NBC guards video content pretty jealously. NBC clips posted to YouTube without authorization typically are pulled down fast. But a clip that appeared on the network's stalwart comedy show, Saturday Night Live , is racking up huge viewership on YouTube. NBC hasn't ordered the clip to be pullled from YouTube.
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Posted September 18, YouTube is being flooded with mocking videos by Sarah Palin imitators, attracting millions of viewers and triggering stormy online debate between the aspiring vice president's fans and critics. Snippets of a sketch featuring actress Tina Fey mimicking Ms Palin and comedian Amy Poehler playing former White House contender Hillary Clinton have rocketed to fame on the video sharing website just days after airing on the television show Saturday Night Live. Ms Palin's relative inexperience on the national political stage and her conservative stance on hot-button social issues, combined with her status as a moose-hunting former beauty queen and self-professed "hockey mum", has made her a particularly popular target on the web. YouTube member Sara Benincasa has been posting video logs starring herself as Ms Palin, who was tapped only three weeks ago to be Senator McCain's running mate. She compares the demands of heading a local parent-teacher association to those of running sparsely populated Alaska and opines on how being a mother of five children makes her fit to run the United States. A cross-dressing Ms Palin impersonator in a video titled "Sarah Palin Exposed" opens with excited thanks for being chosen the Republican candidate for president, then reluctantly changes it to "interim vice president". The character smirks conspiratorially and taps a finger above her chest, hinting she expects Senator McCain's heart to expire before the next would-be president's term in office. The Ms Palin impersonator intermittently scoops baby dolls from the ground, apologising for spontaneously giving birth, while she lists accomplishments that include rooting for high school sports teams and helping get a traffic light installed in an Alaska town.
Sarah Palin has shunned a brief YouTube clip in favour of an two-hour film to launch her presidential bid ahead of next year. The year-old Republican has teamed up with conservative film maker Stephen Bannon, who will produce the 'epic' documentary which will be aired next month. The film will be entitled 'The Undefeated' and will chart the former Governor of Alaska's rise to fame and her best points, in a bid to wrestle power off incumbent president Barack Obama. Going for it: Sarah Palin has teamed up with a film maker in a bid to oust President Obama. While President Obama has been enjoying banquets with the Queen and British Prime Minister David Cameron in London, Tea Party movement pip-up has been plotting how best to have another tilt at the top spot. According to insiders the the documentary portrays the former model as a maverick figure who has been persecuted by the media and ridiculed by opposition parties. Though nothing has been announced by the Palin camp yet, it is widely expected that the airing of the film will preclude her officially running for presidency.