President Obama and Vice-President Biden To Tell Sarah "Snowballs" Palin To Keep Her Disruptive Butt In Alaska

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 27 November 2013

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President Obama and Vice-President Biden say Sarah "The Loose Moose" Palin is not welcome in The Lower 48.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - President Obama and Vice-President Biden after meeting with a select group of their closest advisers have made a decision regarding Sarah Palin.

The president and vice-president are drafting up a presidential message which will be sent to the the former governor of Alaska, who quit in the middle of her term, thus turning her back on all of the wonderful people of the 49th state who worked so hard to get her elected.

Vice-President Biden said it then and he repeated it to Durango Tucker with National Focus Magazine that what Palin did was stab her fellow Alaskans in their collecctive backs.

And now the loose cannon from the Iceberg State is coming down to the United States and stirring up all kinds of trouble with her baseless comments, worn-out remarks, and confounded opinions.

Mrs. Palin will be asked to keep her expanding caboose in her home state and not to visit the Lower 48, as she calls them.

President Obama said that the Secret Service Agency has deemed her to be nothing more than a disruptive element and there is no place for the likes of her in America since we already have folks like Ann "Giddy Up" Coulter, Alec "The Brat" Baldwin, Richie "The Bully" Incognito, and Justin "The Hip Hop Wannabe" Bieber who have that department covered.

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