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Saturday, October 31, 2015

Levi and Sunny Johnston try to clear the air about the custody fight with Bristol only to get knocked down-Update

The post on Levi's Facebook page has been since taken down, but here is the text of it:

Recently there have been a few articles written about our ongoing custody situation. 

In light of that, though we had hoped to keep all of this private, we have decided to set the record straight. 

Because we are not interested in providing fodder for the tabloids we will keep our remarks focused only on the facts, and post them here on Facebook. 

No we do not yet have a final legal custody agreement with Bristol Palin. 

Yes it looks like we are headed back to court yet again, hopefully for the last time. 

Reports of the amount owed for child support are grossly over inflated, but yes we are still paying on what we owe every single month. 

We are only requesting joint custody and a reasonable child support agreement. We think this is fair, and believe it is in Tripp's best interests to have equal time with both parents, as well as with siblings on both sides of the family. 

We have no wish to turn this into a public spectacle however we also do not want to be misrepresented and will correct misinformation as needed. 

 It is our hope that all of this will be resolved shortly as we have spent quite a lot of time, and quite a lot of money, with still no end in sight. 

Hopefully this answered a few of your questions, and will keep the tabloids from manufacturing their own drama for the sake of magazine sales and internet clicks. 


Levi and Sunny Johnston 

I'll bet my heart that not long after that post went up, Levi got a threatening call from John Tiemessen, Palin family lawyer.

It's a shame, Levi really needs to man up and call the cops on that fucking family.

Update-who knew a simple meme can speak a thousand words?

Friday, October 30, 2015

As predicated, Sarah Palin was awful in her debut on Newsmax

From Newsmax

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin praised all the participants in the third Republican presidential debate Wednesday in Colorado but singled out Texas Sen. Ted Cruz on Newsmax TV because "he schooled the media."

"That's what the American people are craving — for our leaders who are already in these positions of authority to tell the media to start getting focused on the things that concern us," the 2008 Republican vice presidential candidate told host Steve Malzberg on the "Newsmax TV Post-Debate Special."

There needs to be a focus on "the things that really make a difference in a presidential campaign because the state of the media … has been so poor and so unfair," Palin continued. "We have seen such a downfall of what the media has become [so] when Ted Cruz spanked them — they deserved to be spanked — he put them in order.

"It seemed like they kind of behaved a little bit better after that," Palin said.

In the debate at the University of Colorado-Boulder, Cruz slammed the media for not posing questions that dealt with "substantive issues."

"This is not a cage match," Cruz said before launching into his attack. "How about we talk about the substantive issues the American people care about?"

Palin called Cruz, Donald Trump and Ben Carson the debate's winners, adding that some candidates should drop out of the race.

However, she declined to be more specific, saying only that some should quit because "they are wasting ammunition on one another."

Sarah what America is craving is our elected officials stop fighting and work together, something that hasn't been done since Clinton was president.

And no the Republicans do not behave, from name calling to spreading lies.

Thank you Wonkette for writing the truth!

From Wonkette

Recall, if you can, a simpler time when Sarah Palin was just some lady governor who turned up in John McCain’s five-second Google search for “hot Republican chicks.” Before she caused the GOP to collapse on itself and became Half-Term Quitter Grifter Queen Sarah Palin Reality TeeVee Star Also TooTM. Recall as well how brave she told the world she was for “choosing” not to abort her unborned Down syndrome baby, Trig, from the dusty 44-year-old trash compactor that was her womb. Even though she thought about it:

I had found out that I was pregnant while out of state first, at an oil and gas conference. While out of state, there just for a fleeting moment, wow, I knew, nobody knows me here, nobody would ever know. I thought, wow, it is easy, could be easy to think, maybe, of trying to change the circumstances. No one would know. No one would ever know.

Then when my amniocentesis results came back, showing what they called abnormalities. Oh, dear God, I knew, I had instantly an understanding for that fleeting moment why someone would believe it could seem possible to change those circumstances. Just make it all go away and get some normalcy back in life.

It made her a “pro-life” hero. And then her fail-spawn Bristol also “chose” not to do the thing they believe no one should choose, and she was a “pro-life” hero too! And they were all so happy they’d both chosen not to do abortions to their babies, hooray! And they smiled for the camera and Real America, telling everyone nobody should be allowed to not choose life, even if they are really old or really young or their baby — inside their mom — has abnormalities, which sure scared Bristol at the time:

When I found out Mom was pregnant with a baby who would have Down syndrome, I confess.  I was scared.  I didn’t know what it would mean for his life or for ours.

We (the kids in my family) didn’t know Trig was Down Syndrome until after he was a few hours old. Looking back now, I’m glad we didn’t know. We would’ve built up preconceived ideas about what our brother would be like and worried too much about it. Trig is one of our biggest blessing (along with Tripp of course) and really is the light of our lives! Watching him at his 1st grade concert just a couple nights ago melted my heart.

Now Bristol is glad she didn’t know the thing she knew two years ago because Trig is a “joy” and a “blessing” and the best thing that ever happened to her! Besides her own parenthetical baby, can’t forget whatshisname, he’s pretty OK too!

That’s why Trig (along with Tripp of course) are her “Favorite Boys”, and she loves to blog about how happy they make her. Sorry, other brother Track, but you are not one of her Favorite Boys. Oh, no reason.

Anyhoo-ha boy howdy what the frick. Bristol is glad today, at this particular moment, subject to change depending on whatever political point she’s trying to make, that she didn’t know about Trig when he was still on the inside — of her mom — because then she might have had to read a book or something about what is Down syndrome, and we all know how them Palins don’t care for the book-learnin’.

And besides, if Bristol had known about Trig, she might not have chosen life — for her mom — and then she wouldn’t be able to blog about what a tragedy it is that “more than 90% percent of babies with Down Syndrome won’t ever get the chance to be born,” because if she’s stuck “choosing life” for babies she doesn’t want, every other woman should have to as well. What a blessing.

So what Bristol said here is an admission that Trig is not Sarah's baby?

When I found out Mom was pregnant with a baby who would have Down syndrome, I confess.  I was scared.  I didn’t know what it would mean for his life or for ours.

That was in 2013. This is right now:

We (the kids in my family) didn’t know Trig was Down Syndrome until after he was a few hours old. Looking back now, I’m glad we didn’t know. We would’ve built up preconceived ideas about what our brother would be like and worried too much about it. Trig is one of our biggest blessing (along with Tripp of course) and really is the light of our lives! Watching him at his 1st grade concert just a couple nights ago melted my heart.

