Madonna opened her "Sitcky and Sweet" tour last night in New York City, and in between whatever "shocking" and "edgy" nonsense she’s thought up this time, she launched one of her famous zingers at Sarah Palin. And, oh baby, it was good. I think. I have no idea if it was good. I'll be honest, I read this like 7 times, and I have absolutely no idea what the fuck Madonna is talking about. Page Six says…
At one point during the US kickoff of her "Sticky and Sweet" tour at the Meadowlands Saturday night, the Material Mom indulged her Republican-hating ways, shouting, "Sarah Palin can't come to my party. Sarah Palin can't come to my show. It's nothing personal." Then the kabbalah queen told the crowd, "Here's the sound of Sarah Palin's husband's snowmobile when it won't start," followed by a loud screeching noise.
I suppose it's possible that Madonna’s comedy is so sophisticated and brilliant it goes right over my head, but I can't even think of one single reason why that would be considered a joke. What does it even mean? That there’s snow in Alaska? Or that things make sounds when they don’t work properly? Because yes, those things are true, but putting them together doesn’t make it a joke. Imagine you were at work and someone in your office said that to you. If they said, here's the sound of a washing machine that doesn’t work, KLAK KLAK KLAK. And here's the sound of a door closing, CLOSE CLICK. If you were wise you would throw hot coffee in their face and then run for your very life.