Bonnie Says: Sarah Palin Proves She's No Diva, Hosing Down Todd's Fishing Boat!

Mon, November 29, 2010 11:22am EST by 4 Comments
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Courtesy of TLCSarah racks up more qualifications for President in 2012 as she shows off her salmon-fishing and filleting skills on the latest episode of ‘Sarah Palin’s Alaska’.

If there is one thing Sarah definitely believes, it’s that it is important to REPEAT her words, so you don’t miss her messages. In this week’s episode, she wanted us all to know that: 1) Family is all important, 2) All you need to succeed in life is a strong work ethic, and 3) She is no diva.

To prove each, she takes her brood, minus Bristol, to Bristol Bay, where they stay with Todd’s parents and go salmon fishing.

Then, Sarah introduces us to her handsome oldest son, Track, who is trying to prove through hard work that he can take over her dad Todd’s salmon-fishing site. To prove she is no diva, she bakes a 16th birthday cake for Willow and then swabs the deck of Todd’s fishing boat. Just so we don’t miss her point, Sarah then goes on to announce: ‘I’m no diva!’.

Well we definitely don’t want a diva in the White House and Sarah’s working hard to make us see she’s no elitist either, since for her fans, an elitist in the White House is the ultimate no-no.

She’s such a non-elitist that there is no college in her kids’ future. Track’s on track to be a fisherman like Todd. Single mom Bristol is headed to continuing reality-show stardom and there is no talk of Willow studying for SATs in the Palin household.

Am I the only one disturbed by Sarah’s lack of interest in post-secondary education? Does she really feel that America’s future will be won on Alaska’s rugged outdoorsy individualism and the exploitation of our natural resources?

It’s clear after episode three of Sarah Palin’s Alaska that Sarah talks alot about loving the tranquility of Alaska’s great outdoors, but she doesn’t love it enough to worry about preserving it!

Stay tuned!


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