Skip to comments.Bristol Palin dishes on cheating baby daddy Levi Johnston in new book
Posted on 06/19/2011 6:56:39 AM PDT by ilovesarah2012
Sarah Palin's daughter is proving hell hath no fury like an Alaskan scorned - especially one with publishing contacts.
A cheeky Bristol Palin writes in her new book, due out next week, that her romance with ex-beau Levi Johnston - he of Playgirl fame - was one of "deception and disappointment."
He "cheated on me about as frequently as he sharpened his hockey skates," Palin penned of the bad boy for whom she first fell in seventh grade.
The "Dancing with the Stars" vet goes on to denigrate her former flame as "the gnat named Levi Johnston," in the teenage tell-all, entitled "Not Afraid of Life: My Journey So Far."
(Excerpt) Read more at nydailynews.com ...
I remember how stupid I was at her age. I’m glad I didn’t have a publishing contract.
Bristol is a nice girl, and I wish her and her son the best.
Comments following the article are not nice.
Just my honest opinion but I have no intention of reading a book by a young woman simply because she is Sarah’s daughter. First, this book will do no justice to her Mother or Father and will only be used to hurt them. Secondly, get over yourself. Okay, you had a child out of wedlock. Now, do what a real woman is suppose to do. That is, get some education or life skills and get a job to ensure that your child is taken care of. The whole “the Daddy of my baby is a jerk” matters to no one but her. Sheesh!
Bristol went up against a lot of people with dancing experience on DWTS, did a great job, and made a lot of money.
She really needs to stay out of the news.
We know he is a dog, we also know who his....... is.
dang, she won’t let Mom get a break
Maybe she feels she needs to have her say. Maybe her book will resonate with many young women out there, trying to cope with these unmanly men our society seems to encourage.
Also agree, however, these tell all books are usually never a good idea.
Even if everything she says about Johnston is true, she should have enough respect for her son to keep it private. No kid should have to hear one parent speak so poorly of the other, particularly in such a public way. Take your money and go get an education or a real job, Bristol.
Based on what I’ve seen of Levi, I believe Bristol.
Books like this can have a positive impact on teenage girls. They need to hear this message from a young lady who actually went through it.
Forget the teenage girls, what about her son!
The scum called “levi” is no man. If he had an ounce of character he could have made the relationship work and have been a beloved father and had a strong supporting family in place of the empty hole of depraved behavior his life truly is.
What to say about this? At least she’s not dishing on her mom?
I wonder what we will hear from Sarah this week. I don’t think she should let another week go without advancing word of her running, at least. She could overshadow Bristol’s book (which IMO would be a good thing) by making news of her own in Iowa, but would that lead the overshadowed daughter plotting to retaliate? On the other hand, I could see Sarah making legitimate news being enough for the MSM to wrap it all up with gossip from Bristol’s book.
I think Sarah needs to forge on with her own business on her own schedule, which should include some news and an appearance in Iowa this week. (And yes, I know she’s 100x the political strategist that I am, I’m just opining here.)
“Maybe she feels she needs to have her say..”
Her say to what? To whom? Okay, I think we all got it. She was young and fell in lust with a young guy and got pregnant. I may have been raised a bit differently but public airing of one’s laundry was seen as not acceptable. My point is she needs to grow up and stop living her life in one event. The only thing this book will do is hurt her Mother. (IMHO). I also wonder what the “tell all” details will do to her child when he is older. The difference between a girl and a woman is a woman looks out for the people relying on her and a girl looks out for herself. She needs to do some serious growing up.
Your daughter is old enough to stop making childish mistakes
TEACH HER TO STFU
And that the media is NOT YOUR FRIEND
When taking fire from liberals, fire back!
Liberals are sniveling cowards.
“Books like this can have a positive impact on teenage girls”.
Honestly, do you know about teenage girls? Do you really think that teen girls are going to run out and buy a book because they want to know what Bristol is saying? Let’s say for sake of argument that Bristol feels a need to educate the younger girls. Okay, proof is in the pudding. Get an education and show them what maturity is all about. Slamming the father of your child is not a mature way of handling this. Her main responsibility in life right now is her child.
Someone wrote this book but she didn't. Has she finished high school yet?
She needs to stop undermining her mother. Going back to school and taking care of her baby would be a good start.
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