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Sarah Palin Needs To STFU About "Anonymous" Bloggers

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The fullEsquire Sarah Palin interview is now out (you know, the one where she continues to unload on bloggers?). Can this woman just stop it with the sympathy ploys and bitching about bloggers already?

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Because, you know what? I, for one, agreed with her way back in the day that the stupid attacks about Trig's supposed parentage were stupid, untrue, unwarranted and needed to stop. In fact, I did it under my own name — not anonymously — and the one blogger who continued to question it (Andrew Sullivan) isn't anonymous either. Plus, the best way to get people to shut the fuck up about something? Quit fucking talking about it. By continuing to flog the fact that "anonymous" (leftie) bloggers were mean to her, she's just trying to garner sympathy and play to her base. In fact, that's one of the reasons I told everyone to shut the fuck up about it months ago!

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Anyway, then there's this part:

This is what I've been telling Bristol, before she gets married, is, Bristol, there are definitely gonna be tough parts in marriage. You have to look at those tough times and remember that you have essentially a business contract with this person. You've signed an agreement: You're going to be together.

Wow, what a lovely view of a traditional marriage that is. It's a business contract! No wonder she wants to keep gay people from having it. Thanks, but no thanks, lady. Shut the fuck up.

Sarah Palin: What I've Learned [Esquire]

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Bristol must be so grateful she has such a caring mother to give her business advice - mine does too! She has said if I get married A) before I'm 25 and B) before I have earned enough money to buy my own house, she'll never speak to me again.

Seems Sarah Palin and Glittermum have more in common than I realized. Or maybe not.