On August 29, 2008 in Dayton, Ohio, then Republican presidential candidate John McCain announced that he had chosen Sarah Louise Palin as his running mate to possibly become Vice President of the United States.
Approximately 330 days after John McCain’s announcement Sarah Louise Palin resigned as Governor on July 26, 2009, two and a half years into her four-year term.
It was fun Sarah; by golly we’ll miss ya! Good bye Sarah, goodbye!
Here is an “Ode to Sarah”. Enjoy the lyrical stylings with complex stanza forms using You Tube.
These clips sums up the intelligence of Sarah Louise Palin’s last 330 days:
63rd Annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner
When: Thursday, October 16, 2008
Where: The Waldorf=Astoria, New York City
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Honorable John McCain, United States Senate, Arizona
Honorable Barack Obama, United States Senate, Illinois
Barack Obama and GOP rival John McCain traded their boxing gloves for formal wear – and some self-deprecating humor – at Thursday night’s Alfred E. Smith Dinner. The annual see-and-be-seen political roast, named for the famed 1920s New York governor, is “the last time they’re going to be together before the election,” said Smith’s great-grandson and namesake.
The dinner has a storied history, having featured luminaries from Winston Churchill to George W. Bush.
And with the excitement generated by the presidential candidates at the top of the marquee, this year’s sold-out soiree has surpassed its goal of raising $2.5 million for Catholic causes. Alfred E. Smith was the first Catholic to run for president of the U.S. and a former 4 time governor of New York.
Both McCain and Obama were very funny in their roast.
I’m voting republican because I don’t need no stinking healthcare!
I’m voting republican because new drugs should be made available immediately; whether they’ve been tested properly or not!
I’m voting republican because women just can’t be trusted to make decisions about their own bodies. Never, ever, ever!
I’m voting republican because I think the whole world should be run by one big corporation!
Watch the video:
Hilarious, great satire!