-Yes, this SNL skit with “featuring” Sarah Palin and Hilary Clinton is very funny; everybody laughs when they see it. But could this skit somehow send a poor message about female leaders? This is a question I have heard somebody ask, so I thought about it. I have seen this skit many times online and even on the news channels. When I first watched it, I just laughed and thought, “Wow that is pretty funny.” But then I thought about it and wondered. Could this make the idea of female leaders look bad? True, the goal of the skit was probably to make Sarah Palin look bad and stupid, but I think that both actors portrayed both their characters as sort of bad and stupid. Yes, it is a comedy, but it can still impact people in a poor way. Both potential leaders are on screen, giving stupid or sarcastic answers to issues. I think that though this is a comedy of Sarah Palin and Hilary Clinton, it may be based off the true opinions of some. Even with all this analysis, I have decided that overall this skit does not truly hurt the idea of a female leader in the United States. I think people ask the question more because this is a big year for female candidates. But in all the presidential races, there are skits, comics, or ads that make fun of whoever is running. There are even these same things made against people who are in office. Overall, it does not affect people’s true views, it is just something to laugh at.
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