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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Sarah Palin trots out her favorite prop again

From Sarah's Fecebook page


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Now I have no idea when this pic was taken but shouldn't Trig have his two front permanent teeth in by now.  He is 7 and going into first grade.

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  1. What ever happened to Jewish Jill the "service" dog?

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  2. The house in the picture looks like Bristol's old house on Lake Lifeless, the one she says she abandoned after the Palin Family Brawl in September. That would make the picture from summer last year.

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  3. Do they have a kennel? The new dog is going to end up as a mat or they'll just neglect it.

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  4. Poor kid has no tongue control so he gets frenched kiss by a dog that might have been licking his own ass a minute ago.

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  5. Nice nail polish on the dogs (non-trimmed!) nails...
    Also, too, I agree, the picture has to be quite old, or there is something SERIOUSLY wrong with TriG's teeth. He should have his permanent ones in by now, because he has been sporting the missing front teeth for about a year by now!

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    1. Agreed! If this a recent picture, there is something wrong with Trig's teeth!
      Sarah's too busy these days protecting 69 year old Trump, and her 24 year old daughter, Bristol while 7 year old Trig is left to fend for himself.

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  6. I hope you all know me well enough by now to know that I am not a troll...but I have a 15yo daughter with Down Syndrome who has several congenitally missing teeth and because of other health issues we haven't been able to do anything about that until recently. It's very common with DS, so please, while I totally agree that the whole Trig story is a lie, try to remember that no matter whose womb he came from (not SP's) he is not going to develop at the same rate/in the same ways as typical kids.

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  7. also, it's obvious to me that he is not receiving therapies that he deserves and needs. I could go on for hours about how much we've had to do for our daughter and how obvious it is to me that Sarah doesn't do that for Trig...

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    1. JillyG is right. I have worked with a number of DS people young and old. I agree that the teeth of a DS person are different than non-DS people. Sometimes they have no permanent teeth, and keep baby teeth their whole lives. It's a red herring. However, I also agree that the picture is probably not recent.

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