Sarah Palin Says That In Order To Jump Start Her Presidential Campaign She Will Appear In A Nude Layout In PlayMister Magazine

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Saturday, 18 June 2011


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Sarah Palin at her Wasilla home, Casa Moscow, playing with her 2½ year-old grandson Tripp Palin, Bristol's son.

CHICAGO - Mitt Romney is way ahead of Sarah Palin in the GOP popularity poll.

Palin told Tabitha Tula Wishywater of GOPicky Magazine that she did not get the turnout that she was expecting to get with her Nationwide Bus Tour.

"Snowflake" stated that she understands that part of the reason for the low numbers of people who turned out to see her was due to the fact that the NBA basketball finals were on.

She also added that a lot of people were watching So You Think You Can Dance, the messed up hard-to-keep-up-with episodes of The Office, and The Weather Channel.

She noted that the damn forest fires in Arizona didn't help one friggin bit either as a lot of people stayed home to watch and see if the state of Arizona fires would be contained before they made it up to Alaska.

Palin told Miss Wishywater that she had become somewhat concerned that some people were maybe, perhaps forgetting exactly who Sarah Palin was and what she stood for.

Wishywater asked her if she felt that her making such off-the-wall remarks like the one about Paul Revere riding a milk cow through the streets of Boston and yelling out one if by land, two if by sea, three if by golly gee whiz may have hurt her credibility a little bit.

Sarah grinned, she adjusted her bra, and said, "Ya know Wishy, and can I call you Wishy, Wishy? I really don't think that my credibility is at issue here. I think that what is at issue is does Sarah 'Crosshairs' have the nads to shoot enough effen caribou, elk, moose, and reindeer to impress the male hunters of America."

Wishywater shook her head and asked, "Really Sarah...really?"

And Old "Snow Plow" giggled, took a sip of her Dos Equis Beer and said that she is tired of being the butt of people's jokes. She has feelings too just like that little munchkin of a woman Katy Couric and that talking mannequin Brian Williams, and even that chubby Dancing With The Stars judge Randy "The Black Dawg" Jackson.

Wishywater corrected her by telling her that Jackson was a judge on American Idol and not on Dancing With The Stars.

The "Polar Princess" blushed and replied, "Okay know-it-all, I guess it's like they say they all look a like."

"The blacks?" Wishywater asked.

" judges...the judges. Pay attention." Palin angrily remarked.

She was then asked what she plans on doing to jump start her presidential campaign since she is already a pretty good ways behind Mitt Romney, Tim Pawlenty, and even Michele Bachmann.

Sarah grinned like the cat that swallowed the canary and said that she had already figured it all out.

She told Wishywater that she was going to pose in a nude layout for PlayMister Magazine. She smiled and said that once the issue comes out, and the sucker sells out, then she will definitely pass all of the other GOPers in the race for the Republican presidential nomination.

Palin added that she has talked it over with the editor of PlayMister, Terzolino Atwater and they have agreed to take the photos in her native Alaska.

The photo layout will be shot by one of the world's most sought out photographers of nude women Picasso Mandolin.

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