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Saturday, September 20, 2008

Queen Sarah Palin Among Us!

Posted on Sat, Sep 20, 2008 at 9:30 AM

Oh what a happy Saturday in Orlando! Her Majesty the Queen of Alaska Sarah Palin is among us. She will shower us with her royal presence, hand out smoked salmon and tell us, unwashed throngs that we are, how her royal court will save our meager mud huts and preserve our jobs toiling in the fields amid the privitization of the entire stock market. Also, she will be able to see Cuba from her hotel room, perhaps prompting the Castro regime to rethink their planned invasion of Disney.

When, oh when, can we see her? Hear her steady and true words of wisdom? Gaze upon her lovely visage?

Oh wait, she's only here on vacation. No time like a complete meltdown of the American fiinancial system for a little R&R. She is just like us!

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