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Biden Loses it on "Good Morning America" Over SNL Parody Skit

Earlier today:

Appearing on ABC's "Good Morning America" Wednesday, Biden laughed, and laughed, and laughed -- and laughed some more -- when host Diane Sawyer played a clip of last weekend's gut-busting vice presidential debate skit. Biden was laughing so hard after watching the clip of actor Jason Sudeikis lampooning Biden's admitted soft spot for GOP presidential nominee John McCain that he was rendered something he rarely, if ever, is: speechless.[...]

We asked Biden's traveling campaign spokesman, David Wade, what in the world had come over Biden to provoke such uncontrollable laughter. Wade, ever clever, ever partisan, replied, "Joe Biden spent more time laughing than Governor Palin has answering questions. But who can blame him? That skit was the second funniest thing I have ever watched. The first was when John McCain said he's a maverick."

If you haven't seen the parody, you can check it out here.

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Comments (1)

i guess we don't have to wonder any more why the GOP was trying so hard to keep Palin as far away from live TV coverage as possible...


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