Many of us have sat, head hung low, as we’ve gotten a phone call from school because our little angel was being less than angelic. We tell ourselves that this is a teaching moment. We explain that of course, we don’t condone their actions, and this won’t happen again. We urge our progeny to fess up, to accept the consequences of their actions, and to make amends to the aggrieved party.
Two weeks after the birthday party in Anchorage which resulted in the Palin family’s enthusiastic participation in a giant fist fight, Sarah Palin has finally done what any contrite mother would do after an unruly child punches a guy in the face. She defended the aggravated assault on Facebook.
“I love my Bristol! My straight-shooter is one of the strongest young women you’ll ever meet.”
That’s right. Strong women punch dudes in the face. That’s what makes them strong. “Hurrrrrrr!” And to prove she’s a “straight shooter” the post includes a picture of Bristol firing a rifle. I suppose we should be glad she didn’t lug it to the party. You know, just in case.
“I have to say this as a proud mama: right up there with their work ethic and heart for those less fortunate, my kids’ defense of family makes my heart soar!”
Face punching = soaring heart! Right moms and dads? And the less fortunate do not include the likes of that audacious guy who asked the brawlers to leave his party. Asking the Palins to leave his house? Clearly a threat. Don’t take that crap. Rise to the defense of your family, and stand your ground, I say. Stand it!
“As you can imagine, they and my extended family have experienced so many things (liberal media-driven) that may have crushed others without a strong foundation of faith, and I’m thankful for our friends’ prayer shield that surrounds them, allowing faith to remain their anchor. Thank you, prayer warriors! I love you!”
Leave it to the liberal media to make this a “bad” thing. Without Jesus on her side, a lesser woman might have been driven to do something like… I dunno… punch a guy in the face.
Turning the other cheek is so 2000 years ago. That other guy has a cheek too, so pummel it. Pummel it good! Not once, not twice… Just keep going ’til you can’t go no more. It shows initiative, and work ethic, and family values. Who would Jesus punch in the face? THAT guy. Totally.
And thank God (literally) for that prayer forcefield. Stuff just bounces right off that thing like Teflon – accountability, lawsuits, the need to apologize, the truth. All that crap. Do your worst, liberal haters!
Pew pew pew! Peeew!
After mama grizzly’s stirring defense of the assailant, she asks us to “See this from Bristol.”
We click to find these stirring words from the penitent herself:
Aw… so sad.
I just read an article on Yahoo’s front page about my family.
According to some random reporter, my parents are getting divorced…
I find something new about my family every day!
(Of course, the article and most of what the media reports about our family is complete garbage.)
(If you’ve been inspired by Bristol’s strength and sticktoitiveness, and the Palin family’s defense of values, you can pay them homage with a T-shirt – the Bristol Palin Boxing Academy design, or the classic stick figure melee. Click HERE)