Saturday, April 4, 2009

Defending Sarah, Bristol Palin

I'll start writing again tomorrow in strong support of Sarah Palin for President in 2012. It's amazing that Barack Hussein Obama, a man whose life is a monument to sleaziness, cocaine use, and machine politics, can declare his family "off-limits," but the Palins can make no such declaration. Why not?

As governor, Sarah makes controversial decisions because she doesn't "go along to get along." She's been a rock of integrity and courage throughout her life. Barack Obama, who has never gone against his Party -- never, ever -- can make no such claim. He's the same man who enthusiastically endorsed Blagojevich for governor -- twice.

Sarah Palin has the same kind of family issues that confront most Americans, including this one (with five daughters, all of whom have a mind of their own). There's an old -- accurate -- statement that parents don't "own" their children. They're on loan. There's another saying (that I made up) which says that our children ARE NOT US. They're themselves, unique human beings who have a right to make their own mistakes, which they will do, trust me.

Levi Johnston, meet Barack Obama. Both of them are self-absorbed sleazebags. Obama sold out to every special interest group with a bag-full of cash. Levi sold out his ex-girlfriend and his son, Tripp, for however many pieces of silver Tyra Banks was offering.

I believe Sarah will defend Bristol -- "like a mama grizzly." Let's do the same for a remarkable American woman, Bristol's mom. Part of the Palins' appeal is that they're "Every Family in America," and let's take advantage of that. (For certain, they're never boring.)

Sarah Palin blasts Levi Johnston for talking about relationship
with her daughter Bristol (From "Entertainment Weekly")

Levi Johnston -- Bristol Palin's former boyfriend and the father of her baby -- has made her lipstick-wearing pit bull mother biting mad. Johnston tells Tyra Banks on her show (that airs on April 6) that he believes Gov. Sarah Palin knew darn well he and her daughter were having sex when they lived in her house. "I'm pretty sure she probably knew. Moms are pretty smart," Johnston says. News of his sex chat with Tyra has hit the ears of the Alaska governor.

And you betcha her camp has released an angry hornet’s nest of a statement."Bristol did not even know Levi was going on the show. We're disappointed that Levi and his family, in a quest for fame, attention, and fortune, are engaging in flat-out lies, gross exaggeration and even distortion of their relationship," says the statement from the Palin family rep.

"It is unfortunate that Levi finds it more appealing to exploit his previous relationship with Bristol than to contribute to the well-being of the child."

The statement ends: "Bristol realizes now that she made a mistake in her relationship and is the one taking responsibility for their actions."

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