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Tuesday, 17 November 2009

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Where any moron can be elected

An autobiography by former US ex-vice-cleaning lady's assistant Sarah Palin jumped to the top of the US bestselling charts today, as there are no other US bestselling books.

The book, 'Americans Voters Aren't Morons, (Honest)', was written by a journalist in his lunch break in downtown Anchorage, and was widely expected to sell no copies, until Mrs. Palin's publishers bought 100,000 copies of it to put it at the top of the charts.

The title refers to a nation of 250 million people taking such a talentless nobody as Sarah Palin seriously, as they have done with Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama.

One British tourist in Alaska, who took a wrong turn when he was trying to get to Russia, said: 'And you wonder why we sent our idiots West! I mean, no offence to Mrs. Palin, but she would lose in a 5-year old's political debate in Britain, and she's ten times as smart as the last 10 US Presidents!'

Sarah Palin's autobiography will probably be treated like Adolf Hitler's one, once the hype in the news about it has disappeared - kept in libraries as a joke to remind people how dumb idiotic politicians really are, especially American and German ones. And how dumb American and German voters are.

The United Kingdom is 406 this year. American soldiers are dying in the British colonies of Iraq and Afghanistan. Lucky Americans have politicians like Sarah Palin to point these things out to the American public, rather than bringing out ghost-written autobiographies about their total lack of achievements.

And sending their troops to defend British and French oil interests.

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