Sarah Palin on Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac: “I Don’t Listen to Rap Music.”

Speaking before a large crowd of Republicans in Colorado Springs this weekend, Gov. Sarah Palin told them that the current crisis involving Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac is a good thing.

“We must be ever vigilant when it comes to the types of music our children listen to. When I was mayor of Wasilla, I worked with the wonderful people at the Wasilla Mega-Super Wal-Mart to have Frannie Mae’s and Freddie Mac’s CDs banned, and a week later, teenage pregnancy fell 8,000%.”

The crowd immediately began chanting “U-S-A, U-S-A, U-S-A!”

At that moment, Joe Lieberman, who happened to be standing not far away with John McCain, inched forward and whispered something to her for a few minutes. She responded, “Oh…”, then turned back to the microphone.

“…And, let’s not forget, the expense that the bailout of ‘Frankie Mac’ and ‘Freddy Mac’ will have on taxpayers!” she quickly added, then winked and nodded to Senator Lieberman.

Her voice then rose in indignation. “And I personally think they should have not been bailed out. They should have stayed in jail where they belong!”

The crowd roared with approval. Lieberman started back to her to further clarify the situation but McCain stopped him. “Forget it, Joe, she’s on a roll”, he told him.

“…And, I believe the death penalty may apply in the Mac brothers’ situation! The death penalty, when used legally by the government, is part of God’s wonderful plan!”

The crowd began to chant, “Let them hang, let them hang, let them hang!”

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3 responses to “Sarah Palin on Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac: “I Don’t Listen to Rap Music.”

  1. Its not her fault, they dont let her out much.

  2. bushgirlsgonewild

    Yes. I wish it was moose season right now until Nov. 5th, then she’d never have left Alaska.

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