In case you missed it, Saturday Night Live has decided to break out its political parodies into its own site, SNL Elections 2008 (thanks to Rachel Sklar over at HuffPo for finding this yesterday while I was out and about in the hinterlands of Massachusetts!). They’ve got candidate sections that go back to Chevy’s Gerald Ford as well as Will Forte’s fake candidate, Tim Calhoun. Message boards. A timeline (coming soon, it promises). E-cards. And of course, lots of videos. So if you just want to keep tabs on SNL’s politics, this would be the place to go.
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