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We’ve Heard Enough, Dude October 15, 2009

Posted by Bill in Politics.
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Now Levi Johnston, the most famous unwed father in America, has announced his plans to pose nude in Playboy. The young man is all over the place– appearing in an ad for Wonderful Pistacios and giving an exclusive interview to Vanity Fair Magazine in which he dishes all kinds of dirt about Sarah Palin, much to the glee of her detractors.

Let me first say that I have absolutely no love for Sarah Palin. Every time I think of how close we came to having her a heartbeat away from the presidency, chills run down my spine. However I don’t need to hear the sordid details of Johnston’s life with the family of the mother of his child.

In the much vaunted Vanity Fair interview, Johnston makes all kinds of allegations about Palin.

“I had assumed [Sarah Palin] she was going to go back to her job as governor, but a week or two after she got back she started talking about how nice it would be to quit and write a book or do a show and make “triple the money.” It was, to her, “not as hard.” She would blatantly say, “I want to just take this money and quit being governor.” ~ Vanity Fair

These are certainly juicy little tidbits for any Democrat to hear, but consider the source, folks. As the disgruntled ex of Palin’s daughter, Johnston cannot exactly be considered credible.

I’ve said it a gazillion times before– follow the money. Right now Johnston has a great deal to gain from trashing the Palins at every turn. Quite frankly, the Palin family doesn’t need his help- Sarah is quite capable of dragging herself through the muck simply by opening her mouth. I don’t need the father of her grandchild to tell me that she’s a not particularly intelligent, power hungry bimbette. In fact, I don’t need to hear anything at all from either one of them. Sadly for all of us, I don’t think either one of them is going to willingly give up the national spotlight anytime soon. They may start a whole new TV sensation– Mud Wrestling with the Palins. Now that might be a show I’d watch.



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