Sources close to Sarah Palin say that, after many complaints, the new Sarah Palin Channel will soon have an option to enable English language dubbing.
A Palin spokesman explained that the option is required for any speech that the former Alaskan governor makes on her website.
The new option was suggested after a slam against Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) last week. Many viewers, as well as journalists, had a difficult time deciphering what Palin was saying in her reaction to Warren’s Netroots Nation speech.
“She used words, that’s verified,” said one journalist, “but the order in which she used them and the meaning behind them must have gotten lost in translation somewhere.”
Among one of the many indecipherable passages in Palin’s rebuttal was “Liberals, you want to send those evil employees who would dare work at a fast food joint then ya just don’t believe in, thought you wanted to, I dunno, send them to Purgatory or somethin’ so they all go vegan?”
“I’m a card-carrying conservative,” said one card-carrying conservative, “and I have no idea what the hell she was talking about. But I do personally blame it on Obama.”
The new online website is losing followers daily, said a national poll. Many sources say that it may be due to the average citizen’s appreciation for the English language.
“And not the gibberish that Palin seems to be spouting,’ added the Palin spokesman. “But in her defense, it is grade-A wholesome, all-American gibberish, so in that way it should be appreciated.”
In related news, a nationwide poll suggests that people feel Palin should be prevented from anything where she is required to “say stuff”…