Thursday, October 29, 2015

NFL week 8 picks

Miami at New England 8:25 PM CBS/NFL Gillette Stadium
Detroit at Kansas City 9:30 AM FOX         Wembley Stadium
Tampa Bay at Atlanta 1:00 PM FOX Georgia Dome
Arizona at Cleveland 1:00 PM FOX 5,035 FirstEnergy Stadium
San Francisco at St. Louis 1:00 PM FOX Edward Jones Dome
NY Giants at New Orleans 1:00 PM FOX Mercedes-Benz Superdome
Minnesota at Chicago 1:00 PM FOX Soldier Field
San Diego at Baltimore 1:00 PM CBS M&T Bank Stadium
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh 1:00 PM CBS Heinz Field
Tennessee at Houston 1:00 PM CBS NRG Stadium
NY Jets at Oakland 4:05 PM CBS Coliseum
Seattle at Dallas 4:25 PM FOX AT&T Stadium
Green Bay at Denver 8:30 PM NBC Sports Authority Field at Mile High

Indianapolis at Carolina 8:30 PM Bank of America Stadium
·Bye: Buffalo, Philadelphia, Washington, Jacksonville

Last weeks record 10-4

Record to date 64-41

Sarah Palin's bizzarest Facebook post yet

From Sarah's Fecebook page

The Left's failed agenda is my fault? Well maybe that's a fine birthday gift for Mom today! Happy birthday, Mom!

Yes Sally had a birthday recently but what does that have to with the article?  Sally lives in bizarro world anyway.  She spent more time at church than raising her own family.

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Oh Brancy

Brancy had two doozies this week, the first one about Richard Dawkins

I’m interested in the cases where religion actually moves people to do horrible things … although they themselves might not be horrible people, they might be actually very righteous people,” Dawkins said. “They believe they’re doing right.”
That’s when he launched into an example surrounding the September 11 attacks to illustrate his point.
“I think the 9/11 hijackers all sincerely believed that they were doing the right and proper moral, religious thing,” he continued. “They were not in themselves evil. They were following their faith — and faith is pernicious because it can do that to people. It can do that to otherwise decent people.”

Of course Brancy has to attack him:

This is the problem with radical atheists like Richard Dawkins. Their agenda is to attack people of all faiths. And Dawkins has to fit even something as obviously evil as the terrorist attacks on 9/11 into his own radical agenda.
So the radical atheist ends up defending the radical jihadists, because according to his crazy ideas, they aren’t evil – they were just brainwashed.

Brancy thinks she's right, Bristol's mother thinks she's right.  Ted Cruz thinks he's right.  Are they all fucked in the head?  I think so.

People like Brancy use the bible as a weapon, which is not what Jesus wanted.  I don't know much about Allah but I'm sure Allah felt the same way about the Koran (which has references to Jesus by the way).

Now Brancy has to go after "The Clock Kid"

It only took 24 hours for Ahmed “Clock Kid” Mohamed and his family to announce their decision to leave America after meeting President Obama.

It seems that the Clock Kid and his family decided they wanted a place of true tolerance, where everyone’s human rights are respected and corruption is non-existent.

Let’s look at the family’s official statement to find out what bastion of freedom they are fleeing to…


The family is leaving for Qatar?!?!?!?

Human Rights Watch’s latest report on Qatar cites laws discriminating against freedom of expression, women’s rights, and the treatment of migrant workers.

Of course, this is how this story ends. After the initial outrage machine kicked into high gear, actual experts analyzed Ahmed’s clock to realize something fishy was going on.

Whether that justified the arrest or what was actually going on is another matter for another day, one that may never come now that the sequel to “Clock Kid Gets Handcuffed” seems to be “Clock Kid Goes to Qatar.”

I expect significantly less freedom in the sequel than in the original. Hope Ahmed knows what he’s in for.

I would think Brancy would be thrilled Ahmed is leaving for Qatar, in her mind it's one less Muslim to deal with in America.

Sarah Palin will be on Newsmax TV tonight

From Newmax's Fecebook page

Sarah Palin will join Newsmax TV immediately following Wednesday’s GOP debate to tell us who won! See Sarah, Dick Morris and more on Newsmax TV at 10PM ET after the debate on Directv 349, Dish 223, Fios 115 or get our free phone app. Like, Share this post and Vote in Newsmax’s GOP Poll here:

Since Sarah will have nothing substantial to offer I'll save everyone's time by writing it out for her:

Obama sucks.  He doesn't have any big stick or cajones, he's an impotent Kenyan Muslim.  The end.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

The Republican party is a mess and it's Sarah Palin's fault

From the Washington Post
When The Post’s front page declares: “Republicans are on the verge of ceasing to function as a national party,” it’s time to ask: How did this come to pass?
You can choose from a litany of insurrections, government shutdowns and other self-inflicted wounds. But this year’s carnival-like GOP presidential primary makes one event, in retrospect, stand out as a crucial turning point on the road to upheaval: the 2008 embrace of then-Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to be a heartbeat from the presidency.
Palin’s blatant lack of competence and preparedness needs no belaboring. What’s critical is that substantive, serious Republican leaders either wouldn’t or couldn’t declare, before or after the election: “This is not what our party stands for. We can and must do better.”
By the campaign’s end, GOP operatives were shielding Palin from even the simplest questions. (She had flunked “what newspapers do you read?”). Barack Obama cruised to victory.
Palin became a Fox News fixture, reinforcing the newly formed tea party’s “never compromise” demands. Bombast, not reason, reigned. Now the “settle for flash” aura of Palin’s candidacy looks like a warning that the party was prizing glib, red-meat rhetoric over reasoned solutions.
Sadly, Palin owes her fame to 2008 presidential nominee John McCain, who is generally one of the party’s more thoughtful and substantive veterans. He has championed reforms to immigration and campaign finance. He denounced “wacko birds” who stymie Congress to pursue hard-right agendas with no chance of passage. Whether 
McCain actively sought Palin in 2008 or passively yielded to aides’ pressure, he set a new standard for GOP candidates who rely on lots of sizzle and little substance.
Once McCain put Palin on the ticket, Republican “grown-ups,” who presumably knew better, had to bite their tongues. But after the election, when they were free to speak their minds, they either remained quiet or abetted the dumbing-down of the party. They stood by as Donald Trump and others noisily pushed claims that Obama was born in Kenya. And they gladly rode the tea party tiger to sweeping victories in 2010 and 2014.
Now that tiger is devouring the GOP establishment. Party elders had hoped new presidential debate rules would give them greater control. But they are watching helplessly as Trump leads the pack and House Republicans engage in fratricide.
It’s hard to feel much sympathy. The Republican establishment’s 2008 embrace of Palin set an irresponsibly low bar. Coincidence or not, a batch of nonsense-spewing, hard-right candidates quickly followed, often to disastrous effect.
In Delaware, the utterly unprepared Christine O’Donnell promised “I’m not a witch,” but it didn’t save a Senate seat that popular, centrist Republican representative Mike Castle would have won, had he been the nominee.
In 2012, Missouri Republicans hoped to oust Sen. Claire McCaskill (D). Those hopes died when GOP nominee Todd Akin opined that “the female body” could somehow prevent pregnancy from “a legitimate rape.”
Party leaders aren’t responsible for every candidate’s gaffe. And Republican primary voters, not party honchos, choose nominees. But it’s easy to draw ideological lines from Palin to O’Donnell to Akin and so on to some of the far-from-mainstream presidential contenders of 2012 and today.
Then-Rep. Michele Bachmann (Minn.) was rising fast in Republican presidential polls in July 2011. Pizza company executive Herman Cain led the polls three months later. Does anyone now think Bachmann and Cain had the skills, experience and temperament to be president?
True, the party eventually settled on Mitt Romney. But for months, Americans wondered, “Is this party serious?” Now the Republicans’ leading presidential contenders are Trump — who vows to make Mexico pay for a “great, great wall” on the U.S. side of the border — and Ben Carson, who questions evolution and asks why victims of the latest mass shooting didn’t “attack the gunman.”
This isn’t to heap new scorn on Palin. But let’s not diminish the recklessness of those who championed her vice presidential candidacy. It was well known that McCain, 72 at the time of his nomination, had undergone surgery for skin cancer. It wasn’t preposterous to think Palin could become president.
Now Republicans ask Americans to give them full control of the government, adding the presidency to their House and Senate majorities. This comes as Trump and Carson consistently top the GOP polls. Republican leaders brought this on themselves. Trump calls Palin “a special person” he’d like in his Cabinet. That seems only fair, because he’s thriving in the same cynical value system that puts opportunistic soundbites above seriousness, preparedness and intellectual heft.
I'm going to make a list of all the crazy GOPers that have run for Senate, Congress, the White House, or governor office since 2008:
Sharron Angle
Jesse Kelly
Michele Bachmann
Herman Cain
Donald Trump
Mike Huckabee
Rick Santorum
Todd Akin
Christine O’Donnell
Joe Miller
Dan Sullivan
Ted Cruz
Marco Rubio
Karen Handel
Scott Brown
Richard Mourdock
Rick Scott
Rick Snyder
Greg Abbott
Ben Sasse
Joni Ernst
Steve Lonegan
Chris McDaniel
John Kasich
Nicki Haley
Doug Ducey
Alan West
Joe Walsh
Bill Cassidy
Louie Gohmert
Ben Carson
Scott Walker
Rick Perry
Rob Maness
Clint Didier
Tom Emmer

