Marc-Antoine Audette and Sebastien Trudel, aka “The Masked Avengers” prank-call Sarah Palin, with a Pepé Le Pew accent, leading her to think she was talking to French President Nicolas Sarkozy. The best part is that they couldn’t get her to hang up before they ran out of material.
I think McCain must be a secret Obama supporter. Why else would the 72 year-old candidate choose such an obvious ditz as VP.
FNS: Well, ah, I hope for you. You know we have a lot in common because personally one of my favorite activities is to hunt too.
SP: [Giggle]o h very good, we should go hunting together.
FNS: Exactly! We could go try hunting by helicopter, like you did, I never did that.
FNS: Like we say in France, “on pourrait tuer des bébés phoques aussi” [Translation: We could also kill some baby seals.]
SP: [Giggle] Well I think we could have a lot of fun together as we’re getting work done, we can kill two birds with one stone that way.
FNS: I just love killing those animals. Mm, mm. Take away a life, that is so fun!
FNS: I’d really love to go as long as we don’t bring your Vice president Cheney, hahaha.
SP: No, I’ll be a careful shot, yes.
FNS: I must say, Governor Palin, I love the documentary they made on your life, you know, Hustler’s “Nailin Palin.”
SP: Oh, good, thank you. Yes.
FNS: That was really edgy.
SP: [Laughs] Well good.
Senator Joe Biden and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin participated in the only vice presidential debate. Gwen Iffil moderated, and questions focused on a wide range of topics that included foreign and domestic policy issues.
The debate was presented in a full-screen format provided by the network pool showing candidates as they spoke with few shots as they reacted to their opponents’ remarks. Questions posed by the moderator were also summarized in the lower third of the screen.
The C-SPAN player is pretty cool, you can jump around the timeline quickly, though it only embeds with that tiny screen.