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Tuesday, 30 November 2010

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I'd be alive today if it wasn't for Obama

The Sarah Palin Blame Game is revving up full steam ahead against anything remotely to do or not to do with this country's beleaguered President. Palin learned early on that taking swipes at the current administration is good for her public image even if what she says most times is not comprehensible.

It is for this reason that she is blaming everything from the WikiLeaks scandal to the shortage of toilet paper in California on President Obama. And she isn't just doing it in the public eye. She is making the most of every opportunity in her private life as well to assault the sensibilities of anyone who will listen to her prate on about the devastating effects of Obama's failed policies.

It has been reported that the other day, her maid made the mistake of washing some brightly colored clothes with the whites and everything came out pink. This, too, was immediately blamed on President Obama, as was Todd's mistake of leaving the elk too long on the grill Tuesday night and thus serving leather-like meat to the clan. Palin is said to have ranted for several hours about how President Obama is making her life a living hell. The fact that the upstairs maid forgot to turn down Palin's sheets for the night and place a chocolate on her pillow also wasn't lost on the Presidential-bound diva.

Palin claims that by blaming President Obama for everything that goes wrong in her personal life, she is better able to relate to the American people, as a whole, that he is ruining their lives as well. "Whether it is on a personal level or a much grander scale, I am bringing to light just how pervasive this man's negative influence is on each of our lives," said Palin on her Facebook page.

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