Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Oh Dear...

The pressure is mounting on Sarah Palin, with important questions being raised, Jim Treacher who is clearly angling for a job at the New York Times covers this breaking story:
Embattled former beauty queen Sarah Palin* continued to wilt yesterday under the pressure of fair, evenhanded media questions regarding the alleged state of "Alaska." Palin has claimed to be "governor" of the legendary land mass, which, while heretofore undiscovered by explorers, was once rumored to contain vast expanses rich with oil, gold, and "eski-mos."

Palin first made the "Alaska" claim during an Aug. 29 public appearance alongside elderly, mean-looking cancer victim John McCain. McCain, a white man with whiter hair, has long publicly blocked efforts by Barack Obama, a youthful black man with a certain indefinable aura about him, to move into his new house. Palin, also white-skinned, has been linked to the McCain offensive.

Meanwhile Iowahawk covers the opinions of the man in the street:

Andrew S., Time Magazine columnist, P-Town, MA:

"As a mainstream conservative Catholic of conscience, I am shocked and disgusted by all of the suggestions of Palin family baby-snatching and witchcraft and shape-shifting that I've been reading about in my columns. How can we really know that Bristol's new baby isn't actually the result of an incestuous prenatal affair between Trig and his probably-aborted missing twin sister during Bristol's still secret pregnancy last year? How many heads does it have? Is this new baby itself pregnant, or possible wearing a tiny rubber pregnancy suit as a distraction from other Palin family pregnancy scandals?
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Jeremiah W., minister, Chicago, IL:

"Let's remember that the Bible counsels us to 'hate the sin, love the sinner.' But let's also remember that it also tells us to hate whitey."

3 comments:

DJ said...

Yep, job titles about right for Markos.

JuliaM said...

Lol! I love Iowahawk...

Her speech was pretty good. Skewered Obama in all the right places...

Lord James Bigglesworth said...

Shape-shifting, eh? Thought she looked a bit too good.