Written by Abel Rodriguez
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Sunday, 14 August 2011

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Some of the kids in Piper Palin's class. (Photo courtesy of Iceberg Illustrated Magazine).

WASILLA, Alaska - Sarah Palin continues to be one of the most outspoken politicians in recent years.

And now that another female (Michele "Hair Spray" Bachmann) has entered the GOP race things should get pretty messy with all of the estrogen-laced tirades and progesterone-coated diatribes being hurled to and fro by this pair of pit bull wannabes with raging hormones.

The "Loose Moose" has been known to put her calloused hunting foot in her geographically-challenged mouth on dozens of occasions.

In her mom's defense nine-year-old daughter Piper Palin recently asked her elementary school teacher what all of the fuss about her mom thinking that the North Koreans are our allies and the South Koreans are our enemies is all about.

Piper angrily said, "I mean, ya know, it's not like my mommy said that Rhode Island is an island or that she said that there is actually an East Virginia.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Sorry to burst your frozen bubble there little Piper but your GOP mama did say those things and lots of other silly ass things along the same lines so pay attention in school and don't listen to a darn thing your mommy tells you about countries, states, governments, or Revolutionary War individuals like Paul "The Yanks Are Comin' Lads" Revere.]

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