Written by queen mudder
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Topics: Sarah Palin

Tuesday, 12 January 2010

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"Yep, Sarah's been smuggled in to write for The Spoof!" WHOever next??

Cyberspace - (Frozen Ass Mess): Nearly two years after writer queen mudder was the first to break the news that Sarah Palin would be on the McCain 2008 Dream Ticket the temptation to join the eclectic world of cyberparody has been too much to resist.

"Yeah, Sarah's turned down hundreds of offers - including a tacky stint working for Faux News!" the political editor of celebwatch website LA FagHagSlagMag said today.

"Mind you, some suspect this report she's moving to TheSpoof.com are over six months late as it is.

"Sarah could actually have been Spoofing with the best of them ever since Obama's swearing in last January."

Sources at the satirical website have long argued that half of the enigmatic Moose & Squirrel writing combo could well have been "Sarah in disguise" - given her love of big, horny animals.

"The truth is we don't yet know her Spoof screen name but are watching all newby entries very closely," a forum commentator volunteered cautiously.

Palin joins an internationally acclaimed writing team that regularly hammers out the news as seen from an alternative perspective.

Her reported initial sign-up salary is rumored to be a wacking great big one million points 'Golden Hello' bonus.

An update is expected later in the week.

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