HOLLYWOOD - The seasons Dancing With The Stars dancing sensation Bristol Palin has just announced that due to her tremendous new-found popularity she has decided to run for president of the United States in 2012.
Bristol said that her dance partner Mark Ballas has convinced her that with the millions and millions of votes she is receiving on Dancing With The Stars and the fact that she had made it all the way to the finals that she could easily defeat President Barack Obama in a landslide election.
Bristol "The Pistol" Palin has not yet decided if she will run on the Republican Party ticket, the Tea Bag Party ticket, or the newly formed Tea Tango Party ticket.
Palin, who recently turned 20, says that in just nine short weeks she has gone from knowing virtually nothing about dancing to being one hell of a dancing diva who can dance rings around even the best professional dancers including Cheryl Burke and Lacey Schwimmer.
Bristy, as her mother, the ex-governor of Alaska and ex-future mother-in-law of Levi Johnston calls her, noted that she never realized that she was such a fantastic dancer.
She confessed that when she watches the video replays of her performances that she is literally amazed at how fabulous a dancer she has become.
She says that she realizes that there are still some skeptics who say that she cannot dance that good, but she merely writes it off to jealousy.
When asked what her mother thinks about her deciding to run for president in 2012 especially since she herself is planning on running, Bristol replied that she has not as yet told her mother about her decision.
She remarked that she has just been much to busy becoming a better and better dancer and learning her paso doble and cha cha cha routines to call or even text her mom.
SIDENOTE: Bristol was asked that if she does decide to run for president who would she like to have as her vice-presidential running mate. She blushed and said "Ya know, that's kind of a semi-sucky question, but I have to say that golly gee willakurs, I really and truly feel that my mom, Sarah, would certainly make a gosh darn good vice-president."