Friday, April 1, 2011

An Open Letter to Sarah Palin

Dear Mrs. Palin,

I have been watching you since you entered the national conscience in August 2008 as John McCain's running mate.  At that time, it was obvious that you were much better prepared than your running mate, and certainly his opponent, to be President of the United States.

You clearly understand our nation's unique history, and destiny as the greatest nation in the history of the world.  You understand that God placed this nation on the Earth to be a guide and beacon for all other peoples.

It was clear at that time that our nation faced tremendous challenges, and since that time it has become clear that those challenges are even greater than we realized.  After this country failed to elect you and your running mate, our problems became much worse.  You have tried to offer guidance to the man who was chosen to lead our country, and he has failed to accept your help. 

I realize that you would have to sacrifice financially to step up and offer yourself to be President of the United States, and take the burdens this nation faces upon yourself.  You have the unique gifts of intelligence, temperment and disposition which can unite this country and guide us to the path of righteousness.

Therefore, I ask that today you announce your candidacy for President of the United States.

In the future, this country will remember April 1, 2011 as the day that you came forward to do God's work and save this country from the evil Liberals who seek to destroy it.

It will also remember it as April Fools' Day.


  1. In a twenty-four hour period I had two women emphatically telling me that we had to get Obama out of office for screwing up this country. One of the women is a Christian Conservative who believes the world is only 12,000 years old and the flood killed the dinosaurs. (By the way, she is a lab tech and taught biology to home schoolers) I mentioned the Dow Jones going over 12,400 to the other woman and she asked me, "what's that?"

    Both of these women feel that Sara Palin is a positive voice in American politics and should be elected president. These people have the same realistic opportunity to vote that I have. I am depressed.

  2. Anybody who reads the Bible knows that the world is less than 7,000 years old.

  3. Did you count the "begats" to get that number? God forbid we consider the Buddist, Hindu, or Zorastrian calanders; they're nothing but heathens.

  4. I'm going by James Ussher's calculation that the world was created at nightfall the day before Sunday, October 23, 4004 BC