I wish I had the chance to interview Ms Bristol Palin. As a newly crowned abstinence spokesperson, I’d love to ask her “So, are you saying that you wish you had waited to have sex and that having your baby was a mistake?”
Faced with this question, she has two outs: “No, it was right for me, but it’s wrong for you” or “Yes, I wish my kid was never born.” It’s lose/lose, isn’t it?
Someone from my work thinks she’d play the religious right card and explain that “the Lord” put the challenge to her so that she would be able to share her experience and prevent further problems. In short, according to him, “she’d find a way to blame God for it.” By that rationale, is it fair for me to say “How about I smoke all the weed and then tell you all how bad it is?”