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Sunday, 7 February 2010

The crowd estimate was well over one hundred thousand on the streets of Nashville as Sarah Palin rode nude on a white stallion on the closing day of the T-Bagger convention.. Young men hung from street lights and the windows of downtown buildings were crowded with those that wanted to see Sarah in the buff.

Although the event mixed two different times in history, Lady Godiva (1040-1080) protesting taxes, and Moses in biblical times proclaiming "Let my People go," it did not seem to bother the crowds who far outnumbered the small attendance at the convention. Church buses lined the parking lots in the downtown area while hospital emergency rooms became flooded with cases of instant blindness among men of all ages. One diligent investigative reporter found a curious statistic. A large percentage of the instant blindness came on to men named Tom.

Celebrities at the event included Senator John McCain who was at Palin' side when she mounted. "I am here to support Sarah," said McCain. "I thought we both could use a leg up."

In other breaking news, it is being reported that the entire Cub Scout troop #34 was arrested on City Bus #56 for indecent exposure. Police have been trying to locate the boy's parents but most were not home at the time of the arrest. A spokesman for the RNC issued a statement saying that they had provided a $100,000 clothing allowance to Ms. Palin for this event and he had no further comment.

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