With less than a week before the American presidential election, it’s funny to think that McCain believes he can shore up a few extra youth votes by appearing on SNL.
The jury’s still out on whether or not Palin‘s SNL stint has helped or hindered the McCain/Palin campaign.
So far, it seems that Tina Fey, Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler and the other satirists are benefiting more from the publicity than are the politicians.
Republican presidential candidate John McCain is taking one last opportunity to prove he’s the kind of good-humoured guy Americans want to lead their nation.
He’ll appear “live from New York” on Saturday as a special guest on Saturday Night Live.
His appearance falls just three days before the election and two weeks after running mate Sarah Palin made an SNL appearance.