Oh My…Seems As If Another Palin Baby Is On The Way


Courtesy of Politicalgates:

Thankfully, we have received very interesting news from Alaska. As you all know, we always had an excellent network there, and we had our fair share of scoops about the Palins since we started blogging. Today, we have the another scoop: From an extremely reliable source from Alaska we received the information that Jordan Loewe is pregnant with Track Palin’s child.


And that is Christian values for ya.

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15 Responses to Oh My…Seems As If Another Palin Baby Is On The Way

  1. uberduck says:

    Run, Jordan, RUN!

  2. She needs to talk with Britta

  3. Scarsdale says:

    Track and Jordan are a perfect match, a couple of drunks with drug issues also, too. It will be a miracle if their child is born normal. Chances on being a FAS baby or other disability run very, very high. I can see the birth annoncement now. Both parents giving their usual middle finger salute to the world. Watch “Alaska State Troopers”, this loving couple will be among the many domestic violence calls the troopers make.

  4. sallyinmi says:

    Any bets on whether Sarah and Miraculously healed Todd will ever have a grandchild NOT born out of wedlock? They seem to be 0 for 5, 6, 7 already.

  5. MargaretandHelen.com have a new post up …. I applaud her, as I do you, also, too!

    • irishgirl999 says:

      No need to applaud…just send $1,000 to Irishgirl. PAC. 😉

    • irishgirl999 says:


      That was good.

      Whilst on the subject of pronunciation…..fer feck’s sake…I hate eye-rack. Iraq is ear-rack.

      • 40Watt says:

        For feck’s sake indeed!

        While I have no doubt Trump couldn’t find Tanzania on a map, I am old enough to remember when Tanganyika merged with Zanzibar, at which time the most common pronunciation was TAN – ZAN – ia – for obvious reasons. I also remember the first time I heard Tan – ZAY – neeya and asking, when did that happen? In my own experience since then, I have heard folk, some from Tanzania, pronounce it both ways. It’s like Kenya, which used to be “Keenya” and became “Ken – ya”, after independence and Jomo Kenyatta became president. Sometimes, I have to stop and think before I say it.

        IMO, of all the things that can be said about Trump’s speech, this is a non-issue. As to the next Palin baby, I can’t deal with even thinking about all these poor children.

      • irishgirl999 says:

        As my dentist would say, righty, righty.

  6. irishgirl999 says:

    Also and too 40 Watt….are we still good for the 4th of July? 🙂

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