One Other Real Weirdness

This:

When Trig was born, Palin wrote an e-mail letter to friends and relatives, describing the belated news of her pregnancy and detailing Trig’s condition; she wrote the e-mail not in her own name but in God’s, and signed it “Trig’s Creator, Your Heavenly Father.”


I guess you could see this as “narcissistic personality disorder” as Todd does. You could also see it as evidence of a divinely ordered conception. Especially as the child is now her only real campaign platform.

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