Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Palin-Prejean 2012

I don't know if the folks at Conservatives for Sarah Palin are on board, but wouldn't it be the conservative eye-candy dream ticket of 2012:

Source: Alan Jeffcoat. (P.S. To be clear, for all the crazed leftist demonologists, this is humor.)

12 comments:

JBW said...

Go Don! Now you're speaking my language, partner. Why run one empty-headed former beauty contestant when you can double your pleasure?

Fey has her Palin impression down cold but I think SNL's going to have to get someone a little hotter than Poehler to play Prejean. I can just see the sketch now: one thinks that Africa is a country, while the other thinks that Texas is.

Mmm, all this hot conservative chick fantasizing is putting me in the mood to poll the electorate...

smitty1e said...

Definitely has the testosterone vote nailed down.
Evidence thus far on the estrogen...no' so good...

Skye said...

Tina Fey? Isn't that the bobble head who constantly claims she can see Alaska from her house? Oh, and her thighs are the size of Kentucky - yikes - was the photoshop expert on vacation during for the Vanity Fair covershoot??

Good work, Don!

Chris Wysocki said...

I love it! Every day will be a Rule 5 Day!

JBW said...

Skye sounds jealous. Meow, honey.

Dana said...

Well, I might now have to give Michael Phelps a bit more credit thatn I did after he got photographed using a bong: the rumor is that he's dating Miss Prejean.

Libby said...

no matter what the other side thinks...i'd vote for them, and not because they're "hot" or anything! come over, donald..i wrote something about politics, & it's not 'well-received'...oh well...

PRH....... said...

Outstanding....I bet the Dems want to throw the Janet Napahome-leo and Janet Reno ticket at us to show they have babes as well.

;)

Douglas V. Gibbs said...

So crazy it just might work. . .

Pat said...

Per JBW: "..one thinks that Africa is a country, while the other thinks that Texas is."

Wouldn't be surprised if Texas is its own country by 2012. Several other states may join them.

Tim said...

Pat: We can dream. I would be happy to have the coastal states and some of the northern ones. Perhaps New Mexico and Hawaii. You can have the rest.

JBW said...

Pat: as a Texan born and bred I would prefer not, as I don't want the hassle of going through customs every time I visit my beloved family.

That said, I would assume that if you listen primarily to the wingnut contingent of any state that you're going to hear quite a bit of dumb-ass posturing. Trust me, those who take it as gospel are the real fools.