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Wait Until You Hear What Bristol Palin Has to Say About Those Criticizing Her Pregnancy


Bristol Palin, who recently announced that she was pregnant for a second time, tore into her detractors in a new post this weekend calling them “giddy a**holes.”

In revealing her pregnancy, Palin made some waves when she said her family would likely consider the news a “huge disappointment.”

But she made it clear in her new post that this was more about, as many families have faced in their lives, not having the ideal circumstances leading up to the news of a coming child. It was never about being disappointed in bringing that child into God’s world.

Palin, in a post titled My Little Blessing, wrote:

So here are the things you should all get straight before you continue to mock me, judge me, and talk about me. 

None of us are perfect. 

I made a mistake, but it’s not the mistake all these giddy a$$holes have loved to assume.

This pregnancy was actually planned.

Everyone knows I wanted more kids, to have a bigger family. Believing I was heading that way, I got ahead of myself. Things didn’t go as planned, but life keeps going. Life moves on. 

Palin added that she “do(es) not regret this baby” and she “cannot wait to be a mom times two.”

She also clarified that no matter what circumstances life might bring, she has “never even thought of aborting this child.”

Bad news for the pro-abortion media that has been trying to cite her pregnancy as an argument for their cause. But then, the media are just a bunch of “giddy a**holes” too.

Comment – What do you think of Bristol Palin’s announcement and response to her detractors?




  1. Well MISS Phalin (notice the miss not mrs) I might be a (“giddy a**holes.”) but your a Fing Whore who can’t keep her legs shut or the same man as fathers to your children !

  2. Ray says:

    All I have to say is that civilization as we knew it, has gone down the tube. Since women were given more rights, they now think that everything is ok for them to do., even have kids before they mature and have enough brains to make a rational decision.