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Wednesday, 13 January 2010

Sources have confirmed that Larry, The Cable Guy. will introduce Governor Sarah Palin at the February T-Bagger convention in Nashville.

After the invocation by the Reverend T J McCorkle of Louisburg, NC and a direct descendent of Elmer Gantry, Larry will take the stage with his rallying cry of, "Git-R-Done."

Larry will introduce Palin as a genuine American hero that needs to be heard.

When Larry was contacted he stated,"I am honored. I heard that they were going to have Joe, The Plumber, but he couldn't pass the smell test. I am ready to Git R Done for Sarah! Reportedly, he will stay on at the convention to judge the men's division of the Nose Hair Contest and other events."

It won't be all work and no play at the convention. As reported previously, there will be an entire day devoted to: Making Fun Of A Cripple Day, to emphasize the complaining of those that don't have health care. The day will conclude with fireworks, country music, and a giant midget toss.

The final day of the convention will conclude with a poster and placard contest for all attendees.

"All signs must include the words, hate, Nazi, fascist, communist, socialist, negroe, gobmint, death panels,concentration camps, and a cartoon picture of Barrack Obama with red eyes and a skull cap," said a spokesman.

He continued, "The grand prize will be the envy of all who attend this LalaPalooza of a convention. The winner will get to spend an entire afternoon with Governor Sarah at her home in Wasilla and watch______ as she flosses her teeth and chews on her toenails."

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