This poll was generated randomly by selecting words from Babbitt by Sinclair Lewis.

Alaska Governor Sarah Palin goes from Republican MILF to GILF in one pregnant push by daughter Bristol. The now 18-year-old moderately scandalized her mother who ran on the McCain ticket as VP.

The bebe finally arrived this week weighing in at a healthy 7 pounds 4 ounces.

The baby’s daddy is Levi Johnston, also 18, a former high school hockey player. Johnston is planning to be an electrician. Bristol plans to get her GED.


17 thoughts on “Granny Palin’s Little Bundle of Redneck

  1. Oh, bob. You seriously ought to consider a vacation in Bristol. Just fly your Piper on over. Rest under a willow after a run around the track. Do some trig for shits and giggles.

  2. “Do some trig for shits and giggles.”

    I really don’t understand what you’re implying here. Are you trying to ridicule a down syndrome child? I hope for your own sake that I am wrong. I just find it sad that feminists continue to ridicule a very attractive woman that is the successful governor of Alaska, was nominated for VP of the United States and all the while managed to have a happy marriage, with a loving husband and children.

  3. Oh, yes, I’m making fun of Down’s babies. I’d just had a recreational abortion, and thought, gee, how else can I offend babydom.

    ::Are you fucking kidding me????::

    What are you, Bob? 14? You haven’t had pre-calculus yet. Lemme ‘splain. Pre Cal is Trig. Sarah Palin named her baby after a mathematical branch that deals in triangles.

    But maybe the humor in that is lost on a person named after a guy with no arms or legs floating in a swimming pool.

  4. Trig is a Norse word meaning “true” and “brave victory.” It’s also a family name, the name is in honor of his great uncle, a Bristol Bay fisherman, while the name Paxson comes from the well-known snowmobiling area in Alaska.

  5. Put the Baby Name book down, and step away from the computer. You’re just mad cuz your MILF is a GILF. I’d have the willies, too.

    …let me add, Bob; you’re so close to becoming too tedious to deal with

  6. Crank got my vote.

    I really would like to know how Sarah Palin supporters can take one look at that Katie Couric interview and tell the world with a straight face Palin was a worthy candidate.

    writechic: May I say you look even more handsome, Ian, defending my silly honor.

  7. I liked Crank, too …
    I bet Bristol would have liked some of Granny Johnston’s homemade ‘help’ during that delivery …

  8. I thought Lord might have been apropos…given these folks wag their tongues for Jesus. 😉

    …Though I have to concede “Crank” would have honored the penchant for drugging up on the Johnston side of the family.

  9. It must be nice to snidely quip from an anonymous perch, never having to face someone nor tread in civilized society. How immature the sound if these comments were voiced aloud. Blogging is the coward’s way of sticking out one’s tongue to a blind person while all the shallow acquaintances stand around amused at such bravery.

    Get a grip people, find something worthwhile to spew on – like why do most people have family lives that wouldn’t hold up to some other constituency’s scrutiny and ridicule?

    Spill it, we can all pile on with our contempt!

    • > “Blogging is the coward’s way of sticking out one’s tongue to a blind person while all the shallow acquaintances stand around amused at such bravery.”

      Just for the record, is “wearyofsimpletons” your first name or last? John Q. Wearyofsimpletons? Wearyofsimpletons Smith?

      Just askin’. 🙂

      And now, back to waiting for SP’s no-doubt riveting response to the Star’s allegations about the transitory-ness of young love.

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