Seoul and inspiration

      One of the celebrities who will be on hand at the World Knowledge Forum in Seoul, South Korea, is none other than Princess Photo-op Palin.
     You know, the same woman who didn’t know Korea was divided into a North and South.
     She’s the same woman who didn’t know Africa was a continent, and referred to it instead as a country.
     Then for an American history lesson, she reminded us that Paul Revere warned the British that we were coming.
     But according to her, she’s in the same league as Shakespeare, because she too can make up words, like “refudiate.”
     One could almost imagine when Princess Photo-op was first approached about attending the forum her saying, “I love the people of Korea. They’re the ones who all carry cameras with them.”
     And when you think of knowledge, you automatically think of Palin.
     The two go together like peanut butter and sushi.
     Or Fox News and fair and balanced.
     She’s just what a forum on knowledge in a foreign country needs, the face of the one person who, whether intentional, is keeping America stupid.
     A few things the Princess needs to forget she thinks she knows before attending the knowledge forum:
     1. First, since you’re representing America overseas, you should know that Kim Jong iL is not the real name of singer Li’L Kim.
     2. Einstein’s Theory of Relativity does not refer to his discovering that we can trace our ancestors by using a family tree.
     3. NATO is not the name of the Green Hornet’s sidekick.
     4. Franklin D. Roosevelt was not an elitist country club guy who spent most of his presidency during the Great Depression on a horse with a malet playing polio.
     5. Ronald Reagan wasn’t the first to help someone pray away the gay because he convinced wife Nancy to retire from the lifestyle of a thespian.

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