Why this Election is so Close: Sarah Palin Underwent Soul Transference with Dick Cheney.

What do you mean, you ask? OK, here it is: 

In an event reminiscent of a scene from the movie ‘Angel Heart’ (1987, Mickey Rourke, Robert De Niro, Lisa Bonet), Sarah Palin under when a ‘soul transference’ with current Vice President Dick Cheney just before John McCain announced Palin as his running mate.

A witness to the ritual, who asked to remain anonymous but who’s name is Cameron Parish, described the scene: “There was chickens, and blood everywhere, and Lisa Bonet runnin’ round stark naked. Sarah Palin was lyin’ – to be clear, what I mean is she was ‘laying’ down – an a wigglin’ like a cut snake, when outta the bushes jumps Dick Cheney with wonna the hearts he supposedly got in an ape-heart transplant a beatin’ in his hands and a big hole in his chest. He takes the heart and shoves it into Sarah’s chestal area, an then collapses at her feet. She then jumps up and yells ‘THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE!” and immediately holds a secret energy meeting with America’s oil companies. Nearly the damnest thing what I never seen before.”

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3 responses to “Why this Election is so Close: Sarah Palin Underwent Soul Transference with Dick Cheney.

  1. Boy, I wish I hadda’ been ‘der ta’ see it! Yeeeeee hawwww!

    You have the best posts.

  2. bushgirlsgonewild

    BAMM! Thank you. Guar-an-teed – wooweee!

    ‘Course, guy puts a fancy guarantee on a box ’cause he wants you to fell all warm and toasty inside… (I miss Chris Farley)

  3. bushgirlsgonewild

    Nick:
    I have no problem with Obama issuing more negative ads at McCain than McCain does at Obama (IF that is true).

    The key words here are: “negative ads that are completely unrelated to the issues at hand.”

    Obama’s point is that if he says something negative about McCain, it much more likely to be related to the issues and McCain’s stances on them (or his LIES about them, in my opinion), whereas McCain’s negative ads are personal.

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