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Macfistowannabe 07-11-2009 03:54 PM

His opinions seem to be entirely based on a bitter break up.

Levi Johnston calls Sarah Palin 'snobby,' says his family is not 'white trash' on CBS' 'Early Show'
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The father of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's first grandchild slammed the vanquished vice presidential candidate for snobby behavior, declaring the biggest misconception about him is "my family's white trash."

In an exclusive interview on CBS' "The Early Show," hunky baby daddy Levi Johnston said Wednesday that he's heart-broken over the end of his engagement with Palin's daughter, Bristol. He also accused the governor and her family of lying.
I'll look elsewhere than his drivel.

Macfistowannabe 07-11-2009 04:03 PM

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Originally Posted by BVS (Post 6247006)
Um, it takes two and how do you know that HE left a child behind?

He obviously isn't raising him.

He may have backed down from child support.

Also...

On Levi
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"I'm not here to talk about my personal life," Palin told Lauer, though she did say, with no further explanation, even when asked for it, "I'd love Levi to be part of [Tripp's] life."

She had the nearly exact same words for Cuomo, too, saying, "I'd love Levi to be a part of [Tripp's] life, and I know he will be. Every child needs a father."
What does that indicate?

BVS 07-11-2009 04:07 PM

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Originally Posted by Macfistowannabe (Post 6247047)
seem to be

Or it could be you own bias :shrug:

Maybe time will tell.

BVS 07-11-2009 04:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Macfistowannabe (Post 6247103)
What does that indicate?


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and I know he will be
That he hasn't left anyone behind.

Macfistowannabe 07-11-2009 04:09 PM

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Originally Posted by BVS (Post 6247124)
Or it could be you own bias :shrug:

Maybe time will tell.

I admit my biases.

That's why I word my observations as such.

Macfistowannabe 07-11-2009 04:10 PM

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and I know he will be
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Originally Posted by BVS (Post 6247130)
That he hasn't left anyone behind.

So far, time hasn't told a whole lot.

All it indicates to me is wishful thinking.

BVS 07-11-2009 04:53 PM

So now you are not so sure that he has "left a child behind"? Maybe you shouldn't be so quick to judge.

Macfistowannabe 07-11-2009 05:23 PM

I'm not so quick to judge in favor of his credibility... :sexywink:

BVS 07-11-2009 05:26 PM

I'm not so quick to judge either way...:shrug:

Macfistowannabe 07-11-2009 05:59 PM

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Originally Posted by BVS (Post 6247588)
I'm not so quick to judge either way...:shrug:

Rational people can speculate that Levi is a useful distraction.

I'm suprised they haven't been using Peggy Noonan and Kathleen Parker as well.

Did I just give you guys an idea?

:reject::doh:

BVS 07-11-2009 06:15 PM

Distraction from what? I think Palin does a pretty good job herself of creating enough entertainment for us...

Macfistowannabe 07-11-2009 06:18 PM

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Originally Posted by BVS (Post 6247644)
Distraction from what? I think Palin does a pretty good job herself of creating enough entertainment for us...

The more people they can use as a weapon against popular conservatives, the better.

Basic political mechanics.

BTW, read the [s]hitpieces by Parker and Noonan.

That is, if the left welcomes late converts. :sexywink:

BVS 07-11-2009 06:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Macfistowannabe (Post 6247647)
The more people they can use as a weapon against popular conservatives, the better.

I think the mouthpieces are doing a fine job on their own. We just have to sit back and watch...:lol: I think everytime Hannity, Rush, or Beck are exposed outside of their wack squad the better. Every time Palin speaks or acts I think she loses another follower, so from my standpoint this is great!!!



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Originally Posted by Macfistowannabe (Post 6247647)
BTW, read the [s]hitpieces by Parker and Noonan.

That is, if the left welcomes late converts. :sexywink:

Any links?

Macfistowannabe 07-11-2009 06:37 PM

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Originally Posted by BVS (Post 6247658)
Any links?

Some good lefty bile...

A Farewell to Harms - WSJ.com

Kathleen Parker : A League of Her Own - Townhall.com

Macfistowannabe 07-11-2009 06:38 PM

They're either working for Obama or they're perfect for the job.

BVS 07-11-2009 07:01 PM

You sound bitter. Does it hurt more when the truth comes from your own side? What specifics did you have issue with?

I actually think this is a good thing. Maybe you need to hear it from your own side so that you can get a feel of why we don't like her. Some of you've been told by Rush and the like that we don't like her because we're scared she's a threat or that we're jealous, and you've bought it hook line and sinker. Well Kathleen didn't see her as a threat, nor was she jealous, she saw her for what she was bad for our country.

Macfistowannabe 07-11-2009 07:35 PM

I've found Ann Coulter and Bill Kristol's columns equally ridiculous.

They're touting her resignation as a stroke of genius.

VintagePunk 07-11-2009 07:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Macfistowannabe (Post 6247671)
They're either working for Obama or they're perfect for the job.


...or, they genuinely feel that she's not a good candidate.

The Republican party is in trouble. The last thing they need is a folksy-talking, no-substance candidate. Frankly, it amazes me that every conservative can't see this, but I applaud the ones that can get past their partisanship and do see it.

BVS 07-11-2009 07:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Macfistowannabe (Post 6247697)
I've found Ann Coulter and Bill Kristol's columns equally ridiculous.

This is the case 100% of the time though...:shrug:

financeguy 07-11-2009 07:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Macfistowannabe (Post 6247671)
They're either working for Obama or they're perfect for the job.


Conservatism should be a broad church, I view it as positive that there is a lot more dissent among conservatives now than in the Bush years.

I like Palin, but I doubt whether she is up to the POTUS role - though granted, there is a lot of hypocrisy in liberals' claims that her executive experience is valueless while forgetting Clinton's gubernatorial experience was also earned in a small state.

Hmm, one thing Palin has in common with Clinton is rumours about financial misdealings.


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