Hillary Clinton Shoots Sarah Palin in Fair Fight!

Funny story written by Jean Le Fete

Tuesday, 9 September 2008

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Palin "Calls out" Clinton before being balled down

Tombstone, Az - In a scene reminiscent of the old west, Hillary Clinton was in Tombstone, Arizona to give a speech to disgruntled former John McCain campaign workers when who should appear but Sarah Palin.

"At first I wasn't sure that shrill voice was coming from a human," said Hilary Clinton, "Then I turned and saw this woman wearing an old west gun belt. Saying something inane about this "campaign ain't big enough for two women."

"Then the wench drew on me and I didn't even have a gun! Fortunately Paris Hilton was close by and threw one to me, man that Palin is a bad shot. She missed me and hit Bill in the tuckus, but I didn't miss her. Fortunately for her we were using paintballs."

John McCain campaign at press time was attempting to spin the story in his favor by already announcing a replacement Vice Presidential candidate, "Sarah will go down in history for having taken women back where they belong as insane little Squeaky Froms, with no business in a man's political world. Today I am announcing that Joe Lieberman will be my new Vice Presidential running mate. In deference to Sarah Palin, Joe has agreed to wear lipstick and a dress."

Barack Obama issued the following statement, "Joe Biden and I are of course saddened to hear that John McCain's insane running mate choice has turned out to be insane herself. We are truly heartend that no real harm has come to Hillary or Sarah and that Bill wlll make a full recovery."

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

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