Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Sarah Palin visits the Philippines

As senators Barack Obama and John McCain spent their weekend campaigning in the battleground states, an unprecedented decision was made by the Republican National Committee to rally votes from the largely democrat expatriated American community in Asia. In that last-minute effort to appeal to critical overseas absentee voters, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin gave a brief interview Saturday at Bigfoot Entertainment in Cebu, Philippines. Our London correspondent Richard Hearsey served as interviewer for the evening and gave his commentary on this pivotal time in the race to the White House.
The latest Gallup polls show John McCain trailing by an average of 9 percentage points, though his television appearances on Saturday Night Live and the QVC shopping network have increased McCain-Palin ticket's popularity by an average of 2 points in the last 3 days. Hearsey investigated the details of the McCain-Palin presidency's plan of action should they be elected today, election day. If you're still reading you must think this is actually fo' shizzle.

Thanks to Denise for dressing up as Palin and giving a spot-on interview with Richard!
*No Caribou or Moose were harmed in the making of this blog post

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