tinafeysarahpalin.jpgIf Sarah Palin’s recent shout out to the well-liked TV comedy star who portrays her on Saturday Night Live is any indication, the VP candidate must be feeling pretty confident about her chances of serving her country.

At a rally in Columbus, OH, the LA Times reported the governor saying she “had a little advice for Tina. We wanted to make sure she’s holding on to that Sarah outfit because she’s going to need it for the next four years.”

Previously, the LA Times had reported Tina Fey’s promise to TV Guide:

“If she wins, I’m done,” Fey tells TV Guide. “I can’t do that for four years. And by ‘I’m done,’ I mean I’m leaving Earth.”

Leaving Earth is the new “moving to Canada.” I guess we’ll see how big the exodus really is on Wednesday. Then, maybe we can get back to our regular lives and relish the normalcy of a world where the earth is melting, the Terminator is the Governor of California, and we’re still waiting for the new season of “Lost” to start.

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