Skip to comments.A brief history of Bristol Palin's controversies [Jim Robinson quoted]
Posted on 05/11/2012 8:12:04 PM PDT by The people have spoken
For better or worse, Sarah Palin's daughter seems to have inherited her mother's gift for placing herself in the spotlight.
Bristol Palin on President Obama's support of same-sex marriage: "It would've been nice if the president would've been an actual leader... instead of merely reflecting what many teenagers think after one too many episodes of 'Glee.'"
When Obama endorsed legal gay marriage this week, he cited his daughters Sasha and Malia as factors in his evolving stance, noting that some of their friends have gay parents in admirably committed relationships. That was enough to provoke Bristol Palin, who fired off a blog post chiding Obama for being influenced by what "teenagers think after one too many episodes of Glee." Instead, she said, the president should have explained "to Malia and Sasha that, while [their] friends' parents are no doubt lovely people, that's not a reason to change thousands of years of thinking about marriage." This isn't the first time Bristol has written an open letter to Obama, nor is it the first time she's stirred up controversy. Here, a brief history of Palin's notable flaps:
Apparently in the world of leftists, a person cannot have their own opinion unless its something THEY agree with. Bristol was spot on in her blog, of course homo loving freaks came on her blog and trashed her for having her OWN opinion
Darn that pesky first amendment thingee.
If every weirdo in Hollywood that ever had 5 minutes of fame can offer up their predictably leftist opinion on political and cultural issues and be taken seriously because they can memorize words someone else writes for them and look good on camera, Bristol Palin can certainly have an opinion on Obama’s gay marriage endorsement and his phony rationale for his ‘evolving’ views. The leftist haters can go pound sand.
Nov. 19, 2010
The TV contest Dancing With the Stars responds to accusations that Bristol, now a contestant on the show, has beat out other, more talented dancers thanks to an organized vote-rigging scheme fueled by fans of Sarah Palin. Baloney, says executive producer Conrad Green. “She deserves it.” Jim Robinson, founder of right-wing website Freerepublic which has hosted discussions with titles such as “make liberal heads explode and vote for Bristol” is similarly skeptical about an organized conspiracy, telling People, “The Tea Party’s not that organized.”
Did they quote Jim Thompson? They have to quote Jim Thompson!!!!
Google: “Make liberal heads explode and vote for Bristol” ;o)
You tell them, Bristol.
Darn, they didn’t mention John Thompson!
Any other politician kid torn apart the way Palin’s were? Ever?
I’m starting to hold a real affection for the young Miss Palin...
She’s 21. Rules.
Hey, that's pretty good!