Bristol Palin, eldest daughter of former vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin has come under fire repeatedly by critics who believe she hasn’t the right to talk about issues concerning birth control because she has two children out of wedlock, so last weekend she lashed out about that very subject.
She then questioned the logic behind giving such young girls contraception implants when they’re not allowed to do even the most mundane activities without parental approval.
“Everyone’s telling me to shut up about commenting on the issue in Washington State,” she wrote in her blog, which was in reference to middle school aged girls being given contraception without parental consent.
“Do they not realize what is going on?” She then questioned the logic behind giving such young girls contraception implants when they’re not allowed to do even the most mundane activities without parental approval.
“I know I’m the last to talk about birth control. (Two baby daddies, right? LOLZ!),” she said in a rebuke to her critics. “But I am expecting a girl and do have a 14-year-old sister and I would be so concerned about her going to a clinic and having something pretty serious put into her body.”
Hard to disagree there, especially after hearing the shady practices that happen inside so-called “women’s health facilities,” such as Planned Parenthood. But Bristol continued by clarifying her stance on birth control, in general, which has been severely distorted by the left to assassinate her character.
“I’m not against birth control by ANY MEANS so do not twist my words,” she wrote. “But I am against the government going between a parent and a child at such a young age. THERE IS A BIG DAMN DIFFERENCE. 10-11-12-year-olds don’t know what’s best for them.”
“Their parents do,” she added, before telling people to discuss the issue itself rather than her personal beliefs.
There’s no way that a group of nitwits, who are incapable of even balancing a budget, can make the best decisions regarding children that aren’t even theirs, yet with increasing frequency, we’re seeing situations like what happened in Washington. But, I guess that’s just more liberal logic shining through – you need your parent’s permission to get a tan, but not to have a medical device implanted inside of you that carries the possibility of causing other complications. Makes perfect sense.