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Sarah Palin Invites Levi Johnston Over For Thanksgiving

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You’d think that if your daughter’s baby daddy was showing his junk for money in Playgirl and shit-talking you on national television while disclosing family secrets, you probably wouldn’t want to sit around a table with him talking about how moist this year’s turkey is, but that Sarah Palin just won’t be put in a mold!

In an interview with Oprah that’s due to air on November 16th, Palin said she’d be more than happy to have Levi Johnston at her Thanksgiving table. “It’s lovely to think that he would ever even consider such a thing… He is a part of the family and you want to bring him in the fold and kind of under your wing. And he needs that, too, Oprah. I think he needs to know that he is loved and he has the most beautiful child and this can all work out for good.”

It’s pretty clear that Palin’s not under the impression that this would ever happen, but at least publicly she’s pretending that there’s a chance they have a salvageable relationship. “We don’t have to keep going down this road of controversy and drama all the time. We’re not really into the drama. We don’t really like that. We’re more productive. We have other things to concentrate on.” Yeah, like a potential custody battle, rumors of divorce and making sure your book winds up on the best seller list, Sarah.

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  • When Sarah opens her mouth only lies come out. I don’t believe a word she says. When it comes to Levi she is just in CYA mode. Like Mom didn’t know they were having sex. BAWAAAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

  • shes just saying this so that he’ll decline and she can say to the media and to a custody court that they reached out and he wanted nothing to do with his son. shes a sick woman. sickly sweet throughout this interview wasnt she?

  • “you want to bring him in the fold and kind of under your wing.”

    Translation: Lock him in the basement so he can never give another interview.

  • You fuckers just hate her, irregardless of what she says or does. You have no clue as to what may have been said amongst those people. I can hear that Levi faggot now, bitching on T.V next month that he wanted to see his son on Thanksgiving and Sarah told him to go pound sand. She stands up for herself and she is a cunt, she tries to be decent and you call her a manipulative bitch.

    And to the dumb ass who says she is doing to sell books. It has been at the top or in second just days after amazon put it on sale. If you want to look at someone whoring themselves and their story just to sell books, look up the dumb-cunt Rihanna.

    • I’ve always wondered if irregardless was a real word, or just a word real dumb ppl use- lemme look it up. Oh, okay, I understand now why you are a Palin fan. Haha! Bet you read “all the papers” too?

      irregardless – 3 dictionary results
      ir?re?gard?less??/??r??g?rdl?s/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [ir-i-gahrd-lis] Show IPA
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      –adverb Nonstandard. regardless.


      1910–15; ir- 2 (prob. after irrespective) + regardless

      Usage note:
      Irregardless is considered nonstandard because of the two negative elements ir- and -less. It was probably formed on the analogy of such words as irrespective, irrelevant, and irreparable. Those who use it, including on occasion educated speakers, may do so from a desire to add emphasis. Irregardless first appeared in the early 20th century and was perhaps popularized by its use in a comic radio program of the 1930s. Unabridged
      Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2009.
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      ir·re·gard·less (?r’?-gärd’l?s)
      adv. Nonstandard

      [Probably blend of irrespective and regardless.]

      Usage Note: Irregardless is a word that many mistakenly believe to be correct usage in formal style, when in fact it is used chiefly in nonstandard speech or casual writing. Coined in the United States in the early 20th century, it has met with a blizzard of condemnation for being an improper yoking of irrespective and regardless and for the logical absurdity of combining the negative ir- prefix and -less suffix in a single term. Although one might reasonably argue that it is no different from words with redundant affixes like debone and unravel, it has been considered a blunder for decades and will probably continue to be so.

      The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
      Copyright © 2009 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
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      Word Origin & History


      an erroneous word that, etymologically, means the exact opposite of what it is used to express, attested in non-standard writing from 1912, probably a blend of irrespective and regardless. Perhaps inspired by the double negative used as an emphatic.