Don’t They Know That’s Bad Luck? Where Are The Advisors?

In the least-reported story of the last five and a half years, apparently Republican Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s 17-year-old daughter, Bristol, is pregnant. Out of wedlock! Good news, though: The young man who slipped one past the hockey mom’s kid’s goalie, Levi Johnson, is allegedly going to marry her, and totally made that decision all by himself and was not intimidated by the McCain campaign in the least. After all, if he weren’t entirely devoted, would he have done this?

Photo credit: Huffington Post

Yes, that’s Levi’s hand, and yes, it’s Bristol’s name. Huh. Better than biting it off, I guess.

Levi Johnson’s Tattoo: “Bristol” On Ring Finger [Huffington Post]

8 thoughts on “Don’t They Know That’s Bad Luck? Where Are The Advisors?

  1. I’m not sure what I think about this now…

    Now I’m curious: why didn’t they get matching ring finger tattoos?

    Is he the only one allowed to get a tattoo because he doesn’t have any blood ties to politicians in the GOP?

  2. I’m not a huge fan of the republicans,
    but I must say I think that’s terribly cute. I know everyone is always like “ohmagod, your gonna break up now! idiot!”

    but whatever, the fact that everyone says that and he still got it shows commitment to me, I have a friend with her boyfriend’s name tattooed on her finger, and they have a child together and another one coming and have been together for about 7 years so I think the whole stigma is kinda out of touch with everyone…except celebrities.

    but we’ll see.

  3. i love it.

    not the tat, or the couple, pregnant teen or her mother.

    but that my damn governor managed to make this public and let her future son in law land a post on BME.

    friggen great.

    at least i have already had a chance not to vote for her.
    (sadly, a proud Alaskan)

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