with the star of the low-rated NBC sitcom “30 Rock.”

“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. “I so enjoy watching you on Fox,” he says.

“Thank you, have a nice day,” she replies. As he walks away, she murmurs, “Until the day I die. Until the day I die.”

You got that last part right, Tina.

Will millions of Americans always remember how you helped the liberal controlled entertainment industry smear the reputation of an honorable woman?

You betcha!

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Milwaukee permalink
    January 19, 2013 2:03 am

    Wow. Can we see the end of her career from the front porch?

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