Servicing both sides of the aisle
Republican nominee for Vice-President, Sarah Palin, discussed campaign strategy today at a press conference and exposed John McCain’s “shortcoming”. Palin stated that “McCain often acted like a bully because he was compensating for a small penis; a teeny tiny wiener”.
McCain stood silent and looked on in shame as Governor Palin went on to state that it was so small that McCain was “simply not capable of performing acts of negotiation or diplomacy with foreign leaders.” “Even North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il has a bigger pee-pee than Johnny Boy. How can we be a super power with “Little Johnny”? I’ll be in charge of foreign policy in this administration.”
John McCain is definitely hoping to tap Sarah Palin and do some serious backyard “drilling”. He may be asking Bob “Viagra” Dole for some help in the Energy Department if you know what I mean…
MTV interviews Republican Governor of Alaska and nominee for Vice-President Sarah Palin. In the interview she tells of how Ron Paul is “cool”, “He’s a good guy,” and, “He’s so independent. He’s independent of the party machine. I’m like, ‘Right on, so am I.’ ”
McCain isn’t even mentioned.
Craig Ferguson is proclaimed Honorary Citizen by Governor Sarah Palin. He then duly notes her “naughty librarian vibe”. Perhaps this is what attracted John McCain to chose Governor Palin to be his running mate?
“Not to be disrespectful of her sexiness, but she did say “succulent”…
John McCain announced his choice for
running mate Vice-President. McCain choice in the Governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin, was quite unexpected. Former President “BJ” Clinton endorsed McCain’s decision and said “Dang! she’s hot!“.
What most people don’t realize is that Governor Sarah Palin has quite a robust resume that includes beauty queen and hunter. She also co-starred in Adam Ant’s Goody Two Shoe video as the sexy reporter.
Another photo of Governor Palin…
And of course the video itself,
UPDATE: Breaking news of nude photos scandal is causing a rift in the Democrat party. Senator Ted Kennedy, Former Rep. Mel Reynolds, and even Rep. Barney Frank are considering switching teams and joining the Republican party.