Palin Can See Japan
Japan, viewed from a walrus island on the Bering Strait, and corroborated by the Hubble Telescope, is a direct neighbor of Alaska, separated by a mere 5,000 miles of unruly ocean. On a clear day, Palin says, with a dead reckoning compass, she can see forever.
Walruses once migrated over the land bridge that once connected Japan to Alaska. Palin hopes to get funds to rebuild the bridge and reestablish the once flourishing trade in Tokyo Roses and Samurai Teacups.
Alaska's maritime borders give Governor Palin valuable foreign policy relationships, unlike landlocked nations like Arkansas, where Bill Clinton said he never had relations.
Once the bridge is complete, Palin hopes to travel to Japan to help slaughter dolphins, who do not recognize international borders, as well as outsource pesky penguins and loons, nuisances on the Nanook Trail. In fact, Palin hopes to be able to soon hunt walruses by getting rid of the Anti-Tusk Regulations.
Moby Dick (and the rest of those whale oil ships) are still out there, she says, and but she would "take on"- Captain Ahab, and the rest of the big boys, faster than you could polish a peg leg.
Any questions can be forwarded to the Palin (I'll-ask-ya) Alaska Committee.