Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Palin May Be Up for an Emmy

Frankly, I really don't care if she wins, loses or is even nominated. Just as long as it annoys the Democrats and their media stenographers. Winning, of course, would be enjoyable if only to witness the apoplectic reaction.
While Sarah Palin is busy touring America, she might want to plan a stop in Hollywood in September. While political pundits speculate about whether she'll seek the Republican nomination for president in 2012, she may potentially receive an Emmy nomination next month. She's an executive producer of her controversial series "Sarah Palin's Alaska," which the TLC network has entered for consideration in four categories: cinematography, picture editing, music composition and best reality program.
Really, the show was controversial? What little I saw of it I thought it was kind of hokey, but totally harmless. Or is it just because it's Palin they have to declare it controversial?

Now what Palin story would be complete without the obligatory Tina Fey reference?
If Palin is nominated for her series -- in which she guides the viewer on a tour through her home state -- it won't be her first brush with Emmy, and it may not be her last. Tina Fey won an Emmy two years ago for spoofing the ex-governor on "Saturday Night Live."
Palin's got more talent in her pinky toe than Fey will ever have in her life, so she would normally be a shoo-in. But somehow I suspect the Emmy voters won't be casting may votes for her.


srdem65 said...

I didn't get "controversal" either; all I got from 2 episodes was a boring Alaskan family and what they do for fun kind of feeling.

But.  Watching the MSM chase her bus was fun.  GoSarah!

southernsue said...

sarah is my candidate. i and all the world knows all about her and her family and  now all about her e-mails as governor.

the media, whoever they are or whatever they are, have vetted her so well that we know she would be a force to rekkon with. both dems and rino republ fear her, as they should, just ask the former alaska gov and his ilk what she did to them , also the oil companies. read her first book.

one thing for sure, we all want a true american to run for our president and sarah,imho, fits the mold.

please run sarah and be our first conservative female president in the USA!

David Jones said...

Sorry to disagree,  Pailin's TV show was good. I was pleased to see she was quite a natural in front of the camera and wasnt a phony like Kerry or Edwards who looked good with PR people around but were slimy or weird otherwise. If Palin is president she will be able to convince people of her ideas because she can speak convincingly and that is leadership and not thru czars or presidential orders..