The Spoof: Sarah Palin was reached for comment and was furious..

Sarah Palin Jealous Occupy Wall Strett is More powerful than Tea Party

NEW YORK CITY – Occupy Wall Street continues to shake financial centers all around the world as average Joe’s and superior celebrities sit on their lawn chairs and wait for America’s next move.

What makes this revolutionary more powerful than the Tea Party’s is that the occupations never consist of marching activities but network capabilities. Some people think this is health related but others think it’s their ‘words that are marching across cyberspace via social network websites rather than their feet.’

One occupier said, “Make no mistake. We are marching just like Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, and Sean Penn did. We’re simply much smarter than the Tea Party activists.”

Sarah Palin was reached for comment and was furious at first because she was caught off guard by the purpose of Occupy Wall Street. Her advisers told her that Occupy Wall Street was the name of an upcoming video game for PlayStation 3.5.

Nevertheless, in classic Palin style, she told news reporters that, “Wall Street never existed during the Boston Tea Party.” She was suggesting that being historical should carry more legitimacy than being ahistorical.

“It’s how candidates wins elections,” retorts Sarah Palin.


5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. californiacruisin
    Oct 16, 2011 @ 19:32:26

    This parody is utterly believable because of her many stupid remarks in the past.


    • AFM
      Oct 17, 2011 @ 08:47:49

      Everyday we should count our blessings that this idiot never made it near the white house. I mean really, really, really count our blessings.


  2. Pat
    Oct 16, 2011 @ 20:19:53

    LOLOLOLOL! The queen toasted herself. Just like Alice in Wonderland. LOLOLOL!


  3. MIcMac
    Oct 17, 2011 @ 12:55:27

    Oh really, Wall St didn’t exist at the time of the Boston Tea Party, Sarah?

    Actually the history of the New York Stock Exchange began with a document signed on May 17, 1792. The first American Stock exchange was established in 1790.

    The Boston Tea Party took place on December 16, 1793.


  4. californiacruisin
    Oct 18, 2011 @ 14:40:46

    She actually said “hysterical” instead of “hystorical.”


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