Monday, November 2, 2009

Levi Johnston - King of the Morons

Can I possibly stand to do another post about what a brickhead Levi Johnston is? Can I? I don't know. I'm gonna, so let's find out if I make it to the end, shall we? God, he's a moron.

I take that back. He is King of the Morons. In the Land of the Morons, he is the revered, he is the adored, he is their leader, he is their King. Thus, with that sort of moronism involved, I was not surprised to learn, according to the headline over across the pond at The Guardian " "We're going to court"; Sarah Palin to face legal battle over grandson". Shocking, I know.

Now, before we delve into the "legal battle" part, let's recap some of the choice things that Levi Johnston, completely unprovoked, has had to say about Sarah Palin. In the Vanity Fair article we have Levi claiming:

"The Palin house was much different from what many people expect of a normal family...There wasn’t much parenting in that house. 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."


"Sarah told me she had a great idea: we would keep it a secret—nobody would know that Bristol was pregnant. She told me that once Bristol had the baby she and Todd would adopt him."

"She started talking about how nice it would be to quit and write a book or do a show and make “triple the money.” It was, to her, “not as hard.” She would blatantly say, “I want to just take this money and quit being governor.” "

On the Tyra Banks Show, Levi claimed "...he believed the governor knew he was having sex with Bristol prior to her becoming pregnant at age 17."



And finally, in an interview with Maggie Gonzalez of CBS, he claimed that "Sarah Palin would come home from work and ask, “Where’s my retarded baby?” Um, what?

Look, I find it hard to believe that any mother would say that about their kid. Levi is claiming that she said it all the time. Why things like that don't diminish whatever credibility anyone thinks he has is beyond me. I might only doubt (but barely doubt) that she ever said it, but I can say with great assuredness she never said it "all the time". That's just S***. Here's where it gets entertaining.

Levi is claiming that he is not being allowed access to his son, Tripp. Shocking, I know. I'm not so sure that I'd be letting the sort of guy who is more interested in flying all over the country spreading lies about the grandmother of his child see the child either. Since there doesn't seem to be a legal document in place authorizing specific visits, I guess it would have to boil down to the decision of the mother as to what would be best for said child. Keeping said child away from said jackass seems like a pretty good place to start if you're asking me.

Back to the story in The Guardian where they report "Johnston said there had been times when he had been allowed to see Tripp about once a week, but there had also been periods when he had had virtually no access. He said: "They started letting me see him and everything was fine. But everything got bad again. So I said screw them." Aaahhh. And another piece of the puzzle falls into place. Anything else there, Levi? How do you feel about it going to court?

"It's going to be a tough battle. Basically, it's down to who has the better lawyer. I can just imagine all the cameras that are going to be there – it's going to be crazy." Um, what?


All of the cameras? That's what you're thinking about?! What in the hell is wrong with you? Oh, that's right. You're an idiot.

But wait! Unfortunately, there's more! Media outlets, please take note of this! "Johnston admitted to the Guardian that comments he made to Vanity Fair and other outlets....were partly made in retaliation. "If they had let me see my kid, I wouldn't have done any of that." "

::: blink ::: ::: blink :::

IF they had let you see your kid. Do you really think that the kind of father who goes around telling public lies (likely for profit) about his child's grandmother, the mother of the mother of his child (whew! That's a mouthful!) is the kind of person that they would want to see their child? I can't say that it is! But take note media outlets! Please take note!! He didn't say any of it because it was TRUE. He said it because he was RETALLIATING! He LIED. And YOU folks who paid him for his lies and gave him camera time for his lies only ENCOURAGED his lying! He's a LIAR. Please stop putting him on your TV shows.

Seriously though, if I haven't convinced you of what a complete and utter a-hole Levi Johnston is by now, allow me to just ice this s*** cake and put a cherry on top. Here we go. Again (and still) from the article in The Guardian (linked above) "Asked whether he worried that his outspoken remarks about Tripp's grandmother might be harmful to the child, he replied: "I don't know. I hope not, but what else are you going to do?" Um, what now?

What else are you going to do? What in the hell do you mean "what else are you going to do"? You're the one doing it! You're the one making potentially harmful remarks! You're the one out there lying in retalliation for something! I'll tell you "what else are you going to do". You're going to shut the F up is what you're going to do!

"What else are you going to do?" So, basically, you need a weapon and you've chosen the child and if it messes up the kid later on in life, so be it, you needed a weapon. He does realize that when he goes to court, Sarah Palin won't be there, right? He does realize that when he goes to court, it's likely that Bristol won't be there either, right? If I were him, I'd hope to God that when he goes to court that Todd isn't there. Todd seems like the type of guy who really might take the sort of advice given by Pat Buchanan on MSNBC's Morning Joe back in July when he told Mika Brzezinski "Well, first, with regard to Levi, I think First Dude up there in Alaska, Todd Palin, ought to take Levi down to the creek and hold his head underwater until the thrashing stops.“ Well said, Pat. Well. Said.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Didn't read your post, just the first couple sentences. Enough to know you're a complete idiot.

Mare said...

Well, Anonymous, your sheer genius just shines through your comment. Thanks for reading those first couple of sentences! Maybe with enough practice, you'll be able to read an entire post one day. Stay in school!