Yes. Really. I do not believe this is going to do much to reform the image of Muslims.
Who knows, though? Maybe he anesthetized her first or something, rather than just hacking her head off like the Islamo-perverts do in Iraq.
And, on the heels of the tale of Alfie Patten, the 13-year-old Brit father of a baby girl, we have Bristol Palin borrowing from Mommy’s limelight to articulate* on being an unwed teenage mother as well:
“It’s just, like, I’m not living for myself anymore. It’s, like, for another person, so it’s different,” Bristol Palin told Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren. “And just you’re up all night. And it’s not glamorous at all,” she said. “Like, your whole priorities change after having a baby.”
Yes, the foregoing rich broth of insight is an actual quote. The rest of her blather is every bit as tolerable. I was all like, OMG, I’m like pregnant? And like, Mom, she like, was all gaaah, and I was all like yeah I know, but like we decided to like, you know, go ahead with it.
The best option is abstinence, the teen said, but added that she didn’t think that was “realistic.”
She’s right, of course. But then, it seems using contraception is equally unrealistic to her. I have the sad, sinking feeling that Levi Johnston (the father) is actually the brightest contributor to that particular genetic mashup.
* This is an example of using what writers call irony.
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