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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

BRISTOL PALIN - The Stupidity Gene

Proving stupidity runs in the Palin family, BRISTOL PALIN stmmerred her way through a FOX INTERVIEW. On the topic of ABSTINENCE, BRISTOL PALIN said it was not like um uh um like how do I say it not realistic now. But of course she didn't want to get into "detail about it" It looks like BRISTOL PALIN is well on her way to.... um like uh um life as a stripper.

On the topic of all things stupid, here is a write up which truly shows the stupidity of SARAH PALIN in her pro life rants. Honestly, looking at how stupid her daughter turned out and all the problems with her son Tripp, maybe Sarah should have considered ABORTION... or at least sterilization as the world really doesn't need any more stupid people.

Here is the write up I promised

Source Jossip.com

People have been trying for years to tell moose-fed snow loon Sarah Palin that her abstinence-only sex ed. policy is total bullshit. Maybe now that her 18-year-old new mother of a daughter is saying as much, she'll finally listen.

Here, have a look at some of the more insane things Sarah Palin has said about sex and pregnancy. And then watch Bristol Palin saying last night on Fox News that teaching America's children abstinence "is not realistic at all."

Sarah Palin on sex and children:

• (When asked whether she would be pro-life or pro-choice if her 14-year-old daughter were raped and impregnated) "I would choose life."

• "I am pro-life. With the exception of a doctor’s determination that the mother’s life would end if the pregnancy continued. I believe that no matter what mistakes we make as a society, we cannot condone ending an innocent’s life."

• "(When asked what her top three priorities would be, in relationship to families, if elected governor of Alaska) "1) Creating an atmosphere where parents feel welcome to choose the venues of education for their children [i.e. abstinence-only vs. standard sex ed.]; 2) Preserving the definition of 'marriage' as defined in our constitution, and 3) Cracking down on the things that harm family life: gangs, drug use, and infringement of our liberties including attacks on our 2nd Amendment rights."

• "I’ll do all I can to see every baby is created with a future and potential. The legislature should do all it can to protect human life."

Hoo boy, what a crazy.

Later in the interview, Bristol suggested that her story should serve as a warning for any teens interested in sex and children, saying she's evidence that it's best to hold off: "They should just wait like 10 years." Hmmmm. Do our ears deceive us, or is a Palin actually saying that having a child ain't necessarily the greatest blessing the world? Is young Bristol perhaps even hinting at regret over not having an abortion? Dear god, Alaska is screwy.