Sarah Palin got PWNED | The Blemish

Sarah Palin got PWNED

By on October 7, 2008

Madonna

kicked off the US leg of her “Sticky and Sweet” tour at the Meadownlands Saturday night and in between sets, she really stuck it to VP hopeful . First, Madonna banned her from her shows. “ can’t come to my party. can’t come to my show. It’s nothing personal,” said the singer. To add insult to injury, Madonna then made fun of her. Maybe. Look, Page Six is printing it as an insult so I’m going to go with it. According to them, Madonna quipped,

“Here’s the sound of Sarah Palin’s husband’s snowmobile when it won’t start,” followed by a loud screeching noise.

Oh, SNAP! Sarah Palin just got served! You hear that Palin? When your husband’s snowmobile won’t start, it’s all like, “EEEEEEeeeeEEEEeeeeeeeee!” And he’s all like, “Huh?!” I bet if you saw Sarah Palin right now, she’d be fuming and you would literally see smoke rising from her head. Okay, maybe not at this instant, but whenever Palin figures out what the hell Madonna is talking about, this will so totally happen.

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  • Rougelatete

    Thanks for making laugh out loud. I really needed that!

  • Bell Curve

    Heh. Dumb ass entertainers need to stick to what they are good at and leave the whole ‘thinking and speaking’ thing to people a bit less specialised.

  • Evil Overlord

    Another ass-hat entertainer (that’s debatable) who decided to open their pie-hole and queef about what we should be thinking. Take your Skeletor ass back to England Madge and feel free to STFU.

  • Another Stupid Republican

    Go Madge!!! F*ck Sarah Palin

  • Nogood

    Hello, has-been, please shut up and sing.

    I’m sorry. You can’t sing for sh*t anymore. You like to create publicity stunts to sell more tickets. It’s very pathetic.

    I guess your gay/drag/homo customers have stopped going to your boring shows.

  • john smith

    Ummmm….her shows were sold out back in April 08…….

  • anonymous superstar

    Entertainers that were born in America are citizens too and have a right to their opinion the only problem is that when they say they are for a candidate or issue it is like a testimonial more than a opinion or personal choice because they have the public’s attention. but they are no different than someone that has a bumper stick for McCain or Obama on their car.