Paris Hilton Challenges Sarah Palin to a Catfight!

Written by Jean Le Fete

Sunday, 7 September 2008


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"Palin's in for a Bruising", says Hilton.

Minnesota - Today former V.P. pick Paris Hilton formally challenged Sarah Palin to a catfight. Paris Hilton whom McCain had previously picked as his running mate, before having her vetted and discovering she had done time (2.5 days) in prison.

"I'll show him what I learned in prison", said Hilton, "It was two and a half days of hell! And I had to fight to survive. Now I'm ready to take on that Alaskan pussy he chose. That gray haired dude is going to regret he chose that wench!"

John McCain was reached on the road touring the small "middle class" town of Beverly Hills, "Miss Hilton obviously has mis-characterized the nature of our relationship. I at no time guaranteed the Veep spot to her and she needs to lay off of the bug juice."

Meanwhile the Flamingo Casino in Vegas claims to have been selected as the location for a mud-wrestling venue for the alledged fight. Sarah Palin could not be reached for comment, but her husband threw down the gauntlet, "Sarah can whoop Paris any day of the week."

"Oh we'll just see about that after I smother her in the mud! She's going to kiss my grits" said Hilton when asked to respond as she had her back shaved.

The date for the Great Mud Debate, has been set for September 20th and will be shown live on ESPN 8.

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