Sarah Palin Puts 3,000 'Sarah Palin In 2012' Campaign Buttons on eBay

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 13 June 2013

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Sarah is so depressed she recently shot at a deer that was 20 feet away and missed. (Photo by Piper Palin).

WASILLA, Alaska - Close friends of the former governor of Alaska and failed 2008 GOP vice-presidential candidate, Sarah "Snowballs" Palin are worried about her physical, emotional, mental, and hypothetical state.

GOPicky Magazine reporter Tabitha Tula Wishywater, who became very close to the reindeer-stalking wilderness woman, pointed out that she has never recalled seeing Palin as worn-out, as haggard, and as depressed as she is now.

Miss Wishywater said that "Snowflake" Palin looks like she got into a fight with polar bear and the bear kicked her Tundra-sized thighs all to hell.

The woman with a dozen nicknames remarked that she cannot believe how the American people have ignored her; especially her fellow Republicans who once called her The Joan of Arc of The Forgotten Ice-Covered State.

The Moose Mama said that people still make fun of her for saying that she could see Russia from her upstairs bathroom.

Before Miss Wishywater left to return to the Lower 48, old Caribou Breath gave her a Palin in 2012 campaign button as a keepsake.

Wishywater thanked her and Sarah told her that she plans to make a little money by selling 3,000 of the buttons on eBay.

In A Related Story. Palin's oldest daughter Bristol recently told a reporter for Political Salad Bar Magazine that she blames her mother for the downward spiraling of her marriage as well as her reality show career.

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

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