Written by Stefano M. Stefano

Wednesday, 10 February 2010

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Sarah Palin's hypocrisy has been exposed and everyone from the Democrats, to the late-night talk show hosts, to the 12-year old science teacher that taught the ex-governor everything she knows, is having a ball shedding light on Crib-Notes Palin.

Speaking to a roomful of funky, like-minded pinheads, Palin was clearly caught using hand-written cheat notes on her left hand, which she used several times. They included "energy," "tax cuts" (originally "budget cuts" until it was crossed out-- owch!) and "lift American spirits" on her hand. During one question, she looked down at the palm of her hand for a cue. Or maybe she was imagining the $100,000 speaking fee in it, as she thought of all the pretty dresses and goofy eyeglasses she'd be able to buy with it.

No word as to who wrote it on her hand, but sources suspect a drunken Glenn Beck.

She derided President Obama for using a teleprompter recently for guidance, as well as wacko-elitist nazi-socialist aides such as street signs, road maps, store signs, and them thar fancy books with writin' in 'em, to help jog his memory.

"All he needed was a pregnant daughter with a good ol' magic marker and he'd be like the rest of us down-to-earth Americans, you betcha!" she was heard to say, after the Obvious Police had caught Her Dopiness red-, or rather, drawn-handed.

However, nobody's saying anything about what was on her *right hand*, until now, thanks to the ever-watchful eye of this reporter, Stefano M. Stefano. Her other hand had this written on it;

"Kiss Ass of Teabaggers" (Originally "Steal $100,000 from average people and pretend to be as down-to-earth as these gullible suckers"

"Talk down to fifth-grade level to fit in with Teabagger Nutjobs"

"Proclaim Charlie Sheen as the Anti-Christ"

These weren't an issue, apparently, as she never checked her right hand, and the Teabaggy lunatics already knew all this to begin with.

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

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