Sunday, March 01, 2009

The "Forbidden" Saturday Night Live Skit

This was sent to me by a friend, and seemed worth passing on, if for no other reason than the humor value. I tried to verify the truthfulness of the claims made below on Snopes, but couldn't find any information to confirm it.

So, for what it's worth...

SNL did a " Bail Out" skit, which created some incredible problems for NBC because it exposed people in Congress who made FannieMae and FreddieMac their own personal piggy banks, then pointed their fingers at others. Now, NBC has tried to pull the video, almost successfully, because the video has all but disappeared from YouTube (Google owned) off the Internet. It was up on multiple Web sites and virtually all the copies are gone now. There are a few new "highly edited" copies on the Internet. How much power would you have to have to pull something from the entire Internet?

The following is the ONLY unedited copy still on the Internet. Pass it on. Let the whole world see what happened in this country and who's responsible for this financial crisis. If the clowns and writers for SNL know what's up... why shouldn’t everybody else have the information ?

Find the "banned" SNL skit here.

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