I am not much for conspiracy theories. In my opinion, anyone who thinks 9/11 was an inside job / controlled demolition is a stark raving lunatic; anyone who thinks Barack Obama wasn’t born in Hawaii is a blithering idiot and probably a racist.
Osama bin Laden was shot by American SEALs, Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, and fluoridated water is not a government program to do whatever morons think they’re doing with fluoride.
But there are conspiracies. Oswald did not get those shots off by himself. The CIA overthrew Mossadeq in Iran and assassinated Allende in Chile. I don’t know exactly what they’re up to, but I don’t fucking trust Archer Daniels Midland or Monsanto any farther than I can throw a John Deere combine harvester.
And then there’s the Sarah Palin pregnancy. I don’t know what to make of it, but one thing seems pretty clear: There’s something weird here.
LN: Because I simply do not want to believe that this woman – any woman – shoved a square pillow under her shirt. I do not want to believe anyone could so smugly mug for the camera and thump a pillow. It’s abnormal beyond reason. It would be insane.
For comparison’s sake, here’s a photo of a slightly LESS pregnant Christina Aguilera:
…and the two photos juxtaposed:
…and a photo of Sarah Palin during her first pregnancy.
Sarah claimed that her “tight abs” helped hide her pregnancy into the third trimester. It would seem Sarah’s abs are getting better with age and tightening up with each successive pregnancy. I’m not sure that sounds reasonable, but it’s what she said.
Sarah said on many occasions that questions about Barack Obama’s birth certificate were legitimate and, at least in part, justified those questions with reference to questions about whether Trig was really her baby or not.
Put an end to this controversy. Release the long form birth certificate, Sarah.