Sarah Palin Explains Why She Hates The Smurfs

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Friday, 12 August 2011

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Two Alaskan reindeer that Sarah Palin recently shot at and missed. (Photo taken by Piper Palin).

WASILLA, Alaska - Sarah Palin recently spoke with Buck Yazoo of Yippee-Ki-Yay-Magazine and told him that she is planning on starting up her Nationwide Bus Tour again. He asked her if she was planning on using a bus.

Palin gave him a puzzled look and asked him if that was a trick question.

He grinned and answered that it wasn't.

"Oh okay," Palin responded eagerly as she noted that she would in fact be using a bus on her Nationwide Bus Tour.

Yazoo then asked her if it was true that she had remarked off-the-record to Bill O'Reilly that she hated the Smurfs.

"Snowflake" raised her eyebrows and replied that she had in fact commented that she hated the Smurfs.

When asked why she replied because of the fact that they're Democrats.

Yazoo then asked how in the world she figured that the Smurfs were Democrats. Palin got a serious look on her face and said "Well Buck, it's like this. Ya know the little fellas are blue right?"


Palin cracked her knuckles and remarked, "And with them being blue that signifies that they are from blue states and everyone knows that the blue states are Democratic states duh."

"Simply amazing." Yazoo said shaking his head. "Simply effeningly amazing."

In a non-related story. There are as yet unconfirmed reports that the British government is considering using several groups of highly devoted football (soccer) fans to come in and beat the damn hell out of the lawless, hoodlum rioters.

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

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