Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Knocked Up!! GOP Style

It's no secret by now that Bristol Palin, the daughter of McCain's presumptive running mate, is preggers. Yep, she's knocked the "family" way...expecting.

I think it's ironic to find out that McCain has opposed funding for teen-pregnancy prevention programs. Palin ALSO has said that she would NOT support sex-education programs in schools. "The explicit sex-ed programs will not find my support," she wrote in a 2006 questionnaire distributed among gubernatorial candidates.

WTF! I don't understand this concept. The conservative base is applauding the Palin family for her daughter keeping the baby. She is even marrying the father. The problem is, most of this is probably not her choice!! Mommy dearest more than likely sat down with her and had a "you-know-what's-expected-of-you" conversation. Why are these people so hell bent on pro-life that they can't focus teens NOT GETTING PREGNANT in THE FIRST PLACE!?!?!?
What's their argument?
It's okay because the mother of Jesus was a young mother who married Joseph after conceiving... SHE WAS THE MOTHER OF GOD!!!! She was blessed among women!!!

I haven't heard Bristol singing "Magnificat". She's probably scared out of her wits, not proclaiming the greatness of the Lord!

Why do these people push their agendas so heavily that they can't
see the affect it has on people around them?
Giving the benefit of the doubt, Sarah Palin probably believes in this with all her heart and there may be nothing political attached to it... Even so, I find the situation pretty morbid.

Barack is no doubt talking to Michelle about birth control for his girls.
And somewhere, Bristol Palin's dad is regretting
letting her watch Juno...
I'm just saying...

Speaking of movies, wouldn't it be awesome if Bristol "Preggers" Palin, Solange Knowles, and Jamie-Lynn Spears starred in the sequel to the smash hit comedy Knocked Up?

I see box office records being broken if that film was ever released. Gotta love teen pregnancy!

Teen girls...compose yourself... better... Thanks

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