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I recently submitted an idea to the producers

of SNL (Saturday Night Live) for a skit in which Ron Paul would play a doctor who happens to be named "Dr. No".

The skit would include references drawn from "The Daily Show" episode where John Stewart said Ron Paul is being treated like "the 13th floor in a building" so, the SNL skit could use this allusion in their skit where "Dr. No" is paged to the 13th floor of the hospital.

It was only a rough idea but, I believe they may be able to create something hilarious and useful out of it.

Personally, I believe an appearance on SNL would be a win/win for their ratings and RP's campaign.

We shall see..



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They don't take...

unsolicited ideas, etc., due to union writers contract terms.

If they took ideas from anyone and it were a successful strategy it would undermine the lock union writers have on the networks. Just like any union it keeps their wages artificially inflated and consumers foot the bill.

Oh well...maybe someone will run with it from the show.

"For having lived long, I have experienced many instances of being obliged, by better information or fuller consideration, to change opinions, even on important subjects, which I once thought right but found to be otherwise." - Benjamin Franklin

... and it's not as funny.

... and it's not as funny.

HEY SNL! Freedom is Funnier.

can I get away with "funnier"? ha.