Folks that is a lot of crazy, and it's only the tip of the iceberg.

Monday, October 26, 2015

What happened to all of Bristol Palin's friends?

Recently Bristol posted this pic on her instagram with this message:

Thank you to my co workers for making my 25th so special ❤️❤️

OK that is fine and dandy even though we know she really doesn't work there. But what about her friends and family outside of work?  Did they have a get together for her.  If so why not pictures?

Perhaps Bristol no longer has any friends, only Marina.  Does she ever hang out with April Morlock anymore?

A few years back, I think while in California, Bristol celebrated her birthday with a few friends:

Sarah only gave Bristol a birthday shout out as an afterthought.  Willow didn't mention it on Fecebook or her instagram.

I guess Bristol is all alone.

Monday Meme

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Why Jeb should not be elected president


The common wisdom is that this is the season for Republican voters to express themselves by supporting silly candidates and that once the primary comes around, they’ll crack and throw their support behind one of the more serious contenders, like Jeb Bush or Marco Rubio.

But when it comes to Bush, voters may be picking up on something that the party elite do not understand:Bush faces a brother-shaped albatross hanging around his neck that will, in fact, turn out to be a real problem in the general election.

Worse, Bush’s way of handling the issue suggests he hasn’t given it much thought, clearly expecting everyone to politely pretend that we’ll all forgotten about that 9/11 and Iraq War thing.

Bush’s weakness on this front was embarrassingly evident in a weekend interview on CNN with Jake Tapper, where he tried to blame Hillary Clinton for the four deaths in Benghazi because “had a responsibility at the Department of State to have proper security” but then denied that his brother had any responsibility for the 3,000 deaths on 9/11, because, “It’s what he did afterwards that matters.”

In other words, if you’re a Democrat, you are obligated to prevent violence, but if you’re a Republican, there is no obligation to maintain security so long as you wear flight suits after thousands of people die horrible deaths on your watch. Tapper pointed out that this is a double standard, but Bush’s response seemed more petulant that somber in the face of so much tragedy.

What this interview showed is, especially if Bush is the nominee, the choice of the Republicans to make “Benghazi” a catchphrase during the 2016 campaign runs a strong chance of backfiring. You can guess at why Republicans thought it was just a peachy idea to hold a bunch of obviously politicized congressional hearings that were clearly never going to turn up diddly squat. They appear to still be caught up in the idea that Democrats are “soft” on national security, that Democrats are the Mommy Party: Good for nurturing you, but supposedly not good at handling outside threats. And Republicans clearly still think they can work that Daddy Party image, promising to deal with all the scary monsters so you can sleep soundly at night. The fact that Clinton is actually a woman probably only propelled this thinking, which is rooted deeply in sexism and rather childish notions that growling and acting tough is somehow the same thing as keeping us safe.

But the blunt fact of the matter is that Clinton was Secretary of State when Osama Bin Laden was killed, and George Bush was president when Osama Bin Laden killed 3,000 Americans. Is Jeb Bush betting that Clinton is somehow too good to run campaign ads contrasting the picture of her in the situation room while American troops killed Bin Laden with pictures of his brother reading My Pet Goat while 3,000 Americans lost their lives to Bin Laden? She might be. Outside groups that are supporting her might not be. Either way, that’s not a bet I’d take, especially if Republicans keep flinging the word “Benghazi” around to express their belief that Democrats—and women—are incapable of keeping us safe.

Bush has clearly come up with his talking point to evade this issue, which he trotted out on CNN. “Does anybody actually blame my brother for the attacks on 9/11?” he asked, clearly hoping you’d think anyone who brings this up is basically a 9/11 Truther. The problem, for him, is there is a huge gulf between blaming George Bush for what happened and pointing out, accurately, that he didn’t keep us safe. The problem is that Jeb Bush keeps conflating the two.

This statement contradicts itself. We were, in fact, attacked, which is proof that George Bush didn’t keep us safe. In order to argue that you kept someone safe, you have to prevent the attack. The safety was breached. There is no way around this.

It is also worth remembering that while the Benghazi hearings haven’t produced anything but a couple of Republicans admitting that they are a partisan exercise using taxpayer money to campaign against Clinton, the congressional hearings investigating the Bush administration’s failures in preventing 9/11 did produce a smoking gun, a memo titled “Bin Laden Determined To Strike in U.S.” We also have Bush’s reported response to being briefed by alarmed security officials about this threat: “All right. You’ve covered your ass, now,” before basically blowing it off.

