Written by b kenneth mcgee

Wednesday, 20 October 2010

As the BOP trio (Bachmann, O'Donnell, & Palin) greeted the thousands of female backers at their latest stop in Gary, Indiana, no one expected the announcement Sarah Palin made at the start of the festivities.

"I am announcing today," shouted Palin to the crowd, "that Monday November 1st of this year is officially declared: Lorena Bobbitt Day! Lorena, who in 1993 cut off her husband's penis because of his infidelity has over the years become not only a heroine but an inspiration to us all! On that day, or night as it will most likely be, women all across America will cut off their husbands' penises!" The crowd roared approval. Many in the crowd fired automatic weapons in the air, danced around in circles, and spit on the ground. "What will we do with them?," someone shouted.

"This is the best part," replied Palin. "We will not throw them on the road as brave Lorena did. We are going to plant them all across America in our vegetable gardens and grow them!" The crowd screamed with delight.

Palin continued, "'But this isn't just all fun, games, and dunk the Dicky. It is about the future, the future of America and the future of our movement." A member of the crowd yelled, "YOu Go Girl!" Palin smiled. "We are going to grow them, register them to vote, run them for office, and a few of the sickliest will be trained for cable TV and talk radio." A voice called out, "Pussy rules!" Palin gave her trademark wink.

As the crowed dispersed, thousands of women shouted in unison, "Go Nads! Go Nads!" Bachmann, O'Donnell, & Palin hugged, kissed and groped in a menage a trois.

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

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Topics: Lorena Bobbitt




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