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Wasilla Shore, cont.

November 17th, 2010

Want to see another episode of Palin’s Alaska? I mean the real Palin’s Alaska? Just read through this facebook comment war that apparently involves both Willow and Bristol Palin acting like the “proper” young ladies they are:

During the premiere of “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” Sunday night — a boy named Tre who went to school with the Palin kids wrote a status update that read, “Sarah Palin’s Alaska, is failing so hard right now.”

The comment sparked an intense response from Willow — who replied on the boy’s wall, “Haha your so gay. I have no idea who you are, But what I’ve seen pictures of, your disgusting … My sister had a kid and is still hot.”

Willow followed up that comment with another that read, “Tre stfu. Your such a f**got.”

Bristol Palin also got in on the smacktalk — writing a message to Tre saying, “You’re running your mouth just to talk sh*t.”

Eventually, a message board war erupted — and Bristol took aim at another person named Jon — saying, “You’ll be as successful as my baby daddy, And actually I do work my ass off. I’ve been a single mom for the last two years.”
Of course, anything that comes from gossip sites like TMZ should be taken with a grain of salt, even though it would be hard to fake this episode. Even still, the sympathetic conservative blogosphere is taken aback by the exchange as well and offering some cautionary admonitions to the Wasilla Shore debutantes:
First of all, let me just note that even if Willow and Bristol talk like that in private, they shouldn’t be using that kind of language in public, particularly on Facebook, where it’s out there in print for the world to see. That’s advice I’d give to anyone, by the way. I’d also add that it’s wise not to use that sort of language in private either — and I can tell you that from personal experience.
As someone with two young daughters myself, one of whom is on the cusp of teenager-hood, I’d add that it’s not just the profane language that’s a problem, but the downright Jerry Springer-esque trashiness of the whole attitude behind the exchange. And though these immature young girls are responsible for themselves, I do have to say that kids don’t just pick this up and internalize this kind of behavior without an implicit tolerance from the parentals. As the saying goes, “the apples fall not far from the tree.” It is a reflection not only on who they are themselves, but on the whole community and family structure that has supported them and nurtured them.

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