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September 01, 2008
How to handle a family crisis

So Palin's daughter is preggers. While this isn't something most people are glad to hear, they way it's being handled by the Palin family seems exactly right.

"Our beautiful daughter Bristol came to us with news that as parents we knew would make her grow up faster than we had ever planned. As Bristol faces the responsibilities of adulthood, she knows she has our unconditional love and support," the Palins said.
Compare that to Obama's answer to a hypothetically similar situation:
Look, I got two daughters — 9 years old and 6 years old," he said. "I am going to teach them first about values and morals, but if they make a mistake, I don't want them punished with a baby.
"Punished." That speaks volumes. He ought to be grateful his own mother didn't feel having him was a punishment.

About this kid who knocked up Palin's daughter, consider: she's the governor's daughter; her dad is as tough as men come. Fooling around with their daughter would have to have been an extreme act either of foolishness or dedication.

Either way, that boy must have brass cojones the size of Joe Biden's head.

And the child of such a union... I'll bet a dollar he ends up being named Kal-El.

Posted by Russ at 02:36 PM, September 1, 2008 in Politics

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It just makes me ill the way the media keeps harping about this.
You know, if Bristol, at age 17, had committed a crime the media would keep her name private to protect her privacy. Isn't that just the biggest bunch of bull there is? I feel sorry for the girl, she's going to have to grow up awfully fast.

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