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Wednesday, 29 October 2008

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Sarah Doolittle? - With the final days of Presidential campaigning drawing to an end and the Republican party behind in the polls, it can now be questioned by political pundits whether Sarah Palin was a hope or a hinderance to the process.

As both McCain and Palin campaigned separately in the against odds campaign.

Palin criss crossed the battleground plains states and McCain headed to Kennebunkport, Maine to seek advise from George Bush Sr.

TheSpoof.com political correspondants Eliza Dononuv and Hank Higgins analyzed the campaign

Eliza: The pain in McCain is sadly in Palin.

Higgins: Again?

Eliza: The pain in McCain is sadly in Palin.

Higgins: I think she's got it! I think she's got it!

Eliza: The pain in McCain is sadly in Palin.

Higgins: By George, she's got it! By George, she's got it! Now once again, where is all that pain?

Eliza: In Palin! On the plain!

Higgins: And where's that soggy McCain?

Eliza: In Maine! In Maine!

Higgins, Eliza: The pain in McCain is sadly in Palin. The pain in McCain is sadly in Palin!

Higgins: In Hartford, Hereford and New Hampshire. . .?

Eliza: Hurricanes hardly happen. How kind of you to let me come!

Higgins: Now once again, where is Palin?

Eliza: On the plain! On the plain!

Higgins: And where's that blasted pain?

Eliza: In McCain! In Maine!

Higgins, Eliza: The pain in McCain is sadly in Palin! The pain in McCain is sadly in Palin


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