A Republican Christmas


by nonamedufus

To some this time of year is not about presents and yuletide cheer.  It has nothing to do with Santa Claus.  Forget the Christmas cheer and fruitcake.  No, to some it is about their saviour.  With this in mind I’ve done some considerable research, and am able to relay to you the tale of your saviour’s re-birth.  You’re welcome.  My apologies to Luke and if I’ve offended anyone on the religious right well, then, my work here is done.

“So O’Reilly also went up from the town of Washington in DC to Pennsylvania, to Pittsburgh the town of Roethlisberger, because he belonged to the house and line of Roethlisberger.

He went there to see Sarah, who was pledged to be interviewed by him and he was expecting an autograph.

While they were there, the time came for the book to be launched, and she gave birth to her first-written, a yawner.  She wrapped thousands in a dust jacket and placed them in the bookstore, because there was no room for them at the Ramada Inn.

And there were gotchya media living out in the fields nearby, keeping watch over their cameras at night.

A flack of Palin’s appeared to them, and the glory of Palin shone around them, and they were terrified.

But the flack said to them, “Do not be afraid.  I bring you sound bites of great joy that will be for all the right wing-nuts.

Only dead fish go with the flow… *wink, wink*

Today in the town of Pittsburgh a book has been launched unto you; it is “Going Rogue”, oh, Lord.

This will be a sign to you: You will find the book wrapped in rhetoric and lying, what a danger.”

Suddenly a great company of mid-western Republicans appeared with the flack, praising Sarah and saying,

Glory to GOP in the highest, and on earth all others pale in comparison.

And I heard her exclaim as she drove out of sight

Bring it on, Barack, I love a good fight.”

This post first appeared at The Offended American.



Filed under christmas, Palin, Republicans

2 responses to “A Republican Christmas

  1. A perfect Slings and Arrows holiday commentary.

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