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Thursday, 18 November 2010

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Two left feet don't make a right

Buck up all you Dancing with the Stars lovers who believe Bristol Palin stole her place in the finals on Tuesday night. Although a record number of votes for Palin gave her the lead over Brandy, the fact that those votes were being cast by cheating admirers and not because of her ability to dance worth a lick should take some of the sting out of the results.

Some say there seems to be a pattern taking place here when the Palin family is involved. So far not one family member, from mama down to her babies is really good at anything except the ability to score points through deceptive practices. Lies, half-truths, and empty promises have gotten Sarah Palin where she is today. The same might now be said for her daughter as well.

But, think about this for a moment, even though some fans were bragging about beating the system by assuming multiple personalities in order to cast as many votes as they could for Bristol, maybe, just maybe this is all a big joke and all those votes were cast by folks just to make Bristol believe she really can dance. You know, to pull one over on her.

Any way you slice it, whether fans cheated or thousands of Americans cast their votes for Palin as a joke, the bottom line is she still has two left feet and two left feet don't make a right.

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