By reasonable standards, none of this means Bush is to blame for 9/11. However, if you hold him to the standards that Clinton is being held to by Republicans regarding Benghazi—that if it happened on your watch, you are to blame—then, well, there’s more evidence of his neglectfulness than of hers, for sure.

Bush’s answer to this problem, to try to make 9/11 about the aftermath, isn’t going to help him much. That’s because the aftermath was the failed Iraq War, which had nothing to do with 9/11. Imagine what Clinton could do with that. If Bush runs, expect her to repeatedly remind people that George Bush was too busy starting irrelevant wars to deal with Bin Laden, but that the Obama administration, with her as Secretary of State, actually got the guy who did this.

If Republicans are smart, they’ll just avoid the whole thing and nominate Rubio instead. Sure, he looks like a deer caught in headlights and his frat boy smirk will look especially unserious compared to Clinton’s impressive resume. But at least he doesn’t carry George W. Bush, 9/11 and the failed Iraq War everywhere he goes.

I think there should be a constitutional amendment banning anyone blood related to George W Bush from ever being elected president.  Seriously.

For the record Levi and Bristol's custody fight is not over!

Grumpy Tripp

From Kpopstars

Pregnant Bristol Palin is slowly getting back on track as the birth of her second child nears. She even has apparently made amends with the father of her first child -- Levi Johnston.

According to a report on Mail Online, Palin and Johnston have finally settled on the amount of child support to be provided for their son Tripp. The former couple has apparently been fighting over the issue for three years.

Although they both reached a compromise, no other details about it was released. The website has also reached out to both Palin and Johnston's camps but have yet to receive a reply.

With one aspect of the pregnant Bristol Palin's life coming to a close, Sarah Palin's daughter has yet to reveal an important detail about her second pregnancy. Since she announced she was pregnant in June, the soon-to-be mother of two has been mum about her baby's daddy. In her blog post, she insisted that she had planned to have her second baby but things got out of hand along the way.

"Everyone knows I wanted more kids, to have a bigger family," she said then. "Believing I was heading that way, I got ahead of myself. Things didn't go as planned, but life keeps going. Life moves on."

Sarah Palin's daughter was engaged to Dakota Meyer earlier this year but called off the wedding before she announced she was pregnant. While some think he is the father of the baby, both have not addressed the rumors. Meyer also spoke on social media amid the pregnancy announcement but merely talked about how important issues have been ignored because of other silly news.

If you go to Court View you can see that the case is far from over.  And as far as making amends, Bristol still trashes Levi in front of Tripp, that's not making amends, that's child abuse.

Saturday, October 24, 2015

So who is this little boy

The little boy in the back looks like Trig and I think he is but others don't think so.

Yes his hair is a little longer than when he was in Hawaii, but this pic could have been taken anytime.

Readers what do you think?

Friday, October 23, 2015

Mike Huckabee just killed his chances at getting the GOP nomination

From Politicusua

The squeaky wheel might get the grease, but the crazy candidate doesn’t necessarily get the money. The Hill is reporting that Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee “raised just $1.24 million, the lowest of any candidate who has made a top-tier debate this year and half as much as Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, whose poll numbers have dropped over the past few months.”

Is the problem that there is so much competition for the crazy vote, or is it that Huckabee is just too much of a wackadoodle even for the Republican base? Just look at some of the appalling things he’s said:

He came out in support of the Duggars and therefore child molestation and incest;
Said he would use military to prevent abortion if elected;
Likened Obama’s Israel policy to the Holocaust, a remark which offended Jews among many others;
He came out in support of Kim Davis and was willing to use force to keep from sharing stage with Ted Cuz;
He tweeted that he didn’t trust Asians with his dog, because they might eat it;
He says poor criminals should be sold into slavery.

Recently Mike came out in support of the Duggars (again) with this gem

“Well out of 19 kids, as far as we know, 18 turned out pretty darn well,” said Huckabee. “That’s a pretty good percentage.”

Well Mike that is not true.  Jill Duggar Dillard and her husband Derick have jumped on the grifting machine to the point where their fans were questioning what their donations are being used for in the mission field.

Then there is Jessa who is married to an unemployed teenager and due to give birth any day now.

Yep Boob and Mullet know how to raise great kids.

Should Jill Palin's back be bent like this?

I know some labs backs are a little curved like this:

But Jill's back is really bad:

Thursday, October 22, 2015

NFL week 7 picks

Seattle at San Francisco 8:25 PM CBS/NFL Levi's Stadium

Buffalo at Jacksonville 9:30 AM        Wembley Stadium
Tampa Bay at Washington 1:00 PM FOX FedEx Field
Atlanta at Tennessee 1:00 PM FOX LP Field
New Orleans at Indianapolis 1:00 PM FOX        Lucas Oil Stadium
Minnesota at Detroit 1:00 PM FOX Ford Field
Pittsburgh at Kansas City 1:00 PM CBS Arrowhead Stadium
Cleveland at St. Louis 1:00 PM CBS        Edward Jones Dome
Houston at Miami 1:00 PM CBS                Sun Life Stadium
NY Jets at New England 1:00 PM CBS                Gillette Stadium
Oakland at San Diego 4:05 PM CBS         Qualcomm Stadium
Dallas at NY Giants 4:25 PM FOX MetLife Stadium
Philadelphia at Carolina 8:30 PM NBC Bank of America Stadium

Baltimore at Arizona 8:30 PM U of Phoenix Stadium

Last weeks record 8-6

Year to date 54-37

Question for Sarah and Todd Palin

Sarah why have you not released Trig's birth certificate?

Todd have you ever been with or hung out with hookers in Anchorage?

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Congrats to Canada!


According to the Reputation Institute, it is the "most admired" nation on earth. Immigrants flock there from all over the world -- for the most part politely standing in line for the opportunity.

Taxes seem to get lower every year and the government runs a surplus. Burdensome regulations have been slashed and the tax code's been rewritten to encourage business investment and pro-family policies. Abroad, it's taking the fight to ISIS with a reinvigorated military, standing side by side with Israel and against aggression from the mullahs of Iran and Vladimir Putin's Russia.

No, it's not three years into the Marco Rubio administration -- it's present-day Canada, and its courageous leader just got booted out of office after nine years of steadily maneuvering the ship of state.

The Conservative Party's loss is to the detriment of its neighbors to the south and the world at large, since the Tory leader, Prime Minister Stephen Harper, was defeated by the unprepared, gaffe-prone but well-coiffed son of a former prime minister, Justin Trudeau.

Harper's fate is all the more shocking when you consider how well Canada weathered the 2008-2009 financial crisis under his watch. He didn't bail out anyone (except the U.S.-based auto industry), no financial institutions failed and the Canadian economy hummed along.

