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Sunday, 28 November 2010

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Sounding more presidential than ever, Sarah Palin took time out from her reality television show and book signing engagements yesterday to speak out strongly against Generalissimo Kim Jong-il.

"America cannot stand idly by while a foreign dictator threatens world peace in North Dakota here on our own soil in the United States."

"I'm not afraid to go rogue here, go against the flow and speak from my heart when I say that I believe that Kim Jong-il does not have the best interests of the United States at heart. We need to stop him now before he takes over South Dakota."

"It may surprise many to hear this but my top-secret intelligence sources have shown me pictures proving that there are underground nuclear missile silos already installed in North Dakota. It is just a matter of time before this madman finds them and decides to use them against the United States."

"Mr. President, playing basketball won't make this situation go away."

"We need to send this dictator a strong message that the United States of America will not put up with North Dakota's bullying tactics any longer. When Todd and I go big game hunting we bring out the big weapons and we don't go home empty handed. If I was president I would tell our generals to sail the USS George Washington to be directly off of the coast of North Dakota right now and show this so-called Supreme Leader who's in charge around here on this planet anyways."

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