Wednesday, July 29, 2009

578 Saucery II, Obama, Palin


When last we met, the idea on the table was that flying saucers came to earth because they got lost on their way somewhere else. Now, we find, this is not the whole story. One of those saucers, one that landed in 1961, was carrying the future President of the United States, Barrack Obama.

Yes, the "birthers" are right. The Prez wasn't born in the United States. He was born on the planet Zatog and then dropped in Honolulu as an infant. All this talk about born in Africa? Ridiculous. Obama is from outer space. Everyone who voted for Palin knows it. And so does she. You think she resigned because of those ethics scandals? Nah. You think she resigned to go on the book tour? Nah. You think she resigned for general cuckooness? Not a chance. She resigned so she'll never be questioned about her secret knowledge of Obama's planet of birth. She doesn't want to be the one to bring this presidency down, the patriotic wondergirl.

So, what have we learned from this datum? Well, first off, maybe the little green men aren't green.

And of course, we have to ask ourselves why did the saucerians leave only one infant? Or DID they leave only one infant? Maybe it was several. Maybe it was many. Maybe not all of them were infants. This is so confusing.

But who else but the little not-green men could leave a perfectly forged Hawaiian birth certificate, as these guys obviously did? And who else could have planted that fake birth announcement in the Honolulu newspaper? No forger on earth has that degree of skill and stealth. So it had to be someone unearthly, and again, the finger points right at the little not-green men.

This leaves us with more questions than answers. Who else is out there, just waiting to be discovered?

Hey, wait! Maybe they left Palin, too.

Anyone seen HER birth certificate? For that matter, could anything like Sarah come from a human womb? But it would explain why she never said anything about this during the campaign.

Shrapnel:

--Former NYC mayor Ed Koch is out of the hospital where he stayed for more than a month gaining a heart valve and losing a gallbladder. Ed's a friend, mentor and former colleague, a good man, and raring to get back to work. His full time job is being Ed Koch, and that's a lot of work!

--RIP friend and former colleague Bob Walker of ABC News when that place meant something. Right wing, opera-loving, basketball loving big man with a big heart and enormous skill of phrase turning. And bounced out of bounds with the youth fad fully overtook ABC Radio.

--The Senate Judiciary Committee has done the right thing and approved Sotomayor. Now it's on to the senate. (And, yes, we've seen her birth certificate, and there's no otherworldly aspect to it.


I'm Wes Richards. My opinions are my own, but you're welcome to them.®
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