Part of Harper's success -- and doom -- lies in the commodity markets. With sky-high oil prices and other resources reaching record highs, Canada got rich as other industrial powers paid top dollar (or top loonie, if you will) for the raw materials they needed to grow. As oil prices fell off a cliff, the Canadian economy slowed, even briefly dipping into recession this year. But Harper made the necessary cuts and kept taxes low. Amazingly, he balanced the budget ahead of schedule as the commodity markets nosedived.

The fickle Canadian voters were tired, though. Tired of the scandals and unforced errors that come with years of unchecked power (Canada's parliamentary system is a unitary executive-legislative branch). Political appointees and friends of Harper's couldn't resist feeding at the taxpayers' trough. Though the trail never led directly to Harper, the scandal only fed a public perception that the cool-to-a-fault, calculating (and yes, even Nixonian) Prime Minister was up to no good.

Despite their success, Harper's policies, too, seemed to echo the "American" political discourse, a byword for becoming what Canadians fear most -- too much like their rapacious, bellicose and paranoid neighbors to the south. In Canada, identity is tied up in a few things (hockey, universal health care) but none more powerful than a genteel anti-Americanism that tinges every political debate in the Great White North.

When Harper introduced anti-terror legislation called C-51, or "Canada's Patriot Act," after prominent attacks inspired by radical Islam, the wing nuts of Canada's left came out of the woodwork, painting the Prime Minister as a tyrant in the making.

His inaction on climate change -- a shrewd move for a near-petro state -- enraged the ecowarriors.

But the final straw came when Harper took a stand for an inclusive, but fully Westernized and assimilating Canada -- banning the niqab, or face veil, from being worn at citizenship swearing-in ceremonies. The din of the "culturally sensitive" left's cries was deafening -- "racist," "Islamophobe" and "anti-immigrant" entered the normally polite Canadian discourse.

What lies next for Canada is bad news for America and especially conservatives.

Canada under Harper's leadership was a conservative wonderland with balanced budgets, increasingly low taxes and a robust foreign policy aimed at taking on terrorists and bullies the world over. But that is poised to change under the Liberal Party's Trudeau, who promises to run deficits, pull out of the anti-ISIS operation in Iraq and Syria, and re-establish ties with Iran. He also wants to bring 25,000 Syrian refugees to Canada.

Furthermore, although the abortion debate has been "settled" for a generation by repeated diktats from Canada's uber-leftist Supreme Court, Trudeau has stamped out dissent within his own party over abortion, where a thriving anti-abortion wing once existed.

Without Harper at the helm, the lessons of Canada's miracle -- surviving the financial crisis, balancing budgets, slashing red tape and taxes while maintaining a healthy welfare state -- will be lost to history as Trudeau's Liberals in a fit of pique roll back the gains the Great White North has made.

Politics is a fickle game and fatigue is a real phenomenon. Harper's achievements will be relegated to the dustbin of history.

As Shelley's "Ozymandias" reminds us, "Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!"

I don't comment much on our neighbor to the north, but congratulations to Justin Trudeau and Canada!

Hopefully America will take a cue from their neighbors and elect a liberal for president in 2016.

It is quite ironic Stephen Harper was booted out, is it because the curse has worked it's magic again?

Why does Tripp Johnston look so unhappy?

Recently Tripp went to Hawaii with Bristol, Trigg, and Piper, but looking at the pictures he doesn't appear to be thrilled:
According to some of the comments on IM Tripp asked why Levi and Sunny weren't coming and this was Bristol answer: "he's too busy playing redneck so he can keep his wife supplied with tacky fake eyelashes"

Bristol disparaging your child's father in front of him is child abuse.  You should be in jail.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

We need more pastors calling out Sarah Palin, not the other way around

From Raw Story

In a Christian documentary scheduled for release later this month, a pastor confronts the moral quagmire of a heavily pro-gun culture that is simultaneously pro-life.

The point is driven home by former GOP Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, who illuminates a rather strange version of a faith that many have characterized as pacifist and charitable — a version that has nevertheless come to dominate right wing Christianity in the United States.

The documentary, “The Armor of Light,” asks whether it’s possible to be both pro-gun and pro-life, according to the website Addicting Info. The film follows Rob Schenck, “an Evangelical minister trying to find the courage to preach about the growing toll of gun violence in America.”

In one scene, Sarah Palin tells a cheering National Rifle Association crowd not to waste ammunition on a warning shot.

In the clip, Palin warns about efforts to “strip away our Second Amendment rights.”

“When pastors, preachers, bible teachers, ignore these questions, it creates a vacuum,” Schenck says in a voice over. “And other voices fill that vacuum.”

At this point Palin goes into a disturbing tirade about shooting first and asking questions later.

“Speaking of which, Joe Biden, remember this, telling women before an assault just to fire a warning shot,” Palin tells the crowd. “Just aim up in the air, that was his directive…Gals, you know that nowadays, ammo is expensive. Don’t waste a bullet on a warning shot.”

Schenck says he wonders about the “ethical dimensions of having a constant, defensive posture.”

The video then cuts to Wayne La Pierre fear mongering about how many threats there are in the world, including “terrorists, home invaders, drug cartels, car jackers, knock-out gamers, rapers, haters, campus killers, airport killers, shopping mall killers.”

The clip ends with Schenck pointing out, “And the gun is almost an invitation to give in to the temptation of fear. And fear should not be a controlling element in the life of a Christian.”

You can watch a clip here:

I do know of a few pastors that do not like Sarah Palin at all.  But we 
need more of them to call her out.  Then perhaps Christianity wouldn't get such a bad rap.

And of course Hoohah had to get into a snit over it:

Preacher calling me out with his holier-than-thou condemnation for being both pro-Second Amendment and pro-life? I couldn't be prouder. And typically twisting context to fit his bizarre rant... er, "sermon?" Bring it on. Good job, shepherd. Don't think too many Americans will be led astray by you standing at the pulpit on this one.…/armor-of-light-one-sided-propagan…/

And she had to use her favorite prop as a human shield:

What Trig has to do with this I have no idea, but I do know one thing.  If he had been born/adopted into a more loving family, his life would have a lot more quality, and that is pro-life!

Tuesday's Trump Dump

From Politico

Donald Trump did not serve in the military, but according to a report, the Republican presidential candidate and multibillionaire business tycoon said in a forthcoming book that he still "always felt that I was in the military" because he attended a military boarding school and "dealt with those people."

According to an upcoming biography and interview excerpts shared with The New York Times, Trump said that his five years at the New York Military Academy provided him with "more training militarily than a lot of the guys that go into the military."

“After the Vietnam War, all those military academies lost ground because people really disrespected the military,” Trump told the author in an excerpt shared with the Times. “They weren’t sending their kids to military school. It was a whole different thing, but in those days — 1964 I graduated — that was a very good thing or tough thing, and it was a real way of life at military academy.”

The book, "Never Enough: Donald Trump and the Pursuit of Success," written by Michael D'Antonio, is set for a Sept. 22 release.

