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"Game Change" Trailer: The Sarah Palin Saga?

...I'm not sure how I feel about this.

On the one hand, I would never, ever take it in good faith that anyone in Hollywood wanted to give conservative Republicans a fair representation (although, as Allahpundit points out, even Hollywood isn't too keen on President Obama right now--I'm guessing that they'll stay focused on Palin-dramatization rather than glorifying their erstwhile hero). On the other hand, though, Julianne Moore's Sarah-Palin impersonation looks like some pretty spot-on acting. Thoughts?


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