Sarah Palin’s bus tour of ten counties, the Rolling Blunder Review is expected to stop off at a local Waffle House to announce in a Palin-conference her move to end the horrors of auto insurance in America.
“We need to end Obama-car. The American people do not have to be told to buy vehicle insurance. I’m sure we’d do that on our own,” said Ms. Palin hopping off the rental bus.
"In my opinion, any mandate coming from government is not a good thing, obviously and I am not the only to say so, but obviously there will be more explanation coming from the American people for their support of government mandates," the Ex-Governor stated harshly about the reasoning of anyone who would buy into the buying of car insurance.
It was brought to the attention of Ms. Palin by her handlers when their driver, Flint, wondered who was going to initial the rental agreement form refusing the upgraded ‘Super-duper protection’ or “we’re they going with basic collision.”
Unfamiliar with the concept of protection, it was explained to Ms. Palin and family by Flint who once owned a truck, that the insurance was this thing the government made you get when you have a vehicle. Even though this was Flint’s first rental, the forty-five year-old was pretty sure that with the upgraded insurance, “That’s how they getcha.”
Sarah Palin wasted little time once the idea was quickly shuffled through her frontal cortex and Greta Van Susteren. Feeling another victory within grasp, Ms. Palin and crew are expected to make her anti-insurance announcement at the kid’s next potty break or Waffle House, which ever comes first.
“We feel like America loves rights. The Founding Fathers didn’t have car insurance, what sense does it make for us? If you love the Constitution the way I do, then you help me rewrite it. I love my America and want it back. We don’t need to be told anything from the government. We’re in charge, right?”
Forever-contender Sarah Palin had to cut her comments short as she received a call from Fox News stated she was needed elsewhere. Tim Pawlenty was thinking of speaking…