Monday, August 2, 2010

Giving Sarah Palin a Hand

Half-term Governor/Stand-up Comdienne/Assault to Feminism, Sarah Palin, appeared on Fox News this weekend to discuss President Obama and taxes – one of the GOPs favorite talking points.  President Obama plans to end President Bush’s 2001 and 2003 tax cuts for the richest two percent of Americans, while he has proposed renewing the cut for the lower and middle classes.

Congressman Mike Pence (R-IN) was quick to dismiss Obama’s efforts not the screw the less fortunate by lumping them in with the rich bastards by saying, “Democrats are poised to allow the largest tax increase in American history to take effect.” What he managed to leave out of his statement was the taxes would only be on the wealthiest and the tab would run roughly a cost $830 billion over ten years – enough to restore plenty of benefits for veterans, various public programs, nationals parks, etc., and possibly with some spare change left over.

Fox News host Chris Wallace, assuming that Palin is running for President in 2012, let her weigh in on the tax controversy. 

Palin, not shy about admitting to reading crib notes on her hand stated, “Democrats are poised to cause the largest tax increase in U.S. history, it’s a tax increase of $3.8 trillion in the next ten years and it will have an effect on every single American who pays an income tax.”

The biggest problem with her statement, aside from it being untrue, is that should Obama end the tax cuts for ALL Americans, economic experts predict is would only cost $3.1 trillion.  So, even with crib notes, Sarah Palin is still Sarah failing.

So, what’s a half-wit presidential hopeful to do?  A GOP strategist, we’ll just refer to him as Rarl Kove, told us, “well, it’s been rather disconcerting that even with crib notes on her hand, she still can’t get the talking points right.  But we’ve got NOBODY else for 2012.  Seriously.  Romney?  Pulease!! Mc Cain?  He’ll be too busy guarding the Arizona border.  So, our only choice is to replace Palin’s hand with a robotic one that we can control behind the scenes.  I’ll type in answers in myself and they’ll appear in the display on her palm.  Here’s the latest prototype.”

1 comments so far :

Paul the Apostle said...

If you look on her other hand it says "I'm with Stupid" and has an arrow pointing back at her.

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