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‘This Pregnancy Was Actually Planned’ ➠ Bristol Palin Fires Back At ‘Giddy A$$holes’

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Sarah Palin’s daughter Bristol can dish it out as well as she can take it, calling her left-wing critics “giddy assholes” after she announced she was pregnant with her second child.

Palin, 24, posted on her blog that she was pregnant on June 25, just five weeks after suddenly canceling her wedding plans with Marine Sgt. and Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer. The couple has told friends Meyer is the father of the unborn child, according to RADAR online.

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After many maligning posts from the left, she answered her critics on Sunday.

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 reminded her readers that she’s not 17 anymore, as she was when her mother ran for vice president, and that she’s been employed for six years, owns a home, and has “a well-rounded, beautiful son.”

She went on to explain that she never even considered aborting her child under any circumstance.

Sorry to the ghouls at Gawker,” she wrote, blasting her obsessed detractors, “who said this baby is an argument FOR abortion. Not happening.”

HT: Allen West Republic

 

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