WASILLA, AK – The former governor of Alaska has decided that a family vacation to the moon will do wonders for the Palin family!
Sarah Palin hasn’t exactly had a smooth last couple of months. First there was the Rush Limbaugh incident in where she did her best to justify that Limbaugh’s use of the word retard was perfectly fine. Next she got caught red-handed using crib notes at the Tea Party Convention. Finally, to complete the tri-fecta, Family Guy did a show in which they mocked Trig Palin, Sarah’s son with Down syndrome.
One can guess that it has been an emotionally and physically draining couple of months for Sarah Palin and her family. The fountain of ideas that is Palin’s head has pumped out another dandy. She thinks that an escape from the pressures of the real world is in order for her family. To where? Well to the moon of course!
In October of 2008, Palin called herself an astronaut because she could see the moon from her house. Looks like she will be following through with her newfound profession and the whole Palin family will be boarding a spacecraft sometime in the very near future and heading to the moon.
The length of the vacation is yet to be announced as well. We can only hope that it isn’t for too long because, then, where will we find humor in those days? It seems as if everyday that passes, Sarah Palin throws us another nugget of wisdom or an act of stupidity to fill our quota of laughter for the day.
“As Putin rears his head and comes into the air space of the United States of America, where– where do they go? It’s Alaska. It’s just right over the border.” –Sarah Palin, explaining why Alaska’s proximity to Russia gives her foreign policy experience, interview with CBS’s Katie Couric, Sept. 24, 2008
Well gee wiz, if that’s the case, Sarah Palin is going to be the renowned expert on foreign policy after her trip to the moon having been able to see the whole earth! Safe travels Sarah Palin and please do come back in one piece, because you’re absence in this society will certainly cause more pain than happiness.