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Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Why I don't think Dakota Meyer would make a good father


I don't necessarily support Dakota Meyer if he is the father of Sailor, I only support getting the truth out about her paternity.

Dakota Meyer is an alcoholic, suffers from PTSD, is a Republican, a liar, and makes bad choices when it comes to women.

He is also an ammosexual who lays guns all over the house.  His home is not fit for children and I breathed a sigh of relief when Tripp was moved out of there.  Tripp is lucky he got out of there alive.

Bristol has proven not to be a good mother, her disparaging of Levi in front of Tripp, lying, going from one trial daddy to another, drinking, drugs, and being in the Palin family disqualifies her.

The best thing for Sailor is to put her up for adoption to a loving and much more stable family.    There I said it.  Aren't the pro-lifers insisting adoption is the best thing for an unwed mother?

12 comments:

  1. Absolutely. I have no more words.

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  2. Totally agree. Gotta link to this shocking photo, also, too: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3004156/Bristol-Palin-s-fiance-Dakota-Meyer-pictured-playing-toddler-gun-sits-former-Marine-joking-s-just-roll.html

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  3. Would it do any good to call Kentucky child services?

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  4. What you said. Exactly what you said. I researched this doosh before I decided that poor little Sailor was better off with Bristle. It made my stomach hurt to say that anybody was better off with Bristle. But in this case-she's better off with Bristle. They just need to pick up all the guns at Granny's house. After what we learned in Track's arrest papers, it might be a good idea to call Alaska child services.

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    1. They both suck. And Sailor's real daddy probably sucks, too.

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    2. Somehow, I don't think that she would be worse off with DakotAh! At least he seems to have some caring relatives who could and most likely would intervene on her behalf. All she has on Bar$Tool's side is a bunch of low-IQ drunkards who have never had a real job in their lives and only think they are 'the gift of god' and entitled to riches beyond the average person's imagination.
      Dakota's parents seem to be 'old school', and definitely more 'down-to-earth'.

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  5. Dakota is very immature; the flag jammies and bottle of whiskey proves that. However, he has more maturity than any of the Palins. However, I'm wondering how I missed the proof he is an alcoholic, or was that just a gratuitous slam?

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    1. Dakota wrote about his alcohol problems in his "auto"biography. I don't know if he's officially an "alcoholic."

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    2. Those 'flag jammies' look like they were a gag gift - maybe from one of his former girlfriends?

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  6. The crazy just keeps flowing from anything palin. These charltons need intervention from child protection services. How can anyone look at the behavior and not feel genuine alarm for any child residing in the palin home?! I'm fed up with these trailer trash fools. Let them destroy each other - whatever - but those multiple children spawned by Brissypants shouldn't be harmed in the process. Something bad is heading that way and we can't deny the probability as things escalate in that sick household.

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  7. At least he doesn't come from a dysfunctional family where they get drunk and punch people like the Pay-lins. Any news about the DNA results?

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  8. I think it's important to dispel the myth that CPS removes children from homes for these types of reasons. I worked as a CASA (court appointed special advocate) for children for several years. Families can have multiple reports of harm and negligence and nothing is ever done. Case files can sometimes be inches thick. It has to rise to a high level of negligence or abuse for a child to be removed from a home. Parents don't need to be good, they only need to be marginally adequate.

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