Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Sarah Palin is looking for a job?

I heard that Sarah Palin posted her resume on Linkedin so I decided to check it out.  After carefully reviewing her skills and accomplishments, I've decided to bring her in for a interview for the highly prestigious position of, " Stool Wrangler" picking up my droppings around the compound - usually twice a day. If selected, Ms Palin will be required to show up mornings and early evenings - seven days a week - ready and enthusiastic for work. She will follow me as I make my morning and evening patrols and clean as needed. What is really needed for her new position is reliable transportation and a true commitment to excellence because my owner will supply the tools of the trade - scooper and plastic deployment bags. That is unless she is hard core and does not choose to work with tools.

I am pleased to be one of the, "Real Americans"  trying to help the former Governor get back on her feet during this time of change. I am also looking forward to a long working relationship if she is fortunate enough to make it through my vetting process. 

Ms Palin will be facing stiff competition though because I'm also planning on bringing in former Texas Representative, Tom DeLay - fresh off the dance circuit
, and former Presidential candidate, champion of the environment, inventor of the internet, and all around good guy - Al Gore. The battle should be intense! Let the best man/woman win!


  1. Yea, that IS some fierce competition. And, darn, that's a tough position you are hiring for. Hmmmmmm. Sarah Palin seems a bit chatty, are you ready for that? And, do you have some bio-degradable bags, if Al Gore takes this on?

    Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
    Sierra Rose

  2. Haley, maybe you should put Al Gore on flea detail. He can save them up and start his own flea market.

  3. she will probably quit one week into the job to write a book about it and go on tour.

  4. DG - I'm happy you liked the term!

    Sierra Rose - Chatty - yes but I'm not worries because there are a lot of neighbors in the area for her to talk to once the stool has been cleaned up. And she can see them all from my house. ;)

    Leeuna - Another fine idea! Nothing wrong with a side business.

    Nooter - Good point - I'll have to write some kind of confidentiality clause into the contract.

  5. Just a word of warning - keep an eye on how much she spends on poopie bags - you know she spent thousands on pants suits for the campaign - you don't need Coach bags for the stool, hefty bags are probably fine.

  6. Bonehead - great point- I never thought about that angle! Coach bags would be very expensive indeed. It would be fun though to drop a deuce inside a Coach bag when it's owner was not looking.