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Bristol Palin, Lost Virginity When Drunk, Gives Advice On Gay Marriage

May 15, 2012

The Wasilla Hillbillies are at it again. 

Bristol Palin who was knocked up at age 17 out-of-wedlock had the shortsightedness to offer advice about gay marriage.  (Have you noticed how many out-of-wedlock pregnant women get all ‘moral’ about others after they spawn?)

None take Bristol seriously, of course, as she is acting like her mother, Sarah Palin, while grabbing for anything that sparkles and shines.  The whole lot of them are a clownish clan of racoon-like creatures who surface anytime they think some money or fame can be made from national events.  While Bristol thought she had something to offer on gay marriage most commentary about her shilling looks like this.

Soon after President Obama stated support for same-sex marriage, Bristol publicly weighed in. Because, you know, the world was on tenterhooks.

In a blog post she focused on the reference that Obama made to his daughters — and to the same-sex parents of some of the girls’ friends.

“It would’ve been helpful for him to explain to Malia and Sasha that while her friends (sic) parents are no doubt lovely people, that’s not a reason to change thousands of years of thinking about marriage,” wrote Bristol, making her heady debut as the new Dr. Spock for a nascent millennium. She added that “in general kids do better growing up in a mother/father home. Ideally, fathers help shape their kids’ worldview.”

Fathers like…Levi Johnston? It’s with him that she conceived her child — out of wedlock, at the age of 17 — and by most accounts, his relationship with her and the Palin family isn’t any warmer than Juneau in January. A mother/father home is not what he and Bristol have succeeded in creating.

What’s more, she has made sure that their son, Tripp, will at some point be treated to a worldview-shaping image of Dad as something akin to a date rapist. That’s the description of him immortalized in her memoir, one of her many efforts to monetize her surname. It recounts the loss of her virginity as a result of getting drunk and blacking out in the company of Levi, who pounced. What a gift that narrative is to Tripp, now being hauled into a TV reality show, “Bristol Palin: Life’s a Tripp,” already in production. Little children are known to thrive in such environments.

One Comment
  1. May 15, 2012 10:59 PM

    Yeah because nothing says sanctity of marriage like a near-miss to a shotgun wedding and life as a single mother. Or having to constantly take the jerk to court for child support.

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