The Donald considering himself a military mom is like Sarah Palin being the mother of a combat vet.  In other words, it is a bunch of bullshit.

Monday, October 19, 2015

Sarah Palin actually acknowledged Bristol's birthday!

From Sarah's Fecebook page


It's Alaska Day! On this date in 1867 the USA received transfer of this abundantly rich territory, eventually becoming the 49th state in 1959. Thank you Abe Lincoln for hiring William Seward as Sec. of State, for it was he who nabbed Alaska from the Russians... for 2-cents an acre! We scored. THAT is the art of the deal.

And sweeter around here today, it's also Bristol's birthday so HAPPY, HAPPY BIRTHDAY BRISTOL! Check out her fantastic blog that keeps us all all informed:

We love you so very much!

- Mom. And the whole crew

So is Todd part of the whole crew?  Why not Mom, Dad, Track, Willow, Piper, Trig, and Tripp?

As far as the US getting the better end of the deal on the Alaska purchase, perhaps you should ask the Alaska natives how they feel about that.

Oh and this whole post is pretty rich coming from someone who addressed the AIP back in 2008 while WGE and is/was married to an AIP member.

Monday Meme

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Bristol IS NOW a quarter of a century old

Bristol turns 25 today.  What has she accomplished?

Two, possibly four babies out of wedlock (Trig/Ruffles, Tripp, DTWS baby, Cletus the Fetus)

Three broken engagements (Levi twice, Dakota Meyer)

A string of trial daddies (Ben, Gino, Joey, Dakota)

Drunken brawl

A Faux job that she shows up at once in a while

A cancelled reality show

Saturday, October 17, 2015

These two deserve each other

From FOX2Now

The Westboro Baptist Church plans on visiting the home of Kim Davis on Monday. Davis is the Kentucky clerk who spent six days in jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. The church says she is a “proud, self-righteous hypocrite” and an “adulterer.”

The church and Kim Davis both stand against gay marriage.

A portion of the church’s press release states:

That man that Kim Davis is living with, and calling her husband, IS NOT! Her husband is Dwain Wallace, who she married when she was 18-tears-old. It does not matter how many years you pile on! It was adultery at the beginning, adultery in the middle and it is indeed adultery today!

The church is known for protesting funerals and other notable events, its members holding signs with inflammatory inscriptions such as “God hates fags.”

Davis’ critics zero in on her personal life, wondering how she can take a stand against same-sex marriage when she’s been married four times, including twice to the same man. They argue it’s hard to make a case that you’re standing up for the sanctity of marriage after three divorces.

For Davis, the answer is simple. That was before she became an Apostolic Christian — a branch of the faith that follows a strict moral code. She says she’s a different person now. She had a religious conversion Davis became a Christian 4½ years ago and attends Solid Rock Apostolic Church in Moorhead, Kentucky. It’s that obedience, she said, that prevents her from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

A federal judge ordered Davis to jail in September over her refusal to issue marriage licenses with her name on them to same-sex couples in her county. Before being ordered to jail, Davis also refused to allow clerks in her office to issue licenses. She cited her biblical opposition to same-sex marriage.

Davis spent six days in jail for contempt of federal court. Since her release, Davis has allowed the licenses to be issued, but only with her name and title removed. Each license includes a statement saying it is issued “pursuant to a court order.”

The ACLU has filed a motion in federal court claiming Davis’ actions are interfering with the licenses in defiance of a federal order, possibly making them invalid.

The Westboro Baptist church tweets:

“Lord willing, we will visit Kim Davis on Monday with some friendly, Christianly advice/wisdom:”

It's really hard to decide who to root for here.

Sarah has awoken!

Remember yesterday when I asked where Sarah Palin was?  A few hours after my post this shows up on her Fecebook:


Obama destroys our own oil development and pipeline proposals (…/…/24/obama-keystone-veto/23879735/), and vows to bankrupt our American-made energy industry (…/hidden-audio-obama-tells-sf-chroni…), but is impotent against a crazy Muslim cult's crude wealth-generating oil infrastructure.

Memo to Obama: you could destroy ISIS in a heartbeat if you wanted to. These desert rats aren't running a covert oil operation - their rigs, pump stations, gathering centers, separation facilities, pipelines, value-added refineries, trucks and transportation corridors are right there under your nose. 

Bomb them. Let the United States Military do its job and kick ISIS ass... or pull out, like you promised. If you're having a hard time spotting the enemy's obvious funding source on the ground or in satellite images, I'm sure your trusty aides can help. Those same aides assisting you on the golf course with eagle eyes pointing you to your errant hit hundreds of yards off in the drink - surely they can pinpoint billowing oil facilities in the Islamic flatlands that are much larger than your tiny golf balls.

Physically and fiscally cut off the enemy's funding source. Levy uncompromising, impervious sanctions against any country or corporation doing any business whatsoever with jihadists. Manufacturers, service providers, etc. Anyone in bed with the enemy gets cut off. Got it?

Use your noggin, Obama. It doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure this out. Or maybe it does.

The silver lining in these "$1.5 million daily uninterrupted ISIS-oil trade" revelations is more proof you're barely limping along as the coalition "leader" in this fight for our security. You give even democrats one less reason to have to ask, "Whose side are you on?" Awakened Americans aren't just rolling over for your incompetence anymore; their arising is seen in presidential campaign polls reflecting disgust with the Washington establishment's complicity with your dysfunction. We want a true fighter for America at the helm. We need an outsider willing to go rogue against the perceived powers-that-be in order to regain our free nation's legitimate power.

Look around, Obama. There are strong manly leaders on the world stage whom you should try to emulate in your waning days in office. Benjamin Netanyahu is on top. Learn from him. Vladimir Putin is small-headed and wrong, but at least there's no question he puts his country first - and he can wrestle grizzly bears - so on that front, learn from him.

And of course, any one of our brave women and men in uniform today, and our honored vets who proudly wore the uniform yesterday, can teach you a thing or two about defeating the enemy so America can be great again.

Letting Muslim terrorists buy and sell oil to fund the destruction of innocents while you thwart 
American-made energy opportunities is sick and sinful. Wimpy hacks in your lap representing media won't call you out on this, so we will. We ask: from the most powerful office in the world, with the greatest military might wearing our red, white and blue, what are you doing to interrupt the terrorists' obvious funding source? What are you doing to destroy them before they destroy us?…/u-s-led-coalition-hasnt-interru…/

- Sarah Palin

This had to have been written by Sarah cuz of the sexual barbs at Obama.

Good lord she must have been hopped up on meth or something.  Sarah you should drug and Facebook at the same time.

Friday, October 16, 2015

Benghazi is a farce and we all knew it


Another Republican lawmaker says the House Select Committee on Benghazi is meant to go after former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Rep. Richard Hanna, R-New York, said Wednesday on New York's' WIBX 950, "Sometimes the biggest sin you can commit in D.C. is to tell the truth."

