Sarah Palin: “Will Work For Food”

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The fame and fortune that she expected after quitting her job as Governor of Alaska have thus far eluded Sarah Palin. The prolific speaking engagements have been few and far between primarily because only the one in Hong Kong was a paying gig. All of the others were non-paying engagements most of which, not unexpectedly, Palin did not attend. Todd “The First Dude” Palin also recently quit his job with oil producer British Petroleum. Quitting seems to be a Palin family trait. Additionally, the release date of Sarah Palin’s ghostwritten memoir has been moved up from Spring 2010 to November 2009. Could it be that she needs the money now and wants to cash in on Christmas gift sales?

Sarah Palin’s most recent cry for pay has come in the form of a newly created LinkedIn posting. CNN reports that Palin has placed her resume on the “Facebook for professionals”, a social media site that displays people’s resumes and allows for business networking for members to find a job. Along with her posted resume that includes the jobs that she has quit, Palin also states on the site that she is interested in…

“Job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, and getting back in touch.”

Apparently Palin did not receive the job nibbles she expected from her postings on Monster.com, Facebook and Twitter, so now she is shopping her resume on this more upscale site. It is interesting to contemplate just exactly what type of “expertise requests” she is qualified to fulfill and what “business deals” she is interested in. Most fascinating of all however, is Palin’s interest in “getting back in touch.” That is particularly humorous coming from the woman who told Katie Couric during a nationally televised interview, “I’ll try to find ya some and I’ll bring them to ya” when she was asked to provide specific examples of John McCain seeking tighter regulations on the financial industry. As we all know, Palin never did “get back in touch” with Couric on that matter. Let’s watch her stammering response just for laughs.

What is the next tactic to be used by Sarah Palin in her search for employment, sandwich boards?

In honor of the troops, please click on the song link below to familiarize yourselves with the tune and to have more fun singing along with the parody.

Taking Care Of Business song link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSlZi01Hm-8&feature=related

DRUMMING UP SOME BUSINESS

(sung to the Bachman, Turner Overdrive song, “Taking Care of Business”)

She gets up every morning
To hell with global warming
As she hums the new Lynnrockets’ dittie
She’s a nervous wreck because
Ol’ Michael Wooten’s still a fuzz
She’s a joke in Wasilla City

And if her brain’s online
She might feature in prime time
The exposure just might get her some pay
Sarah Palin is annoyed
That she is now unemployed
Public speaking was not her pay day

So she’ll be…
Drumming up some business, every day
Drumming up some business, every way
Sarah’s been drumming up some business, for a dime
Drumming up some business, and hoping for face time
Look out

If it were as easy as fishin’
She could be a beautician
And color your hair brown or yellow
She could work down at the bar
No need to wear a bra
She’d be loved by all those drunk red-neck fellows
The election was not won
Sarah Palin has no fun
Never should have happened that way
Republicans now avoid
This gal that’s unemployed
They keep pushing her further away

So she’ll be…
Drumming up some business, every day
Drumming up some business, every way
Sarah’s been drumming up some business, for a dime
Drumming up some business, and hoping for face time
Look out

(musical interlude)

Taking care of her business
She needs pay
Any ol’ way

She wakes up every morning
Her prospects are not warming
She won’t get too far on being pretty
Maybe the Lord up above
Will give Sarah Palin a shove
Right now she is someone to pity

And if she trains her mind
Joe The Plumber might be kind
And give her a position someday
Palin would be overjoyed
If she was not unemployed
She’d be snaking toilets everyday

So she’ll be…
Drumming up some business, every day
Drumming up some business, every way
Sarah’s been drumming up some business, for a dime
Drumming up some business, and hoping for face time

Drumming up some business
Drumming up some business
Drumming up some business
Drumming up some business
Drumming up some business, every day
Drumming up some business, every way
Sarah’s been drumming up some business, for a dime
Drumming up some business, and hoping for face time, Wooh

Drumming up some business
Drumming up some business
Sarah’s drumming up some business
She’ll be drumming up some business
Drumming up some business
Drumming up some business
Drumming up some business
Drumming up some business

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Posted on October 20, 2009, in Sarah Palin, Songs and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. Hilarious one, lynnrockets!

  2. Please please me

    Big Oil, and the Health Insurance Industry would be interested in business deals (campaign contributions) if Palin were a viable politician, but they certainly wouldn’t request her expertise, or offer her a job (they could teach her a thing or two about grifting).

    The show on Fox? Rupert told her he would be getting back in touch.

    Is it too soon for another biography?

  3. That was hilarious.

    I couldn’t help compare the Couric interview where Palin couldn’t even answer simple questions to “her” new found “insights” into world politics as expressed on her facebook page. Geez, give me a break.

    I wonder if her ghost writer is doing it for free to promote her cause or if she has to pay them.

  4. Just like Bette Midler’s line from the movie “Ruthless People,” she’s been “marked down by K Mart!”
    Just swap the “K” for the “Wal” and done!

  5. Thanks for that Couric clip…what a MAROOOOON!!!!
    Oh, Scarah! Fabio could have done better!

  6. I fart in her general direction. Ni!

  7. FEAST ON THIS

    Oprah Winfrey, on a campaign to climb back from last season’s ratings slump, will attempt to kiss and make up with conservative viewers on Nov. 16 when she has Sarah Palin on her syndicated talk show.

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