Michele Bachmann Hangs up on Sarah Palin After Being Called Witch

Funny story written by Alvin Taveras

Sunday, 23 October 2011

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MINNESOTA - In what has been dubbed the most disappointing political campaign narrative out of the rank and file presidential hopefuls, Sarah Palin made an effort to interrupt her new reality show, "Bristol's not the boss," and give Michele Bachmann a phone call.

Up to this point, Michele Bachmann has managed to make a name for herself, but unfortunately not large enough to begin her own reality show after she loses the nomination. Part of the problem is that her voice is not loud enough to project over Rick Perry's annoying interruptions.

In fact, at one point Rick Perry's interruptions prompted Ron Paul to scold Texas Governor Rick Perry and told him to 'let the lady speak' after he began answering a question that was meant for Michele Bachmann.

Considering the political climate, and the experience of being an Alaskan superstar, Sarah Palin thought Bachmann would appreciate a few words of encouragement from the self-made political reality star herself. When she did call, however, she was shut down like Herman Cain's 9-9-9 tax plan.

After Palin told Bachmann that she lacked the super-stardom smile, press conferences with snowy mountains in the background, and eyewear required to catch the attention of the cameras, Michelle let her have it like Mitt Romney did Rick Perry and hung up the phone. It was then that Sarah Palin managed to call her a scary witch before hearing a dial tone.

Unfortunately, the two have 'unfriended' each other on Facebook and have no plans on being Google+ friends.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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