Fox Presents Palin and Coulter - The Gun Chick & The Swizzle Stick

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 12 January 2010

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The pair of boxing gloves which will be the logo of Fox's new political show, The Gun Chick & The Swizzle Stick.

NEW YORK CITY - One of the top executives at Fox News has already stated that they will be building a political confrontational show around Sarah Palin and Ann Coulter.

Ezekiel Vittleziggle, Fox vice-president of program developing and implementing, stated that he will be putting Palin and Coulter together in a political forum show that he has named, The Gun Chick & The Swizzle Stick.

Vittleziggle was asked if the title wasn't somewhat disrespectful to both women and he quickly said that in this day and age, the public wants to see political confrontation shows that deal with live on-the-air raw journalistic jousting and uncooked political pork chops.

He added that if they want sugarcoated pablum they can turn to shows like Live With Regis and Kelly, Rachael Ray, or The Mo'Nique Show.

Vittleziggle said that the show will be structured along the lines of the old Hannity and Colmes Show where it was set up in a Republican vs. Democrat format.

Of course on The Gun Chick & The Swizzle Stick, the two GOPettes will take on Democratic guests in no-holds barred political cage matches.

The show will not have a five second delay as most shows of a political nature have and Vittleziggle says that all curse words, vulgarisms, and expletives will be left in.

He pointed out that there will of course be the obligatory warning placed at the beginning of the show stating that the show may be unsuitable for children under 18 as well as for some immature adults.

Vittleziggle said that he has already contacted Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid who have both agreed to be the shows first guests. Other tandem guests will include Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rev. Al Sharpton, Vice-President Joe Biden and Barbara Streisand, and Adam Lambert and Clay Aiken.

The show will be sponsored by Compound W, WD-40, and Preparation H.

Fox executives, in an effort to prevent the show from turning into a Jerry Springer carnival free for all, will insist that each pair of guests put up a $10,000 behavioral bond, which will be returned immediately at the shows conclusion.

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