Boston, Ma. In a desperate bid for crucial votes and in commercial conjunction with Gillette Razor's new product line, vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin has agreed to shave the beaver on national television.
Gillette's personal toiletry product line of "Presidential Essentials", introduced last month, caused an outrage among both feminists and conservatives alike.
With double entendres and look alike models of Sarah Palin, women's groups were outraged at being objectified and conservative groups would rather that object be covered.
According to former Gillette spokesman, Jack Rattatoni, "There's a precedent set, Namath shaved his stash, Damon his beard, and now Palin her bush, what's the big deal?"
Rattatoni referred to Joe Namath's pantyhose wearing and shaving commercial ventures and Johnny Damon's beard shaving for a donut company.(Namath coincidently was born in Beaver Falls, Pa)
Spokes people for the Palin campaign on condition of remaining anonymous, stated, "Sarah will do anything for the votes, if this is what it takes, well, golly, take one for the team. It'll be tasteful, certainly not invasive. It just is perfect synergy in that every woman wants a buff little bun, and now it'll be promogated by celebrity. Everyone will want a Palin pussey in November and that could drive the election. "
When questioned further as to the extant of the actual shaving area it was replied that Palin's husband, a 'bush pilot' in his own right, has a fondness for the 'airstrip'.
"Ya'll just have to wait and see, but remember McCain/ Palin in the voting booth."
When Obama and Biden campaigns were contacted for comment, Michelle Obama made it clear that she liked her ' radical fro' and Barrack always believes in 'change'.
Vice Presidential candidate Joe Biden asked jokingly if they'd like to pay him to shave his arse.
No one laughed.