Now that Duck Dynasty’s patriarch Phil Robertson has caused quite the commotion with his recent GQ comments, former famous for nothing do-gooder Bristol Palin has something to say. Of course she does. She’s mostly famous for hypocritically telling teenagers not to get knocked up after getting knocked up as a teenager herself.
Bristol took to her official website to offer up her two cents on the situation:
Everyone needs to leave Phil Robertson alone for expressing his beliefs. I think it’s so hypocritical how the LGBT community expects every single flippen person to agree with their life style. This flies in the face of what makes America great – people can have their own beliefs and own opinions and their own ways of life.
Everyone needs to treat others like God would, with love.
It goes both ways.
I hate how the LGBT community says it’s all about “love” and “equality.” However, if you don’t agree with their lifestyle, they spread the most hate. It is so hypocritical it makes my stomach turn. They need to learn how to respect others’ opinions and not just jump to the conclusion that everyone who doesn’t support homosexuality and gay marriage is homophobic.
They take the easy way out every time anyone speaks out about their beliefs on the Bible.
If I were Duck Dynasty, I would take my show to another channel.
So much disrespect.
She’s such a tool, isn’t she? Weigh in with your comments below. For the record, A&E was within their rights to fire their employee for something that they didn’t agree with. Be not mistaken, though, they did know his opinions on matters such as these before putting him in front of a camera.
Right after last night’s elimination on “Dancing With The Stars”, it was said that Bristol Palin refused to address the media with regard to her getting the axe from the dancing competition. Surprising? Not really.
On Monday night’s performance episode of the show, Bristol and her professional dance partner Mark Ballas scored 32 points out of 40, making them the second from the bottom on the leaderboard. They shared the bottom two positions with Kirstie Alley and Maksim Chmerkovskiy, but were eliminated from the competition.
Usually, after an elimination, the axed parties have some words of wisdom about their time on the show, but not Bristol. Mark spoke to the press afterward, saying, “She’s preparing for the schedule that lays ahead. It’s tough man. I’m sure it’s alarming. I’m just really proud of her. For someone like that with zero entertainment experience, she didn’t go down without a fight.”
With regard to how she has changed since their first season together, he said, “Definitely more vocal about what she wants and how she wants to approach things. I really tried my best here. There’s not much more I could have done.”
Aside from their little argument last week, he said that they got along really well. He also commented on who he thinks will take home the Mirror Ball trophy…Shawn Johnson and Derek Hough. What do you think? Is that an accurate prediction given their performances during the All-Stars season?
On Tuesday night, former *NSync star Joey Fatone and his professional dance partner Kym Johnson were eliminated from the competition on “Dancing With The Stars”. It came as a shock to fans that Bristol Palin was saved from being sent home. Apparently the elimination came as a shock to Bristol, as well.
Bristol and her pro dance partner Mark Ballas scored the lowest on the leaderboard, but were saved from being sent packing on the show’s second elimination of the season. After Joey was sent home, Bristol said, “I was kind of shocked ’cause we did have the lowest scores…definitely not a judge favorite, but I’m working on it.”
Joey also commented on his exit for the second time, saying, “It’s a dance competition. You take it for what it’s worth. You have fun with it. If you don’t do good, ya get kicked off. You move off to the next project.”
Their fellow competitor Kirstie Alley spoke of next week’s double elimination, adding, “I don’t want to kill my own joy by being so nervous and so serious about it. This is an entertainment show so I’m here to entertain!”
In an interesting turn of events, Bristol Palin’s ex-boyfriend Levi Johnston was allowed to procreate once more. He has a son with Bristol and his girlfriend Sunny Oglesby has just given birth to their daughter Breeze Beretta Johnston. He’s like the K-Fed of the political world. Roll the stupidity, “Us Weekly”:
In April, Johnston and Oglesby sat down for a chat with Inside Edition, during which he admitted the pregnancy was “unplanned.”
“There was a time we went to the cabin and forgot the birth control pills, and a month later we found out we were having a baby,” he explained of Sunny, a 20-year-old teacher who resides in his hometown of Wasilla, Alaska.
Does this guy not know where babies come from? This makes us weep for future generations.
Remember how we told you how much Bristol Palin sucks as a parent? Well, apparently the news has filtered back to whatever hole Levi Johnston has been residing in and now he’s mad. Either that or he just wants the media attention for appearing to be mad.
In Bristol’s reality show “Life’s A Tripp”, her son was heard dropping the F-bomb to her sister Willow. Everybody and their uncle thought it was a gay slur, but Bristol denied that, saying that it was the “other f-bomb”. Now, Levi is creeping out of the woodwork to try to seek full custody of Tripp. TMZ reports:
Now, Levi’s had enough — telling TMZ, he’s been watching the show and is “disgusted” by his son’s language and behavior. Levi says his son is on a “downward spiral” and getting “no real parenting.”
Levi tells us, Tripp “deserves a better family” than what Bristol and the rest of the Palins are providing — adding, “I love my son more than anything .. and I will do whatever it takes to make sure he is raised the right way.”
To ensure that happens, Levi dropped by the courthouse in Wasilla, Alaska this week to pick up all the necessary paperwork to obtain full custody of Tripp — and he plans to file it ASAP.
It’s going to be a war of the douchebags and we can’t wait. Who do you think will win this fight?