The Sarah Palin Pregnancy Cover-Up That Wasn’t (Updated)

I’m predicting that the dust-up concerning Sarah Palin’s youngest child, Trig, is all fabricated. Bloggers like one at The Daily Kos are going so far as to declare that he is definitely the child of her 16 year-old daughter, Bristol. But they don’t let silly little things like concrete evidence deter them. They have no real proof. Just speculation and some pictures they think are sketchy.

Here’s the “evidence” cited in support of the ridiculous claim:

Sarah Palin: I’m Insulted

No, it’s not what you think.

  • I’m not insulted that she chose to bring into this world the precious life that God was kind enough to give to her and her husband. No, an abortion (baby killing) wasn’t preferable.
  • I’m not insulted that Sarah returned to work 3 days after having her baby. I think adults can make good choices regarding the care of their children, even when they’re at work. (I’ve never heard anyone chastise a father for returning to work 3 days after his child was born.)

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Shop to Earn member says the company won’t refund his money

This isn’t the first reader commenting here about their ability to get a refund from ShopToEarn (aka ShopToEarth). If you sign up as a member, there is apparently a clause which offers refunds, but members seem to have a hard time actually getting their money back.

This member said:

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United First Financial’s New Math (It’s Still Not Worth $3,500.)

Guest post by Craig Hansen

The fine folks at United First Financial (UFF) have come out with a new version of their Money Merge Account (MMA). It’s version 4, and it’s marketed as something that uses… factorial math! And promoters are saying the software does over 3 million calculations each time you use it to analyze a purchase.

Consumers are being tricked into thinking UFF has a magic bullet, and are plunking down $3,500 for the “chance” to use the software!

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Let the bashing of Sarah Palin begin!

This is priceless. CNN.com has a commentary by Paul Begala on John McCain’s selection of Sarah Palin for his running mate. He says in part: Palin a first-term governor of a state with more reindeer than people, will have to put on a few pounds just to be a lightweight. Her personal story is impressive: … Read more Let the bashing of Sarah Palin begin!

Len Clements: Usana Distributor With “Seasoned” Associate Number

Len Clements UsanaWell, well, well. Leonard Clements, defender of Usana to his death, former “executive” of multi-level marketing company Zenza, failed business owner… is now a Usana distributor.

But he’s not just any distributor. No, any distributor number would not do for Len Clements. He’s got the number 47278, which is an old, old number. (We’re talking 15 years old.) Why would someone want an old number? Because it comes with an established downline.

This distributor number formerly belonged to Christine Cunningham, who was a Silver Director.

How do you new distributors feel about the ability of Len Clements to get his hands on an established downline?

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Wasting More Taxpayer Money at MPS

I know you’re not surprised anymore. I’m not surprised. Milwaukee Public Schools officials spent district money to go to a conference in Philadelphia, and the employees didn’t even attend the conference.

The problem is that when you’re wasting thousands of dollars of taxpayer money to do it, someone needs to be held accountable. I’m not surprised at this. MPS teachers don’t even go to the annual “convention” that they’re supposed to attend. A few peons show up and fraudulently sign in for others who don’t go. So it’s clear that cheating in regards to conferences/seminars is a systemic problem in MPS.

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