Palin “Outraged” at Being Compared to Romney
By Chris McKerracher
WASILLA — One-time vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin has responded to British media jabs at visiting would-be President Mitt Romney as being “Worse than Sarah Palin”.
“I am really ticked,” claimed the former Alaskan governor. “I’ve been developing my image, my public persona for years. Then I turn my back for a second and Romney is stealing my schtick! Remember me saying I could see Russia from my house? I pioneered international stupidity. Now with one day in London, Romney has stolen my lumber!”
Romney was quick to comment on the comparison. “I thought I had reached my lowest ebb when I was passed over by McCain in ’08 in favor of that accursed woman,” a dejected Romney was quoted as saying to himself. “This, however, is even worse. Why couldn’t they have said Dan Quayle?”
Palin boldly raised up the stakes in their title battle by announcing she is in favor of exploring the use of illegal aliens as a potential source for renewable energy supplies.