So Sarah Palin's summary of Paul Revere's famous ride is making the rounds. No doubt you've seen it:
Paul Revere's, um, Ride for Guns and Stuff
So I figure that since some new information has come to light, thanks to Half Governor Palin, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's famous poem needs to be rewritten. However, in honor of Sarah Palin, I'm not going to finish rewriting all of Longfellow's poem. It only seems appropriate.
Listen, my children and you shall hear...
Well, just what it is, it's not quite clear.
On the nineteenth of April in seventy-five,
Who'd Revere warn on his horseback drive?
From Concord to Boston to Lexington,
The British were warned 'bout touching our guns?
A Tea Party Patriot, armed to the teeth!
...At least in the words of Palin, S. Heath.
The lanterns were lit, no doubt says she,
In the Old North Church—for liberty!
One if by land, two if by sea,
Three if by air, four if by Wii.
Good golly gosh, I'm sure I don't know
Just what's the point of her traveling show.
One thing is clear: you're going to be failin'
If you learn your hist'ry from Sarah Heath Palin.