Palin & Prejean Good & Plenty in 2012

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Tuesday, 17 November 2009

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I am reporting, because I just made it up, that there are intense discussions going on between Sarah Palin and Carrie Prejean about a potential 2012 presidential race. Evidently Palin would lead the ticket and Prejean would be the Vice P. candidate.

A spokesman speaking on the condition of anonymity stated...."It will definitely be a campaign that is front loaded from the start...a no holds barred campaign that will appeal to old and young alike. It will not be traditional in any way...and will be focused mainly on U-Tube. For the older population we have made an exclusive deal with Walmart to have life sized cut out pictures of Sarah and Carrie at each cash register in every Walmart in the country.

The cut outs will be smiling and an eye winking ..Sarah holding a sign that states..."Good"..and Carrie holding a sign in front of her that states..."& Plenty.....in 2012." Walmart, for their part, will be running specials on camcorders and Viagra for the final year of the campaign.

The spokesman continued..."for the U-Tube generation we will be running a video of Sarah field dressing a moose....and Carrie field dressing a linebacker from the Denver Broncos. We have test marketed these ldeas across the age and political spectrum and enthusiasm is running high....a high school senior from Louisburg, NC said..."It is a dream team.....in fact I have had many dreams about those two in the last week." TJ McCorkle of the same city asked..."they gonna be making any of them tapes together...know what I mean" he chuckled.

Rumors have at that many of the Republican Party establishment are rushing to join the campaign team. Gov. Mark Sanford of South Carolina, Senator John Ensign of Arizona, and Ex Mayor Rudy Giuliani of New York City were reported to be the first to offer to "jump on board" to provide the initial thrust to the campaign.

Democratic strategest Steve McMahon commented..."Not a surprise....we have been saying for years that the Republican Party was just a bunch of boobs"

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