…and the award for “Best Article Title This Morning” goes to…
Ho Sit Down: Bristol Palin Preaching Abstinence Now
Bristol Palin’s new goal is to not have any more pre-marital sex. Bristol took the Chasity oath on the Oprah Show Friday and says other women should do the same.
Sarah Palin’s daughter Bristol who has been raising her son Tripp by herself says she is vowing not to make the same mistake twice. Oprah asked Bristol if she thought she was setting herself up for failure, and Bristol replied no.
Sorry Bristol we don’t believe you, you need more people. SMH.
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When I saw this I had to show you, beloved reader. After seeing it, I had one huge question running through my mind:
Why take the “Chasity Oath” on Oprah’s show?
Shouldn’t that be a personal real moment for a person that normally wouldn’t be shared with a gazillion other strangers? I think its hilarious that Oprah asked if she really thought that a “Chasity Oath” was an obtainable goal. Does Bristol really think that we, the uncaring public, think she is a whore? I personally don’t think about her at all.
Well, there is some good news. The Palin camp has finally figured out a way to make the “return to decency” plausible. Publicly embarrass the child who had sex before the church said it was o.k. and make her swear on TV to never do it again. Nothing says “Good Parenting” like public displays of shame masked by public decrees of “I’m Sorry” for the world to see. I can’t help but feel that Palin’s “handlers” advised the Gov., Presidential VP Candidate, Fox News contributor to use the girl as a pawn to win back some of the puritanical outliers in the right by having her make a decree of celibacy on national TV.
Well done Sarah, well done!
Full article bossip found here.
Posted on January 25, 2010, in politics, religion, republican, right wing, tv, USA and tagged abstinence, bossip, Bristol Palin, Sarah Palin. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
Everytime I think the Palins have hit rock bottom, they surprise me. How much do you want to bet the National Enquirer is sending a reporter to Alaska to monitor Bristol’s extracurricular activities?