Thursday, February 10, 2011

Another Victory

Sarah Wins

The latest Fox News opinion poll shows that if the presidential election were held today, Sarah Palin would be the clear winner. Sixty-nine percent of the registered American voters stated they would definitely vote for Sarah Palin for president if she were running against such internationally known and high-profile candidates as Mr. Magoo or Barney the Dinosaur.

Similar findings in last month's Fox News opinion pool found that the ex-Alaskan governor's overwhelming lead over any cartoon or fictional character, either from novels or film, continues to widen..

Results show that respondents in comparison to Magoo, Palin offers a clear vision for America while Palin compares favorably against Barney's clearly progressive stand of issues such as peanut butter sandwiches and sandwiches made with pumpernickel bread. Additionally, many of those questioned felt Palin looked better in magenta.

Commenting on the poll, Palin spokesperson Shirley Eujist noted, "It's really a lot better than even we expected. And Sarah love surveys and polls because they show the true spirit of American democracy. She appreciates the way they can be interpreted to mean nearly anything."

"Given what these polls demonstrate," said Fox News spokesman Abe Ologello, "we predict liberals are headed for another major defeat in 2012." In order ot avoid the bother in what seems to be a foregone conclusion, Ologello observed, American voters should be encouraged to remain at home and watch Fox for all the results. "So, there's really no need for Americans to vote at all. Murdoch can decide this election for you."

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1 comment:

  1. Great post Joe. Thanks for the early morning laughs!


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