Palin For President!

>> Tuesday, September 23, 2008

(A note: yes, if you read Vince's blog, he beat me to an endorsement of Palin For President. What can I say? Vince and I are two of the most extraordinarily clever, sophisticated, wise and attractive men in the United States, and the only reason we aren't running for President ourselves is that we're continuing to negotiate which one of us is "presidentier." Being a gentleman, he insists I am, and I, being just as much the gentleman, insist he is. Inevitably, bringing up the other's piercing intellect, boyish charms and rapier wit leads to hours of us complimenting each other, and meanwhile the economy continues to tank because--and this is Vince's sole fault--he can't see that his recovery plan is vastly superior to mine....

But anyway: on to Palin For President....)

Palin has religious experience, military experience, knows how to get the upper hand in a debate, and knows how to stand up to aggressors. And Palin has traveled all over the world, becoming a familiar figure on the international stage (Palin's even credited with having a "Palin effect" that favorably impacts local economies)! And just consider where Palin comes from--Palin's a small-town with small town values! Just watch the following campaign video to see the strong case for President Palin:

(Well who did you think I was talking about?)


Leanright,  Tuesday, September 23, 2008 at 12:39:00 AM EDT  

NOW we AGREE on something!

As long as Michael is on the top of the ticket, I'm all for it. Perhaps John Cleese and Eric Idle would make fantastic "Secretaries of Whatever".

And you are BOTH wrong, I am far too handsome to NOT be the next president. If I were in the race, there would BE no race:)

vince Tuesday, September 23, 2008 at 7:33:00 AM EDT  

My recovery plan is good, I admit, but Eric, yours is so much superior. But I appreciate the approbation from one who is so erudite.

Random Michelle K Tuesday, September 23, 2008 at 9:07:00 AM EDT  

Would it be untoward of me to mention that Palin is lacking a few of the requirements to be President?

No, sorry. I'll say no more. Forget I mentioned it.

vince Tuesday, September 23, 2008 at 12:47:00 PM EDT  

So, in my opinion, is the other Palin.

To quote my daughter, don't steal my sunshine.

Eric Tuesday, September 23, 2008 at 2:15:00 PM EDT  

Vince, Vince, Vince. Your recovery plan is a fine piece of work, old boy, a marvelous piece of craftsmanship that reminds one of the statement Bernoulli is supposed to have made when he saw Newton's (anonymous) proof of the calculus--"the lion is known by his claw," which I understand to be a French proverb. Your plan is magnificient, a wonder, and all would know it was yours even if you published it anonymously and seeking no credit for your brilliance.

To help you judge for yourselves, I will allow Vince to present his own economic recovery plan here or on his blog, but I will share mine:

The first thing we need to do, is everybody in the United States needs to get as close to the Canadian border as they can. Young, old, infirm, healthy--everybody will have to make some sacrifice and do their part. But the key thing, the most critical thing, is you need to do it very, very casually. You don't want to attract too much attention.

Now, once everybody is as close to the Canadian border as they can get, I will make a distraction. I'll tell the Russians the Georgians are invading on camelback or announce that we've really found weapons of mass destruction in Iraq after all, after all these years. You'll know the signal, because it will be something a bit ludicrous and mad, but just barely plausible, and it will cause a big international fuss.

As soon as you hear the signal, and this is the most crucial part, run into Canada as fast as you can. Everybody. If you see an American who is sick, or old, or slow, you may have to help him or her as part of your noble patriotic duty. Don't look back! Keep running until you're pretty sure nobody is following, and then you can mill around casually some more and maybe find some place to crash.

Those who don't get out and get busted by Chinese creditors or whoever are on their own. Just remember if you get caught: friends don't rat. We don't know who you are, and you're pretty sure we all just went to the bathroom and will be back at any moment.

And that's how we solve the financial crisis.

Jeri Wednesday, September 24, 2008 at 1:09:00 AM EDT  

I thought that if we each wrote a $1,000 dollar check and passed it to the person on the right it would solve our financial crisis?

Jim Wright Thursday, September 25, 2008 at 12:48:00 AM EDT  

Odd, that penguin on the television set...

After the grimness of the last 8 years, and the noxious bile that is the current campaign, I'll take Michael Palin any day. I could use a few laughs.

Eric Thursday, September 25, 2008 at 11:02:00 AM EDT  

Thanks to Jim, we have a new slogan for the (right) Palin campaign!

A chicken in every pot, and a penguin on every telly!

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