Mentally Ill Fictional Humanoid Sarah Palin Not Running For President
We, together with the rest of Middle Earth, are now some fifteen seconds away from never ever thinking about Sarah Palin's toxic reign of idiocy ever again, forever! IT'S TRUE: on this, the 278th day of 2011, may we all remember it forever (the next twelve seconds), gangrenous grifter-quitter grandma Sarah PalinAnnounced She Is Not Running For President. That is very sad, because this news has interrupted our viewing of the Wall Street protests and instead forced us to pay attention to this horrible gas station-brand horrorporno movie star one (hopefully, we can hope, we are allowed to HOPE) final time. As a tribute, we will quote this line from an interview with former McCain adviser Nicole Wallace trying to shill her new political novel about idiots: "The idea of a mentally ill vice president who suffers in complete isolation was obviously sparked by the behaviors I witnessed by Sarah Palin."
OH FINE and here is a little more from Nicole Wallace, because we do not feel like quoting any of the bullshit in Sarah Palin's letter explaining why she is the most quittingest human being that has ever walked the soil:
Well, first let me just say that the novel is by no means meant to build a case against Sarah Palin. However, to the extent that the people around [the fictional vice president] Tara watched in this troubled state of confusion, despair and helplessness as she flailed around — that was something I experienced. Palin vacillated between extraordinary highs on the campaign stage — she ignited more enthusiasm than our side had seen at any other point — to debilitating lows. She was often withdrawn, uncommunicative and incapable of performing even the most basic tasks required of her job as McCain's running mate.