Defending the family

BREAKING: ATTACKS ON PALIN'S CHILDREN MAY BRING CRIMINAL CHARGES

Sandy Rios at Townhall makes the point that some in the media, in "entertainment" and on the blogs took after Sarah Palin's children as if they were the candidate or the public figure.

Public Advocate believes the recent attacks on Governor Palin’s Children to be a form of public child abuse. It would seem that the child protection services operating in New York City or any other major cities like Wasilla, Alaska might take David Letterman into custody for plainly advocating the corruption of a minor and verbally abusing the child using public airwave and many other actions not protected under "free speech" rules but clearly illegal under the moral standards of most communities.

And Letterman was part of a larger effort to attack more than one Palin Child. So a good child advocate could prepare a legal complaint in different jurisdictions, in lay terms, a class action.

Rios says in part

(Quote) Too bad the door was opened wide for debasement, and ridicule, and gutter humor for not just one of Sarah Palin’s children, but for at least three of them. Within days of her selection, Trig was not her baby, but her teenage daughter’s. Then the gleeful news, that Bristol was, in fact, pregnant and unmarried........

Throw in a tasteless remark on SNL about Todd committing incest with his girls - things that should not be spoken, much less joked, about have become the norm for the vermin class who hate anyone who loves and tries to represent healthy, whole families........

I think much of it [her family’s counsel to step down] had to do with the kids seeing their baby brother mocked by some pretty mean-spirited adults recently," Palin explained in her resignation speech. "By the way, sure wish folks could ever, ever understand that we all learn so much from someone like Trig". I know he needs me, but I need him even more....what a child can offer to set priorities right -- that time is precious.....the world needs more ‘Trigs,’ not fewer, " she said.
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