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Friday, 27 August 2010

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President Obama was invited to Palin and Beck's shindig but he and Mrs. Obama have plans to take the girls to McDonald

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The two organizers of the Washington D.C. "I Have A Dream" rally Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin have expressed a little bit of concern that some people, and not just African-Americans, but Norwegians, Peruvians, Asians, and some Amish as well are looking at the rally as poking fun at Dr. Martin Luther King.

Sarah Palin said that nothing could be further from the truth. She stated, "Ya know, Dr. King liked the Temptations. I like the Temptations. The good doctor liked Ray Charles. I like Ray Charles.

The good doctor liked Dinah Ross & The Supremes. I personally cannot stand the bitch. Now hear me out on this one people. Yes, I liked the Supremes, the two backup sistas. But I did not care one iota for that skinny little, stuck-up, arrogant, sarcastic, Naomi Campbellesque skinny little ho skank who was the lead singer."

Palin said that she would rather listen to two caribou making those atrocious mating sounds that they make than to listen to the skinny Ross woman.

Glenn Beck was asked if he agreed. He smiled and said, "Whatever my sweet, sexy Sarah says."

Beck was asked about the rumors going around that he has expressed more than just a passing interest in the ex-governor from Alaska, and the ex-failed GOP presidential candidate for vice-president.

Glenn turned pink and actually started slobbering a little. He smiled and said that truth be told, yes he has to agree with hundreds of men, Republican, Democrat, and Independent that Sarita, as he affectionately calls her does have some right nice looking legs.

He also added that she doesn't look half bad when one is looking at her from the rear. And he said that contrary to what many have written and said, Palin's puppies have not been physically tampered with, except for the few times that her hubby Toddy has had the urge to touch, caress, and bounce them off her chin; good naturedly of course.

Beck was asked what he thought about Rev. Al Sharpton saying that he and Palin were both being disrespectful to the memory of Dr. King.

Glenn rolled his eyes. He looked at his watch and said that the reverends 15 minutes had ended about 10 years ago. He then added that who the hell appointed Sharpton to be the Batman of the black people.

Palin chimed in by saying "Ya know. Da bruda really ought ta gets hisself a hairstylist who can try and do something with his do cause the effen do ain't doin' what it supposed to be doin' you know what I mean Sapphire?"

Beck started laughing. He asked her how she knew about Sapphire.

"Snowflake" Sarah giggled and said that she used to love watching reruns of Amos and Andy when she was in grade school.

Glenn was asked who he and Palin had booked to provide the musical entertainment. He blushed and said that at first they were going to book Taylor Swift, but someone said that she was too white. Then they were going to book Keith Urban, but then someone said that he was way too white as well.

So he and Palin put their heads together (figuratively of course) and they decided to book a band that would balance out the "White Bread" rally. So they booked the world's first Muslim band, Camel Carl & The Desert Rag Headz, who hail from Saudi Arabia.

Palin said that GOP mouthpiece Ann Coulter called her up and protested saying that they were foreigners, Muslims, and not white. Palin told Coulter to shut the eff up and to go feed her horse face some oats.

SIDENOTE: Palin and Beck have said that if this "I Have A Dream" rally is successful that next they may go into Harlem and sponsor a hip hop, rap off between Camel Car & The Desert Rag Headz and Snoop Dogg and Jay Z.

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