Anchorage, Alaska - "That's right. You heard it from me first," wrote Sarah Palin on her Facebook account most recently. "Obama has just asked Dr. Kevorkian, the guy who helps kill people that are about to die anyways -- I mean what's the point, right? -- to head his Panel of Death."
The former governess of Alaska and vice presidential candidate, Sarah Palin, went on to write that President secretly first meet the assisted-suicide advocate turned activist, turned domestic terrorist, Dr. Jack Kevorkian, when Obama attended Occidental College in California. There, according to Sarah Pain, they euthanized lost, stray or abandoned gerbils left behind in their dormitory during pledge week drive for their "Skull and Cross Bone" fraternity.
"That's where he meet Dr. Kevorkian. Or who I like to call, 'Skeltor' from the 'He-Man' cartoon series, remember that?" continued Sarah Palin. "It was one of my favorites. Todd reminded me so much of 'He-Man'. That's why I married him, you know. Yup, Todd is my 'He-Man."
Sarah Palin then managed, after writing several pages of comparisons of 'He-Man' to her Todd, to state that "Skeltor" helped shape Obama's views on health care, convincing him that a death panel was needed to reduce the population of its excess elderly, all people in a coma, including those in a medically induced one, and helpless handicapped orphaned children with hyphenated first or last names in order to cut costs.
Despite herself being in government, Sarah Palin went on to attack it. Saying it is not to be trusted, especially with your life.
"You can't trust a government that would put 'Skeltor' in charge of your health care," argued Sarah Palin in her Facebook entry. "Why? 'Cause you just can't depend on the government. You elect them to public office; they swear on a stack of Bibles, taking an oath to serve the people. And then what do they do? They let you down by spending practically half their time in office trying getting into a higher office. And when they don't make it, what do they do next? They quit on you. I know 'cause it happened to me. It has happened to all of us. Now, are you gonna put your life the hands in a government like that? I should hope not. So write to your representative and let them know you're on to their little game. Or better yet, don't vote for them. Maybe then they'll get the hint and quit politics altogether and just go home -- Oh, excuse me. I think I hear Todd pulling up in the driveway on his snowmobile. I better put on a pot of hot soup or something. Bye-bye...for now."