Washington, DC - In a surprise of the century, McCain today announced Tina Fey as his running mate for the GOP ticket. Fey accepted McCain's offer having to cross party lines switching from a democrat to a republican to do so. All in an apparent blow back reaction to Barack Obama not choosing Hillary Clinton as his vice president.
Fey's acceptance of McCain's running mate and party defection comes as a complete surprise to most but not to her former cast mates at "Saturday Night Live" especially after her famous "Bitch is the new Black" speech she made earlier this year on the political cutting edged scripted comedy show.
"She did say, 'Bitch is the new the black," said Lorne Michaels, SNL producer. "I guess she meant it."
"That's right, a-huh. I did it," said Fey, while doing the "Cabbage Patch" dance at a press conference. "I crossed party lines just to be the second woman in herstory [history] to stand by another white guy that smells like old cheese."
Fey says that if women want to see real change women that they have to vote for the McCain/Fey ticket come fall.
It is believed that McCain's decision to choose a woman as his running mate was carefully orchestrated to attract many of Hillary Clinton's 18 million cracks in the glass ceiling, fracturing the DNC's base and shattering Obama's dream to be the first black president and the democrats to take back the White House.
"I advise all womyn [women] in America to reach deep down inside of them and wake up their inner bitch with a bitch slap," said Fey, attempting, with the assistance from her political aides, to "Brake Dance" while wearing her trade mark black rim glasses, pumps and a short black skirt. "Time to crossover to GOP, y-all. Tell me, Obama. Who's the bitch now?"