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The FarceHaven Tribune

Sarah Palin to Announce Plans to Announce Plans to Announce Plans Soon!
By Don Myers -- Contributing Author

WHO CARES DEPT: Tea Party Darling Sarah Palin is running for President . . . maybe . . .  maybe not or so or . . . err . . . who the hell knows?

The FarceHaven learned today that a definite maybe is probably going to be announced in the very near or very far future or possibly not at all . . .  we just don't know for sure.

Waiting anxiously, Palin's critics contend that her indecision is further evidence of her obvious lack of decisiveness needed to be an effective President. MSNBC's Chris Mathews said "No matter how tight I close my eyes she just doesn't make my leg tingle like Obama . . .  I mean she's almost as pretty as Pres. Obama is . . .  but hey beauty ain't everything is it?"

Even supporters are getting tired of her "on again/off again" antics with one lady from Iowa saying "Hey Sarah . . . either run or get the hell out of the way for those that are running, you're giving me a headache!"

With Romney, Perry, Bachman, Paul, Cain, The Cookie Monster, Huey, Dewy and Louie now up and running, Palin has to move fast if she hopes to have any chance (fat chance) of winning the nomination said Big Bird during an interview on the popular Sesame Street show on Nickelodeon Channel.

Reportedly most Democrats support Palin running according to a recent CNN Poll that asked 1000 party members. "Should Palin run so Obama is guaranteed another 4 year term in the Whitehouse?" The results were 1043 said she should run and -56 said she shouldn't run, results well within the margin of error and voter fraud.

Critics say Palin craves publicity and may decide to maybe run after the 2012 election.

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