"This may not be politically correct, but I think that there was a big part of this investigation that was designed to go after people and an individual, Hillary Clinton," said Hanna, who is not a member of the committee. "After what Kevin McCarthy said, it's difficult to accept at least a part of it was not. I think that's the way Washington works. But you'd like to expect more from a committee that's spent millions of dollars and tons of time."

Clinton is scheduled to testify before the panel on October 22.

At the first Democratic debate on Tuesday night, Clinton slammed Republicans, telling the audience that the committee is "basically an arm of the Republican National Committee."

"It is a partisan vehicle, as admitted by the House Republican majority leader, Mr. McCarthy, to drive down my poll numbers. Big surprise. And that's what they have attempted to do," Clinton said, adding later, "But I'll be there. I'll answer their questions."

Brian Fallon, the Clinton campaign's press secretary, said Wednesday that Hanna's comment show that "House Republicans aren't even shy anymore about admitting that the Benghazi Committee is a partisan farce."

"Hillary Clinton will still attend next week's hearing," Fallon said, "but at this point, (Chairman) Trey Gowdy's inquiry has zero credibility left."

While McCarthy walked back his comments, Democrats quickly seized on his gaffe and it ultimately contributed to the derailing of McCarthy's brief speaker bid.

"Everybody thought Hillary Clinton was unbeatable, right?" McCarthy had said. "But we put together a Benghazi special committee, a select committee. What are her numbers today? Her numbers are dropping. Why? Because she's untrustable. But no one would have known any of that had happened had we not fought."

The comments also provided Clinton, her campaign aides and supporters with a tailor-made response to the political questions Clinton will face when she testifies.

t's not the first time Hanna has slammed what he perceives as Republican efforts to politicize certain issues. Hanna, who supports abortion rights, has also knocked conservative lawmakers' efforts to defund Planned Parenthood, calling votes to do so "political theater."

But at least one Republican lawmaker was quick to dismiss Hanna's comments.

"That's his opinion. I don't share that opinion," said Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, the chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, on CNN's "New Day."

Johnson said he believes Clinton's use of a private email server to conduct official business as secretary of state raise "very serious national security implications" and said "the concern is what national security secrets might be in the hands of our enemies."

Every Republican involved in this farce...John Boehner. Kevin McCarthy, Rand Paul etc. need to be brought up on treason and impeached.

Remember Republicans you went after Bill too hard and you lost seats and Newt Gingrich had to step down.

Where's Sarah?

She has been really quiet lately.  I thought she would open her maw about the Democratic presidential debates but she hasn't.

She still hasn't said anything about her latest bastard grandchild to be either.

Thursday, October 15, 2015

NFL week 6 picks

Week 6: October 14 - October 20
Atlanta at New Orleans 8:25 PM CBS/NFL Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Washington at NY Jets 1:00 PM FOX MetLife Stadium
Arizona at Pittsburgh 1:00 PM FOX Heinz Field
Kansas City at Minnesota 1:00 PM CBS TCF Bank Stadium
Cincinnati at Buffalo 1:00 PM CBS Ralph Wilson Stadium
Chicago at Detroit 1:00 PM FOX Ford Field
Denver at Cleveland 1:00 PM CBS FirstEnergy Stadium
Houston at Jacksonville 1:00 PM CBS EverBank Field
Miami at Tennessee 1:00 PM CBS LP Field
Carolina at Seattle 4:05 PM FOX CenturyLink Field
San Diego at Green Bay 4:25 PM CBS Lambeau Field
Baltimore at San Francisco 4:25 PM CBS Levi's Stadium
New England at Indianapolis 8:30 PM NBC Lucas Oil Stadium

NY Giants at Philadelphia 8:30 PM Lincoln Financial Field

Last weeks record 8-6

Season to date: 46-31

Bristol posting a baby bump every few weeks isn't going to make Dak the daddy

What is with Bristol wearing black in her baby bump pics?  Is she trying to pass herself off as Johnny Cash's daughter?  Johnny would have been a better father than Todd anyway.

This is her "7 and a half months" pic.  Who posts something like that?  Sorry Bristol posting weekly updates of her baby bump will not make Dakota Meyer the daddy.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Bristol Palin just doesn't know when to quit

From Brancy's blog

Everyone’s telling me to shut up about commenting on the issue in Washington State… (Click HERE for the background.) Do they not realize what is going on?

You have to get a parents approval to take aspirin or ibuprofen at school, you have to have your parents present to go tanning in a tanning bed, or get your eye brows waxed, or get your belly button or ears pierced. But girls as young as 10 – YES I SAID 10 – can get an IUD put in without their parents knowing???????

How is that NOT black and white to people?

I know I’m the last to talk about birth control.  (Two baby daddies right? LOLZ!)

But I am expecting a girl and do have a 14 year old sister and I would be so concerned for her going into a clinic and having something pretty serious put into her body.

I’m not against birth control by ANY MEANS so do not twist my words. But I am against the government going between a parent and a child at such a young age. THERE IS A BIG DAMN DIFFERENCE. 10-11-12 year olds don’t know what’s best for them.

Their parents do.

So anyone who’s saying I have “no place to talk” .. Let’s look at the issue – the important part of this entire blog post – why I brought it to your attention.

WE as parents know what’s best for our young daughters – NOT the government.

Bristol the only ten year olds that got birth control were physically and mentally disabled and were vulnerable  against sexual assault, which could cause an unwanted pregnancy.  Unwanted pregnancies are often aborted.  So this actually cuts down on the abortion rate, but you and Brancy are too stupid to know that.

Take Rosemary Kennedy.  She was mentally challenged growing up and by the time she hit her 20s she was a pretty young woman who men found attractive.  She also had taken to escaping from the convent she was getting care at to meet men, which alarmed her dad Joe Kennedy.  Even though the doctors and the AMA were against it, he arranged for her to undergo a lobotomy which was supposed to calm her and cut down on her behavior.

We all know what happened.  The lobotomy left Rosemary with the mental capacity of a four year old (which is the same mental age as Bristol and the rest of the family) and had to spend the rest of her life at St. Colletta's school for exceptional children in Wisconsin.  IF IUDs were available in 1941 you can be damned sure Joe would have had Rosemary get one, even if he was Catholic.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Tuesday's Trump Dump


WASHINGTON — Businessman Donald Trump held on to his frontrunner status in the crowded race for the Republican presidential nomination in a poll released Thursday showing retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson as his strongest challenger.

Trump received 26 percent and Carson 22 percent in a Fairleigh Dickinson University survey of registered Republicans. None of the other candidates was in double figures.

Gov. Chris Christie was in ninth place with 3 percent. That's the minimum he needs to average in order to sit at the main table in the Oct. 28 CNBC debate at the University of Colorado in Boulder.

