Palins so proud to be against gay marriage
The Palin family, who are becoming more and more like the Kardashians with all of their various reality show ventures, made a few statements about ‘traditional marriage’ on Friday.
Sarah and Todd Palin couldn’t resist wading into the Chick-fil-A controversy by posting a photo of Facebook with this message: “Stopped by Chick-fil-A in The Woodlands to support a great business.”
I saw the Palins earlier this week at the TV Critics Association summer press tour where Sarah accompanied Todd at a poolside cocktail party at the Beverly Hilton and didn’t seem to mind being surrounded by what she has often referred to as the “lamestream media.”
Earlier in the day, their daughter Bristol was on stage at TCA as one of the ‘all stars” for the new season of ABC’s Dancing With the Stars.
Bristol was asked about her feelings about gay people and what she would do if she were paired with a gay male dancer.
Here’s what she said: “I like gays. I’m not a homophobic, and I’m so sick of people saying that. Just because I’m for traditional marriage, doesn’t really mean I’m scared or anything of anyone else, and I don’t hate anybody. People are going to make up stuff about me no matter what, and whatever. I’m going to go dance, and I’m gonna have fun. And I’m just going to go have fun on the show. It’s not about politics. It’s not about traditional marriage
or anything like that. It’s just about dancing, and it’s gonna be fun, and that’s all I have to say about it.”
This from a girl who has never been in a “traditional marriage.”
Oh well, it’s at least nice to know that she’s not “a homophobic.”