Haven’t been able to tweet since learning how brave it was for Julianne Moore to play Sarah Palin cuz I’m afraid she’ll never work again—
Andy Levy (@andylevy) January 14, 2013
Remember all that stuff about how Julianne Moore humanized Sarah Palin? Well, director and star just said, basically, "f— that s—."—
John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) January 14, 2013
Actress Julianne Moore won a Golden Globe award tonight for her portrayal of GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin in “Game Change.” The movie’s director, Jay Roach, who also snagged a Golden Globe for best TV mini-series/movie, praised Moore for her courage. Because, you know, jumping on the anti-Palin bandwagon in Hollywood takes real guts.
It was "brave" of Julianne Moore to portray Sarah Palin? We need to rethink our overuse of that word.—
Chris (@xminustDC) January 14, 2013
Even lefty comedian Mo Rocca and some of his fans seem self-aware:
Moore made sure to give a shout-out to other prominent women in the entertainment world for their historic roles in sliming, mocking, and demeaning Palin.
Julianne Moore gives shout-outs to Tina Fey and Katie Couric for their role in, well, destroying Sarah Palin's veep chances.—
Nikki Schwab (@NikkiSchwab) January 14, 2013
It’s been the theme of the night because, as we all know, Sarah Palin is still living rent free in libs’ heads.
Sarah Palin jokes are so current.—
Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) January 14, 2013
So, so “brave.”
The elitist self-congratulations, it burns.
HBO = Heroic Brave Operation according to Jay Roach. Shouts out the 3 best Palin impressions: Moore, Fey, and Palin (KW)—
(@ThePlaylist) January 14, 2013
And, of course, Moore is eminently qualified to pronouce Palin unqualified.
This from a woman who says “electorial.”