SNL’s producer Lorne Michaels, being no fool, has got to be pondering this offer. It has to be especially tempting given the fact that February sweeps are right around the corner.

Given the instability and embarrassment that NBC late-night programming is going through at the moment, if Lorne Michaels doesn’t take Beck and Palin up on this offer that would no doubt reel in record ratings, Jeff Zucker will soon be ordering him to do so.

And to add a little oil to the water, I’d suggest as a musical guest… Jackson Browne:

Even more importantly, I also like that Palin echoes what I wrote about a couple of days ago concerning the question of whether or not conservatives to start a third party. Bad idea. Good on ya, Sarah.

(h/t HotAir)


4 Responses to “Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck Offer to Host Saturday Night Live”

  1. Joyanna Adams on January 14th, 2010 3:29 am

    Yes, Sarah was very stunnng on Glenn Beck, and a third party would just give another election to the democrats.

    Is she being groomed to run? Sure seems like it.

  2. Doug on January 14th, 2010 3:36 am

    You're right. The last "wildly successful" third-party candidate was Ross Perot, and what happened there? He got 19% of the vote, most siphoned from HW Bush, and Bill Clinton waltzed into office as a result.

    If the right goes third-party, we might as well give Obama and the rest of the Dems the keys for a long time.

  3. Nanny on January 14th, 2010 3:43 pm

    I don't think she is going to run. I think she is going to become a voice and heavy weight with the Tea Party to force the Republican party into backing conservatives with principals for office and getting back to the basics of the conservative platform. Once that is done I think she may be the perfect leader for the RNC and keep those candidates from straying into RINO territory. She is a tough lady and would be perfect for this position. The MSM has skewered any chance of her running for office and will go to any lengths to keep her from doing so. She is more valuable to conservatives as the front person because she can tell the libs and the press to stick it where the sun don't shine and get away with it.

  4. Jeremie Jordan on January 14th, 2010 5:19 pm

    Here's why I am for a third party even if it means another term of Obama…can someone tell what the difference between a recent GOP hopeful like Huckabee and Obama? I am NOT going to vote for another GOP disaster like McCain. Hell McCain is harder on Obama in his senate re-election ads than he ever was during the Presidential campaign.

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