WASHINGTON, D.C. - In what has been billed as the largest gathering of white folks since the 1912 Olympics in Stockholm, Sweden, Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck proved that they can hip and hop and rip and rap like the best hip hoppin' rip rappers in the business.
They may not have had the required 25 pounds of bling bling but they were hailed by those in attendance as Anthony and Cleopatra, Bonnie and Clyde, and yes, even Archie and Edith (Bunker).
And everyone there said that they can forgive Glenn for getting carried away after hearing the ex-governor of Alaska and ex-future mother-in-law of Levi Johnston give her resonating non-geographical speech.
After "Snowflake" finished her speech and went to take her seat back to her seat, Beck, or Becky, as his gay friends refer to him, gave her a hug, he high fived her, fist bumped her, and then he gave her a friendly little baseball players pat on her GOP ass.
Palin jumped a little. She turned around and shook her right index finger at Glenda, as he is known in San Francisco, as if to say, no, no, no. You do not touch the next president of the United States' butt as if she were some Lindsay Lohan or Paris Hilton substance abusing skank.
The rally proved to be a huge success. Sarah Palin estimated the crowd to be about 4 million. Glenn Beck's estimate was 3.8 million. A representative for the Fox Network said that it was about 300,000, and a representative for CNN said that the number was closer to 6,000.
The Reverend Al Sharpton, who watched the event unfold on TV told CNN's Anderson Cooper that as best as he could figure the final estimate as to the amount of people who attended the rally was around 935, and that included four blacks who had gotten lost, three Japanese tourists who were looking for Osaka Hiroki's Japanese Food Diner, and two illegal aliens who were hiding from the Border Patrol while dressed as conservative, right wing, tea bagging, GOPers.
Palin was asked about the 2012 presidential campaign. She smiled and said that she will most certainly be tossing her hunting hat (or cap) into the ring.
She was asked if she had thought about a vice-presidential candidate. She smiled like the Anchorage cat that swallowed the Fairbanks canary and said that she had.
When asked to reveal who that person might be, she grabbed Glenn Beck's hand and said that Becky would be her choice to run with her on the Republican ticket.
SIDENOTE: Many hardcore Republican do not necessarily like Sarah Palin's choice for vice-president, but they all agree that he is a whole lot better than John McCain's vice-presidential running mate in 2008.