Sarah Palin Admits She Hates Not Being In The National Spotlight

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 2 May 2013

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Todd Palin has expressed the fact that Sarah is so depressed he fears she may move to Russia. (Photo taken by Piper Palin).

WASILLA, Alaska - There is probably no one more depressed in the United States than the former governor or Alaska, Sarah "Snowflake" Palin.

According to her husband Todd, Sarah has been so despondent ever since she was fired from her cush job at FOX News that she hasn't even expressed a desire to go moose hunting from a state-owned helicopter.

The 59-year-old self-proclaimed wilderness woman has reportedly said that she cannot believe that the network that she helped put on the map could so easily turn around and so cruelly stab her in the back the way they did.

The woman who ran as Senator John McCain's vice-presidential candidate in 2008, places a lot of the blame for the GOP loss on Cindy McCain, John's wife, who is known as Senior Citizen Barbie.

Sarah has made it known that Cindy was so jealous of her stunningly sexy looks that she tried her best to make sure that any political campaign posters made her look like she was old, haggard, and worn out - kinda like Governor Jan Brewer of Arizona.

Mrs. Palin was recently interviewed by GOPicky Magazine and she confessed that she is so desperate for public attention that she would be willing to get tattoos, body piercings, and even a girlfriend if it would mean getting herself back into the national spotlight.

To view photos taken by Todd Palin of Sarah in a depressed state go to www.sadsadsarahpalin.ego.

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