"She slammed reports that 18-year-old Bristol Palin and the teen's fiance
are high school dropouts. The governor insists the two are not dropouts
Check this out, ROTFL!
"...they enrolled in correspondence courses.":
Maybe The Evelyn Woodhead Sped-reddin' course.
Or Sally Struthers' [insert whiny voice and crooked facial
expressions] "Do you wanna make more money?"
Or maybe they found some old books of matches with diploma
ads and are becomming locksmiths ya think?
"Palin also lashed out at bloggers and others perpetuating Internet
rumors that her 9-month-old son, Trig, is actually Bristol Palin's child
from a secret previous pregnancy."
LMAO! Hasn't this been the plot for a bunch of TV shows or movies over
Especially when you can get your jollies off at someone else's expense
without fear of retribution. You are as pathetic as the morons in the
media who create these rumors.
Even more pathetic that they pick on KIDS....Are the Obamamessiah's
daughters fair game as well??? I didn't think so......
"PEOPLE reported this week that the new mom, who gave birth on Saturday,
intends to finish her high school degree through correspondence courses.
Levi, also 18, told the AP in October that he had left high school to enroll
in an apprenticeship program training him as an electrician."
"Gov. Palin told PEOPLE at the time that she hoped Levi would eventually
earn a GED, adding, "I respect that Levi is out there working hard.""
Here are a few correspondence courses:
a.. Arts and Humanities Course 
a.. Business Course 
a.. Computer Science Course 
a.. Criminal Justice Course 
a.. Education Course 
a.. Health Course 
a.. Information Technology Course 
a.. Medicine Course 
a.. Paralegal Studies Course 
a.. Science Course 
a.. Social Science Course 
a.. Trades and Careers Course 
above from http://www.degrees.com/l/correspondence /
It's actually pretty sad that anonymous bloggers can dream shit like this up
and the news media picks it up as a story. And then they request her to
take a blood test to prove the child is hers.
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