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The Truth About Sarah Palin

I hope that Sarah Palin doesn't mind that I'm about to reveal her secret identity. She must have known when she went into something as public as politics that we would eventually find out.

Sarah Palin is really... Wonder Woman!!

I mean it! Have you seen her? Look at this picture of her! It's so obvious!

When McCain's speech kept getting interrupted by protestors last night, I kept waiting for her to go off to a corner, whip those glasses off and spin around a few times to make her hair tumble down and her leotard appear!

Here is my proof:
1. There is apparently some speculating that Palin's glasses are fake (and a commenter on that link realized the truth too!) and always seems to wear her hair up JUST LIKE WONDER WOMAN.
2. She flew from Texas to Alaska while in labor. I don't care if it wasn't active labor, that is freaking amazing!
3. I once saw her flying in her invisible plane. See? Absolute proof.

I don't care if they say they have researched her completely and know all there is to know and that there are no surprises. Unless they know her secret identity, they don't know everything!

And I'm not the only one who thinks so... Google it yourself!
Disclaimer: None of these links reflect my political beliefs nor my feelings about Sarah Palin other than the fact that I know she's really Wonder Woman.

Comments

hedra said…
I *thought* the invisible plane looked familiar...

My sister lives in Wasilla. And I live, um, near Joe Biden. Interesting discussions result. (Though my sister is not a fan of Wonder Wo... Palin.)
-goofydaddy said…
yeah i thought it was weird that her birthplace is listed as "Paradise Island"...
Oh, so that's why I think trying to juggle a five-month-old and the needs of four other children while running for national office is, if not impossible, at least ill-advised.

I have no superpowers!

Easy for her. It's all in the glasses, I'm sure!
I'm Not Skippy said…
I see her more as the sexy librarian. Is it bad that I'd be more willing to sleep with her than vote for her?
La folle maman said…
She is a good example for all of us juggling multiple tasks in our quest to be the perfect mother, daughter, employee, etc. Of course, being governor (possibly VP) I'm sure brings with it a lot of perks us regular moms aren't provided.
Karen said…
That does it, I'm getting fake glasses.
Julie said…
Gah, and all this time I thought it was just a funny stunt by Tina Fey........
caramama said…
Tina Fey did a stunt pertaining to this? What did I miss?
La folle maman said…
Before I even saw Palin, DH was describing her as Tina Fey. And that's a pretty accurate description. And yes, Fey should totally go on SNL and do a skit about her.
Colleen said…
I have to admit that I am pretty impressed with her. And to find out she's Wonder Woman? Well, that's just the cherry on the sundae now, isn't it? :D

(am I the only one who thinks Palin is one of the few lucky women who has a super-awesome supportive husband willing to more of the kid-rearing while she manages her career?...don't want to be political, but I do find that awfully appealing as a working mom who dreams of having a "real" career instead of just working a job that pays the bills.)
Shellie said…
I think you're on to something... I knew there was something off about her.

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