Hey, Palin: About That Prank Call From "Sarkozy"

Hey, Palin: About That Prank Call From "Sarkozy"

What's the French word for "jealousy"?

I thought Sarah Palin was a dimwitted fool from the very first crisp September day she appeared on our televisions.

But after listening to the Canadian comedy duo, the Masked Avengers, prank call the Republican vice presidential nominee, I'm convinced she's got moose pie for brains.

It's not just that she actually believed the French president, Nicolas Sarkozy, would dial her up himself just to say bonjour and suggest they go hunting together.  Or that she giggled when he'd tell her he can see Belgium from his house or didn't understand what the phrase "rouge a levres au cochon" meant.  (Lipstick on a pig!)

No, I realized Palin is not-too-bright when she actually believed "Monsieur Sarkozy" when he said his wife was jealous that he was calling her.

Why is this so hard to believe?

The French President's new wife is Carla Bruni, one of the most beautiful women in the world

But when the prank caller tells Sarah Palin, "[Carla] was a bit jealous that I was supposed to speak with you today...hahaha," she gushes audibly and giggles.

Oh, please!  Does Palin really think the stunningly gorgeous model/singer would be a jealous wife over her hubby dialing up a woman with a beehive, a pregnant 17-year-old daughter and those Naughty Monkey heels?  She has nothing to be jealous of.

Tsk, tsk, Sarah.  Nude photos of Carla Bruni sold for $91,000 last spring.   You just have a low-budget porno called Nailin' Palin available online [NSFW].

Maybe Sarah was just thrilled to be flirted with and livin' it up. (And yes, that's livin', withoug the "g.") 

I guess those French men do know how to flatter

Even when they're actually prank-calling Canadians.