• Sarah Palin Hints at Presidential Bid, Daughters Call People Names on Facebook

    When you're getting ready to launch a presidential campaign, there is very little room for error. You have to hint just enough to keep supporters and media people salivating, but no remain so evasive as to not warrant coverage. Everything you, or anyone in your family and circle friends, say must be weighed carefully to put you and your family is the best possible light.

    Sarah Palin seems to somewhat understand this

    In a lengthy interview for a profile in this weekend's New York Times magazine, the former Alaska governor flatly said she is considering launching a White House bid and is currently in discussions about the possibility with her family and trusted allies.

    "I'm engaged in the internal deliberations candidly, and having that discussion with my family, because my family is the most important consideration here," she said…

    Her daughters, Bristol and Willow, not so much

    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."

    They really are American royalty, aren't they?


    Tags: Alaska, Bristol Palin, Facebook, Sarah Palin, Sarah Palin's Alaska, Television, Willow Palin

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