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Landline TV Goes Rogue With Palin’s Book

Landline TV, a New York-based production company run by obnoxious 20-something liberal arts college grads, spoofs former Vice Presidential Candidate and author Sarah Palin’s Going Rogue in this video.

They literally treat Palin’s book like trash that could make someone want to vomit.

But not to worry, they are conservationists at heart.

“We only bought one copy of the book, scanned and copied the book jacket then applied it to 99 cent hard covers so we could keep costs down and not support the publishing of it,” remarked Jared Neumark of Landline TV.

Neumark claims the company isn’t overly Democrat or Republican. “Our feelings about Palin are probably pretty typical for mid-20 year olds who went to liberal arts schools,” he said in an e-mail. “But we make fun of both sides of the spectrum.”

Last year Landline spoofed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in a spoof about her having a mad crush on President Obama. Check it out after the jump.


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