Guess Who Was Spotted at Chick-fil-A?

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  • Truth101

    Bristol, Let me give you some advice on Hollywood and Traditional values. Stay clear of the marriage topic while on DWTS. Obama has nothing to run on and Hollywood and the corrupt MSM is throwing out every distraction that they can think of for Obama. If they ask again about Traditional marriage just tell them it is your opinion just like you have your opinion and please don’t give them any sound bites to run with like the word homophobia. Keep that word out of your vocabulary. You are only 21 and you can’t handle a corrupt MSM or Hollywood. They are looking for sound bites to twist and spin and to make gay-marraige a campaign issue in this election. They can no longer use abortion as an issue so they will use marriage. We have so many other concerns facing our country like unemployment, 16 trillion debt, protecting our borders, the destruction of the small buiness, and a mid-east that is ready to erupt and so on.

    Just dance and only talk about dancing.

    • Canadian Observer

      Didn’t Bristol say she was finished with Hollywood when she left LA and returned to Alaska? Can’t understand why she would agree to go back there, and actually be happy about it, when she was so disillusioned with the whole show biz scene and admitted she was very glad to be going home to the beautiful state of Alaska. Remember when Levi was ridiculed and called ‘Ricky Hollywood’ by the Palins. Apparently, what’s not ok for Levi is perfectly alright for Bristol. Strange.

    • Pam

      Bristol, marriage and Obama? What the heck are you smoking to get that connection? Do you really think that Bristol is going to effect the election because she talks about marriage? Get a grip!

  • chris

    “traditional views” once included women lacking the right to vote and there being a good chance that if you sailed too far you would fall off the edge of the earth. We also believed that this square Earth was the center of the universe. Then, like today, people use religion and God as a means of denying that which is true and evident. You prove to know as much about politics as your mother. Religion has no place in political discourse and policy making.

    • Truth101

      Then why do the liberals continue to do it?

      • chris

        i do not know why liberals do it. I dont know why conservatives do it. your response is shallow and typical. If you read what I wrote, i said nothing about liberals. I said nothing about conservatives. my point was that religion needs to be taken out of politics. we need to stop pointing to the bible as a means dictating whats best for everyone. it has no place in politics.
        your comment highlights why we cannot entertain intelligent dialogue. you read something you dont agree with and instantly it becomes “an attack from the other side”. Never mind the fact that you have no idea what my political views are.

        anyway, i found an interesting article.

        http://abcnews.go.com/US/mississippi-church-rejects-black-wedding/story?id=16878536#.UBSG_iqtPos

        given the current conversations, i am sure that none of the palin faithful have a problem with this article.

        • http://sidetrakd.wordpress.com SideTraKd

          Religion does not need to be taken out of politics. That was never the goal of this country. We set out to guarantee that all people could believe as they chose and that all religions would be welcomed, not shunned. Take a look back in history and you will see that the points where religion was eliminated coincided with the most violent and deadly genocides in human history, far surpassing such periods as the Crusades.

          But what does Chick-Fil-A really have to do with politics? If the subject has become a political one, it is only because of liberals who have sought to banish them and prevent their business from operating or opening new locations. They never denied homosexuals the right to work for them, or denied them the right to eat there.
          If someone doesn’t like the fact that they are Christian owned and operated, they need only avoid eating there.

          • chris

            In this country we have a “Separation of Church and State”, so religion should not be a part of politics. This is because of exactly what you mentioned. Because we welcome everyone to worship the God of their choosing in any manner they wish, we cannot allow any one religion in this country to have influence over the law. Now, that is how it should be but anyone can tell that there is no true separation of Church and State. I guess my point is this;
            When we have this conversation about same sex marriage, we should be having it without the context of religion. ANY religion. We are talking about laws being passed and the rights that are afforded to all Americans by the Constitution. As I have seen, the ONLY argument that anyone has against same sex marriage has been based on religious beliefs, specifically Christian viewpoints. Take religion out of the equation for the sake of conversation and where is the argument?

        • Tiffany W

          I read what you wrote Chris & you made some very good points. I agree No one has the right to force their “traditional” views on someone else. I really like the Palin family but I don’t agree with how much finger pointing Bristol tries to do, given her behavior on her show.

    • http://www.forthrightthoughts.com John Goforth

      Have you considered that many of us believe that God is what is true and evident? Religion as a credo which governs the people who make up the representative republic absolutely must have a place in politics: If my world-views stem from knowing that God is the creator of the universe and that I must abide by his laws, then such dictates my morality. Laws are the written code of a communal standard of morality.
      I think your inability to understand that there are views outside of your own is what precludes us from having an intelligent discussion.

    • VKKippy

      You are so self-deceived! You say, “…people use religion and God as a means of denying that which is true and evident.” The only truth in the entire universe comes from God! Have you ever read His Holy Bible?? You want religion out of politics, but what you do not understand (and cannot as you are blind) is that we Christians cannot compartmentalize our lives. God is involved in each and every aspect of our lives, and if we are involved in politics, then He is right there with us.

      • Tiffany W

        Maybe you should read 1 Corinthians again. There is so much grace for the unsaved & Paul clearly says we are not to judge them, thats Gods job but we are to excercise church discipline when dealing with our brothers and sisters within the church. You wonder why people don’t want to give God a chance? Its all this negative judging & double standards from people who lives are not the way they should be. I am so fortunate I found the Lord at a young age because if I hadn’t and I had people like Bristol telling me about it I would think she was so fake being unmarried with a baby on her hip trying to tell me whats right and wrong when it come to traditional family based on God. READ YOUR BIBLE & CHECK YOUR SOURCES before you jump on anyone’s band wagon.

  • jacksonthealaskan

    i was down in hot unforgiving california but hey stoped in a chick-fil-a pretty good rocking my NRA shirt and camo shorts. it made me feel better about my self

  • Bill Steward

    We don’t have a Chick-fil-A in my state but I do support them in spirit…. I also support Sarah and her entire family.. I wish she was our Nominee, to be perfectly honest… I also wish the Palin’s didn’t have to deal with such hateful people.. I strongly disagree with many politicians but have never thought about going after them or their families the way some go after the Palin’s… It’s sad…

  • Kris Hopper

    I LOVE that your parents are in support of Chick-Fil-A!!!! My Family enjoys your show are well. We are praying for you all.

    Just remember:
    Exodus 14:14
    The Lord will fight for you; you need only be still.

  • Misty

    Great pic of your mom & dad!

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  • Tiffany Mahe

    I love Chick fil A and everything they stand for and I love you too!!!!

  • Renee

    I have a best friend that is gay, but I support everyones right to BELIEVE what they choose to believe! I don’t judge anyone…AND I support Chick-A fil, though I can’t eat their food as I am gluten-free. I think people have the right to FREEDOM OF SPEECH either way, so why can’t conservitives have the right to free speech too???


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