Bristol Palin on DWTS presser: ‘The hate was theirs, not mine’; Twitter attacks Sarah!/SarahPalinUSA/status/232912109724368896

Sarah Palin this afternoon directed her 800,000 Twitter followers to a blog post by daughter Bristol on the subject of hate, and as usual, it didn’t take long for hate to show itself.

Bristol Palin’s post to Patheos recounts her experience meeting the media at the Television Critics Association panel, where Palin was promoting the next season of “Dancing with the Stars.” Asked if she would mind dancing with a gay partner, Palin replied, “Of course.”

But the media can’t seem to figure this out. In their simplistic minds, the fact that I’m a Christian, that I believe in God’s plan for marriage, means that I must hate gays and must hate to even be in their presence. Well, they were right about one thing: there was hate in that media room, but the hate was theirs, not mine.

God’s plan for marriage? That sure sounds like hate speech!

@SarahPalinUSA cue the dumb palin-haters in 3…2…1

— William Metz (@WO4TG) August 7, 2012

Ha ha ha! MT @SarahPalinUSA: Bristol makes such an important point in this post! Being in favor of the traditional definition of marriage

— Markos Moulitsas (@markos) August 7, 2012

@SarahPalinUSA yeah but she's too stupid to use a fucking condom you bit of alaska trash

— Indra Seunarine (@indra1964) August 7, 2012

@SarahPalinUSA real special from a hillbilly who got banged up as a teenager. You and your family are absolute trash.

— DannnnnnnyBoy (@ThinkVegas) August 7, 2012

@SarahPalinUSA I'm in favor of traditional fucking in tents. And traditional wine coolers. What is Bristol's stance?

— Wes (@SigurWes) August 7, 2012

@SarahPalinUSA Oh yes, I believe in "tradition" too i.e. having filthy, sinful sex at 17 outside of holy, sacred MARRIAGE! How shameful!

— Jane Barton (@bollbar) August 7, 2012

@SarahPalinUSA Underage is sex is ILLEGAL and IMMORAL but since it's TRADITIONAL, that makes EVERYTHING A-OK!

— Jane Barton (@bollbar) August 7, 2012

@SarahPalinUSA so Bristol's point was that she wouldn't dance with a Gay man because she had no hope of marrying him at the end of the show?

— M♠l☇€ (@CatsEyeGuy) August 7, 2012

@sarahpalinUSA Save it for the refrigerator door, honey.

— Christopher R. Moore (@StrayCatBlues) August 7, 2012

Anything else hateful to add, Bristol?

Thanks, Mom!!! RT @SarahPalinUSA Bristol makes important point about being for traditional definition of marriage

— Bristol Palin (@BristolsBlog) August 7, 2012

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