Palin Shines in Iowa: PCW Week in Review

With three weeks left to go before PCW’s Lock and Load pay per view, here are the big storylines in PCW:

-PCW Extreme Election Night 2012 is now 14 months away.  PCW CEO Barack Obama (D-IL) seems to have lost his mojo.  PCW continues to struggle with its debt problem.   And new jobs are few and far between.  Obama will be on PCW Politics Is War on P-SPAN this Thursday night to address those issues.

Texas Jack (R) w/Rick Perry (R-TX) is on a roll.  He has yet to have lost a match here in PCW.  Can he play himself into the four man tournament to be held at Lock and Load and get himself a shot at the PCW title?

-Texas Jack also signed on as the Republican‘s #2 wrestler behind ‘American Citizen’ Kevin Scott- who’s backed by the Massachusetts Red Blood Mitt Romney (R-MA)  Right now, the race for the Republican Nomination for PCW CEO seems to have boiled down to Romney and Perry.  Will the ‘Alaskan Pitbull’ Sarah Palin (R-AK) jump into the fray?  Can Minnesota’s Michele Bachmann (R-MN) be a viable contender?  Stay tuned.

-Or will that man be the Independent, Daniel-San- the former PCW Television champion?  Upset that the TV title was retired and he was not given an automatic title shot against PCW Champion Yamamoto Tanaka, Daniel-San survived round one of the play-in for the final spot in the tournament by defeating ‘The Self-Proclaimed Savior of the Middle Class’ Big Labor (D), ‘Bureaucrat’ Andy Riley (D), and Kevin Collins of Paul Ryan’s Raiders (R).

-Then there’s PCW’s Queen of Extreme Valora Salinas (I).  Valora’s path of rage the past few weeks has affected not only the women’s division.  Last week on PCW Extreme Political TV, Valora took out the ‘One Man Hollywood A-List’ Stone Chism’s (D)  Skanky Rich Bimbos: Kim, Courtney, and Chloe, Chism, and Triple R (D) after the Chism-Triple R match.  We know she’s mad because the Democrats chose PCW Women’s Champion Callie Urban (D) over her.  We know she’s pissed off at the Republicans for the Triple Threat’s interference in one of her matches.  The question on everyone’s mind is: what exactly does she want?


Last night in Sioux City, Iowa, Kalee Jones- The Eskimo Queen (R), backed once again by the Alaskan Pitbull herself, Sarah Palin, backed by the Tea Party, defeated Kathryn Randall Collins (D) in a grudge match.

Post match, Palin got on the microphone and clearly aimed her remarks at CEO Obama as well as country club Republicans.

“This movement isn’t simply a political awakening. It’s an American awakening. And it’s coming from ordinary Americans … it’s you who grow our food, you run our small businesses, you teach our children, you fight our wars.  I’ve seen this kind of crony capitalism before … I took on a corrupt and compromised political class and their backroom dealings with Big Oil. And I can tell you that sudden and relentless reform never sits well with entrenched power brokers.”


PCW returns this Thursday night with PCW Politics Is War on P-SPAN.

PCW WORLD CHAMPION: ‘The Japanese SuperDestroyer’ Yamamoto Tanaka (D)
PCW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: Jack and Joe Schmidt (R-Libertarian)
PCW WOMEN’S TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: Merchants of Death: Angel Scott and Angel Casey (R)

#1- ‘American Citizen’ Kevin Scott (R)
#2- O’Beck Bahama (D)
#3- Texas Jack (R)
#4- Charlie Blackwell (I)
#5- Daniel-San- (I)

#1- California Teachers Union: ‘The Foul Pole’ Andy Golatta/Malibu Dusty (D)
#2- Corporate Might:  Big Oil and Kirk Walstreit (R)
#3- Big Labor/Triple R (D)
#4- Charlie Blackwell/’No Frills’ Chris Escondido (I)
#5- Paul Ryan’s Raiders: Nick Ray and Kevin Collins (R)

#1- Kathryn Randall Collins (D)
#2- Sarah Mae Smith (R)
#3- Valora Salinas (I)
#4- Kalee Jones- The Eskimo Queen (R)
#5- Jackie Daniels (I)

#1- The Korver Sisters: Kelly and Korey Korver (D)
#2- The Triple Threat: ‘Texas Cowgirl’ Haley Dallas and Kalee Jones- The Eskimo Queen (R)
#3- The Mercenaries: Dawn McGill and Svetlana Kovalevski (I)
#4- Women For Women: Code Pink and Emily List (D)
#5- The Pinups: Sabrina James and Alicia Rowe (I)

#1- Glenn Beck (R)
#2- ‘The Queen of Political Extreme’ Ann Coulter (R)
#3-  Ed Schultz (D)
#4- Andrew Breitbart (R)
#5- Janeane Garofalo (D)