"Among Republicans, this is clearly an outsider's game so far," said Krista Jenkins, a professor of political science and director of FDU's PublicMind. "The fact that Trump and Carson, two personalities who are better known for their business and medical acumen, are polling so well reflects the frustration that Republican voters seem to have toward the political system."

I still think The Donald will drop out after the first primary.  Nice to see Chris Christie in 9th.

Is The Donald wearing out his welcome?

When Donald J. Trump responded in July to criticism from one of his Republican rivals, Senator Lindsey Graham, by publicly releasing the South Carolina lawmaker’s cellphone number, the public and the press could not get enough of the jaw-dropping stunt.

But on Monday, when Mr. Trump sent a case of Trump brand bottled water to Senator Marco Rubio’s campaign office — poking fun at the Florida senator’s sweaty debate performance and penchant for chugging water — the prank fell notably flat.

While the cellphone gag earned 34,000 mentions in print, broadcast and social media that day, the Rubio water bottle gambit generated just 7,500 mentions — about one-fifth as many — during the same period, according to Zignal Labs, a San Francisco-based analytics company that tracks media.

“A good old Trump stunt just doesn’t generate the media attention that it used to, even on social media,” said Anthony York, an analyst at Zignal Labs.

Yes Bristol Palin you are an IDIOT!

From Brancy's blog

Yesterday was a normal day at work, overall I LOVE my job, I had just gotten back from a family vacation – I’m seven months pregnant – I cannot wait for my baby girl – Tripp has been such an angel lately and at such an enjoyable stage – my life is really falling into it’s own right now – and I really am happy – of course I had a smile on my face and an extra “pep to my step” .. I try to be as overly friendly as I can be at work, you never know what you’re going to run into during the day..
I took a patient back to an exam room, and set up for for a procedure the dr was about to do. (I promise I really do work a normal job, and have for a while.) I was making small talk with the patient while filing out notes… She asked how long I had been there. I told her around 6.5 years, but I had left for school, and done other short term “things” but always came back… She said she had never seen me there before. She goes on to say that she had heard “Bristol Palin had worked there,” and I just kind of laughed.  I didn’t say a word.  (I never do! DWTS/reality shows – that kind of stuff is so embarrassing for me!!!) Anyways, what was strange about this incident was that the patient continued. She then told me that, “it was a long time ago, when her mom was running. She didn’t work here long.” I still didn’t say a word.

She then tells me, “but Bristol Palin is such an idiot!”

I about died!!!!!!!!!!!!

I should’ve asked why she said that. 

I’m sure she would’ve said something like, “well she’s such a whore” .. That’s all people can revert back to, you know? 

All I said back was, “Well actually, I am Bristol Palin and I have worked here, and I think that’s pretty rude you would say something like that.” 

Her face went white!!!

Like I’m sure the biggest foot you could’ve ever put in your mouth just happened!!

I told her the dr. would be right in and closed the door. 

The patient ended up apologizing – and even sent flowers that same day! I know she felt terrible, and 

I know she had no reason to call me an idiot. 

I couldn’t believe it after it had all happened.. But the last day I’ve been sitting back and thinking about how screwed up our world can be. 

We have so many opinions of people we don’t even know.. We have so much hate coming from what we’ve heard or seen online. It’s unbelievable. This verse from today just so hit home to what had happened yesterday. 

God is the only one who can judge us.. And I know that sounds so cheesey, but I am serious.  
He’s the only one. 

So when moms are criticizing other moms about not being “organic enough” or not volunteering at the school enough.. Or girls criticizing other girls on how they dress, or how their eyebrows look, or guys criticizing guys about who knows -whatever guys criticize each other about .. It should all be like a foot in our mouth.. 

Life is too short to be so damn judgmental. 

It’s not fun to hear about yourself, or feel like you have to superficially impress the people who are around you. 

This verse in the book of Proverbs is right! 

Read the rest of the devotion here .. 
1Unfriendly people care only about themselves;
they lash out at common sense.
2Fools have no interest in understanding;
they only want to air their own opinions.
3Doing wrong leads to disgrace,
and scandalous behavior brings contempt.
4Wise words are like deep waters;
wisdom flows from the wise like a bubbling brook.
5It is not right to acquit the guilty
or deny justice to the innocent.
6Fools’ words get them into constant quarrels;
they are asking for a beating.
7The mouths of fools are their ruin;
they trap themselves with their lips.
8Rumors are dainty morsels
that sink deep into one’s heart.
9A lazy person is as bad as
someone who destroys things.
10The name of the LORD is a strong fortress;
the godly run to him and are safe.
11The rich think of their wealth as a strong defense;
they imagine it to be a high wall of safety.
12Haughtiness goes before destruction;
humility precedes honor.
13Spouting off before listening to the facts
is both shameful and foolish.
14The human spirit can endure a sick body,
but who can bear a crushed spirit?
15Intelligent people are always ready to learn.
Their ears are open for knowledge.
16Giving a gift can open doors;
it gives access to important people!
17The first to speak in court sounds right—
until the cross-examination begins.
18Flipping a coin*  can end arguments;
it settles disputes between powerful opponents.
19An offended friend is harder to win back than a fortified city.
Arguments separate friends like a gate locked with bars.
20Wise words satisfy like a good meal;
the right words bring satisfaction.
21The tongue can bring death or life;
those who love to talk will reap the consequences.
22The man who finds a wife finds a treasure,
and he receives favor from theLORD.
23The poor plead for mercy;
the rich answer with insults.
24There are “friends” who destroy each other,
but a real friend sticks closer than a brother.

Isn’t this so true? I need to read this same devotion everyday so I can be more like this. 

God is so good, and we all need to be reminded everyday that we are no better than one another.. “Humility proceeds honor” just like the verse says.  

I’ll be the first to say I have messed up in my life more than most 24 year olds – I have been completely humbled the last few months to say the least. But I am so thankful for God – and His doings, and the full circle he has brought me in during any sort of “struggle” I’ve faced. 

We are all sinners, and all have faults, but God still sees the good in us, and He still loves us. 
I know that’s reassuring to me, and I am thankful for his mercy towards us and a word to try and live by each day. 

P.S.  I do forgive that lady from work, I hope she does feel peace within, and I hope she feels a little bit different about judging next time

I don't believe this story ever happened, as everyone knows what Bristol looks like with her implanted chin.

And it's quite ironic Brancy paints Bristol as holier than thou on the blog yet you read Bristol's instagram and you get this:

country101txI really love the Palin fam but 100 bucks that this kid end up beat his girlfriend/wife. js
charweb31I thought he was Tripp Johnston???
bsmp2@country101tx go fk yourself

bsmp2And for real, creep @charweb31

If Bristol was a real Christian she would just delete the comment and block the user, like her mother does on her Fecebook.