Just Like Dr. Pepper, So Misunderstood: Battle Royale!

Kids, in Part I and Part II of this series, we explored the actions of Princess Sarah, before, during, and after her bid for for the vice-presidency.
From Top News:

Even though reports of agitation between the McCain and Palin camps bubbled up in the final weeks of the campaign, as Barack Obama began pulling away and the GOP duo was unable to regain the momentum, when the defeated team of McCain and Palin split up in Arizona on Wednesday, the personal differences were starkly visible.

Various press accounts suggest that Palin rubbed many of the McCain aides the wrong way. The most recent one, according to published reports, was the election night incident when Palin irked McCain aides saying she wished to make her own concession speech, other than McCain’s.

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For weeks, the McCain-Palin campaign has had to deal with widespread ridicule following the disclosure that the Republican National Committee was billed for $150,000 in wardrobe purchases for the Palin family. It is unclear how much McCain knew about this clothing debacle, as reports suggest that he was kept out of the loop for fear that he would not approve.

According to Fox News report Wednesday, Palin’s lack of knowledge on some topics also strained relations between the two camps. Sources say that Palin had resisted coaching before her faltering Katie Couric interviews; did not understand that Africa was a continent rather than a country; and could not name the three nations that are part of the North American Free Trade Agreement – the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Blah, blah, blah! Here’s the real scoop, kids! Just as the picture above tells you, all Princess ever asked for was an occasional Dr. Pepper. Can you blame her? After all, it is the King of Beverages! Well, that’s where all the trouble really started! Here’s the source of all the friction behind the scenes of the Captain Underpants campaign….

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That could only mean trouble!

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7 responses to “Just Like Dr. Pepper, So Misunderstood: Battle Royale!

  1. i love love love love it
    especially the cindy ad

  2. dcAp!
    everyone must immediately rush over and read your post today!! it’s hilarious! i just got back from there. by the way, your diary was rescued over at big orange, so hopefully, it will get more eyeballs.

    believe it or not, these 2 ads were among the most difficult to do. i though they would be easy and wouldn’t take much time at all, but they turned out to be tricky. still, they were fun to do. as long as you like it, dcAp, then it was worth the effort. 😀

  3. nightowl724

    Have you heard? Fifth Avenue is in a recession now that Sarah’s presidential campaign is over…

    I have to laugh every time you include brand tags to Palin’s outfits.

    I wonder how much of a boost in sales Dr. Pepper will get from Palin’s endorsement? Maybe that’s what her next job should be – Dr. Pepper spokesperson! She could travel the world and maybe learn a little bit about it. I’m all for anything that would keep her off the ballot and out of the country. You betcha! 😉

  4. nightowl,
    would you buy anything that moron endorsed? maybe she can find a product in alaska that she can endorse on tv commercials only shown in alaska. it seems like alaskans will buy anything. 😉

  5. nightowl724

    hahahahaha!

  6. I like the Belle Starr thing going in the Dr. Pepper. And I clipped that Cindy face but couldn’t find anything to do with it. Well done!

    Now check that idiot Georgia congressman who’s calling Obama a potential dictator. Can’t you do a little something with him? Or is he too small to ridicule?

  7. lulu,
    believe it or not, i just got done with something having to do with him. 😆 i’ll be posting it tonight.

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