Friday, February 3, 2012


In a surprise press conference this morning Joshua Tate, President for Life of the BFZ, endorsed Governor Palin in the ongoing BFZ Republican Primary. Palin, who is currently trailing Mitt Romney and Ron Paul with just four days left to go, is hopeful that the endorsement will help her close the gap. Following the President's announcement a tense moment ensued when CNN's Chuck Berlinsky asked if "the BFZ primary is even relevant at all?" The exasperated President sputtered impotently before shouting "Your Mom's not even relevant, Chuck!" Before Berlinsky could respond, however, BFZ security personel pounced on him, tackled him to the ground, and subjected him to atomic wedgies and indian burns.  Berlinsky was then transported to a local hospital where he was diagnosed as being "extremely annoying," "kinda lame," and "not relevant at all" by a team of Doctors there.

Meanwhile, Tate resumed the press conference asking if there were any other questions. The assembled press was surprisingly silent, which the President interpreted as hushed, reverential awe. Before sauntering away from the podium, Tate flashed the peace sign and said "Vote Palin!"

1 comment:

The Sauce said...


word verification word: "adiest"
SO CLOSE to "Sadiest", as in, your wife is the sadiest of them all. :)