Wednesday, January 13, 2010


Former Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin was reportedly unable to name the governor of Alaska during the 2008 presidential campaign, according to unnamed sources.

The sources, who spoke to reporters Mark Halperin of Time Magazine and John Heilemann of New York Magazine on condition of anonymity, gave a number of instances in which John McCain’s V.P. pick appeared to be woefully unversed in matters of national and world interest.

“I think the low point,” said one source, “was when she was eating breakfast in a diner in New Hampshire, and expressed surprise that the French toast special was only $3.99, since “it had to be imported all the way from Europe!”

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suefooq said...

Barry- thanks for bringing back the blog. Always gives me a smile. Happy New year! Foo

Barry said...
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Anonymous said...

The sad thing is that this could have been a real news story, designed to make Mrs. Palin look as dumb as a box of rocks. Just proves the point that enemies will stoop extremely low to tear down someone who tries to stand up for conservative values.