Separated at Mirth: Gov. Bobby Jindal and Kenneth the Page

Bobby Jindal was supposed to be the GOP’s Great Nonwhite Hope, a potential challenger to Barack Obama in 2012 who would match the Democrat in youth and exotic ethnicity. But then we heard him speak — giving the official Republican response to the president’s speech on Tuesday night — and his chances for a presidential nomination were suddenly sunk. Not just because of his reality-challenged remarks, but also because of his unmistakable vocal resemblance to Jack McBrayer. No offense to the 30 Rock star (see video below), but America is not going to elect someone who sounds like Kenneth the NBC Page. Still, you have to love how the Republicans are apparently letting Lorne Michaels cast their young hopefuls — first, veep nominee Tina Fey, and now Louisiana Governor Kenneth. Can’t wait to see who the GOP equivalent of Tracy Morgan is.

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Filed under 2008 Election, Barack Obama, Saturday Night Live, TV

2 responses to “Separated at Mirth: Gov. Bobby Jindal and Kenneth the Page

  1. kip

    Tina Fey
    Tina Fey
    Tina Fey
    I hope you guys are proud of yourselves…

  2. JT

    separated at mirth…but now entwined forever…

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