Thursday, September 03, 2009

About that Levi Johnston essay in Vanity Fair

You might want to read this before you read the Vanity Fair hit piece...Here's a taste;
Also included in the essay that was written for him, Levi added this:

Sarah doesn’t cook, Todd doesn’t cook—the kids would do it all themselves: cook, clean, do the laundry, and get ready for school. Most of the time Bristol would help her youngest sister with her homework, and I’d barbecue chicken or steak on the grill.

Yes, if it wasn't for Levi, the Palin children would have never been fed. Never mind that a journalist for Esquire not only witnessed Governor Palin cooking, but teaching Levi how to cook as well:

Bristol comes into the kitchen with Levi Johnston, her fiancé. He's a good-looking kid, very Abercrombie & Fitch. He says hi all around but doesn't say much more. When he's over here, it's usually just him and Todd and Trig in a house full of women, and the women dominate the conversation. He nods at Todd and Todd nods back.

"Levi got his wedding ring stuck on his thumb," Molly says.

"Levi!" Sarah says. "That's par for the course. That means you're stuck. That's symbolic or something." She pulls a roast out of the refrigerator and calls Levi over and starts showing him how to marinate it. "Now, Levi, look, I'm gonna put this stuff in here..."

This is a woman who saved Alaska money by eliminating the previous governor's personal chef, so perhaps Team Levi should have reconsidered this lie. They might have also remembered that this same woman was seen on national television cooking for Greta van Susteren and Matt Lauer.

I could go on, but I think a clear pattern of behavior has been established. Levi Johnston has no credibility because he'll say anything for money and attention.




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