Sarah Palin Speaks Post Election

sarah-flagMcCain’s allies prevented Palin from delivering her own concession speech in Arizona on Tuesday night – which would have elbowed McCain out of the spotlight – but that was their last chance to shut her up.

Arriving home in Alaska, she denied she was a diva and hit back, calling her critics inside the campaign “cowardly” for attacking her anonymously.

“That’s cruel and it’s mean-spirited; it’s immature, it’s unprofessional and those guys are jerks,” she said. “It is not fair and not right.”

As for the allegations of wild spending, she insisted: “I never asked for anything more than a Diet Dr Pepper [drink] once in a while.”

Palin has retained a huge fan base of voters who are convinced that the steely former beauty queen with a pregnant teenage daughter and appealing Down’s syndrome baby is just like them.

They are unfazed by the revelation that she thought Africa was a country. Unlike her, however, they might have realised that a telephone call from President Nicolas Sarkozy of France was probably a prank. Palin told the fake Sarkozy – in reality a Canadian radio DJ – before last week’s defeat that she might run for president.

Intimates confirm that after her 15 minutes of global fame she has become addicted to the spotlight. Judy Patrick, a close friend and former councillor in Wasilla, Palin’s home town, said: “We’d have to be delusional to think that she’s just going to come back here and live in obscurity and stay the governor of Alaska.”

There have been reports that Palin could become a chat show host – as Tina Fey, the comedian and Palin impersonator, pointed out on Saturday Night Live, the satirical television show.

“I’m certainly not goin’ back to Alaska,” Fey-as-Palin chirped. “If I’m not goin’ to the White House, I’m either runnin’ in four years’ time or I’m goin’ to be a white Oprah, so, you know, I’m good either way.”

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~ by Leonidas on November 9, 2008.

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