Thursday, May 7, 2009

Crazy Palin says what?

“Bristol’s focus will remain on raising Tripp, completing her education, and advocating abstinence,” [spokeswoman Meghan] Stapleton continues. “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.”

Pot, meet Kettle.

However, in a February interview with Fox News, Bristol told Greta van Susteren, “[E]veryone should be abstinent or whatever, but it’s not realistic at all.” Indeed, as a form of birth control, advocating abstinence simply doesn’t work.

I am confused... she is going to advocate for something that she knows doesn't work? Sounds... Productive.


CaptainNobody said...

While I agree that we should be advocating other forms of birth control because abstinence is unrealistic, you can't apply this one fuck-up to her entire philosophy just because it's her daughter. Even though she knows it's not working, she can still be of the opinion that it needs to work. I do think she's batshit crazy, but you've approached criticizing her in the wrong way.