Tuesday, October 6, 2009

A Palin ghost finally remembers she reads The Independent as she cheerleads for war

Both Tank Jones and Levi Johnston show more depth and truth in a Wonderful pistachio nut commercial than whoever writes the facebook notes for Palin. However, it was a little funny to read the PAC site ghostwriter mentioned a European newspaper in
"Further Proof of the Need for Energy
Independence." Will Katie Couric ever get the memo?

Not since the Jewish High Holiday has the ghost of Palin had anything to say. Until today, and now someone is pushing on the site set up for Sarah Palin a
"We Must Win in Afghanistan."

The PAC site has a following, probably from a factory in rural China. It pays to have friends with friends in the inner sanctum of communist China.

The video of Tank and Levi is refreshing and puts a big ol' smile on your face!



  1. I bought a bag of pistachios at the grocery store yesterday :) Considering how Sarah had her teenage daughter out promoting Candies, I don't see how anyone can criticize Levi for trying to make lemonade out of lemons. And it is cute!

  2. From "Sarah's" Facebook post:

    "The British newspaper The Independent reported today that Gulf oil producers were negotiating with Russia, China, Japan and France to replace the dollar in pricing oil with a basket of currencies.[1]"

    Now she's supposedly reading British newspapers, too!! That's hilarious. So when can we look forward to Deep Thinker Sarah appearing on the news programs like Meet The Press and discussing "her" suddenly intelligent thoughts in greater detail?

    ::: crickets chirping :::

  3. I love pistachios! When prepared they are an easy nut to crack. Tank and Levi did good with this, but there are those that will not give them a break.

    The Facebook post was a good laugh. As if she even heard of The Independent before someone would drill her. Any day now she and Couric will reunite to discuss the greater details.

  4. I'll wager that Palin is so delusional that she actually believes she is quite the intelligent one now because of the Facebook posts. Somewhere along the way she missed the little part about her actually writing them. Oh, but that doesn't really matter. Details, details. They are highly over-rated.