Is bristol palin still dating gino 2016
She has taken her commitment to abstinence before marriage a step too far.Her quote from Samaritan’s Purse on her blog defies logic and reason.History is full of profitable losers, but Sarah Palin and her brood have succeeded in making a career out of it, even as their road to success is littered with so many hypocrisies.For all of her talk about "real America," "values," and "family," she's spent a tremendous amount of time trotting hers out in front of television cameras for exposure's sake.
Tripp, her son with her ex-boyfriend Levi Johnston, is pictured in a neon green Nike sweatshirt, camouflage cargo pants, and red Nike sneakers, presumably heading off to school, while Sailor is bundled up in her pink carrier with only a bit of her head peaking out.
Thankfully, though, tonight’s debut, one Palintastic power hour, is a boring, muddled mess that contains a trainwreck moment that brings those two issues together, simultaneously integrating the larger political context as part of the show, highlighting the hypocrisies, and undermining any sympathy the show’s subject might have managed to garner.
Opening with a quick look at Bristol and her life in Alaska and how she wants to raise her young son, Tripp (get it? It’s a pretty shaky concept in a genre of shaky concepts. What follows are some MTV Cribs-like establishing shots of the mansion the kids will be staying at, followed by more bumpkinry as the Palin children are completely fascinated by the number of bidets in the house.
Bristol and Gino attend “the fights” (boxing) at the Wasilla Sports Complex. In her cut-away interview, Bristol says that there is “absolutely no reason” for Gino to act jealous. She says he can only come if he “buys her a bunch of stuff.” Bristol asks what would warm her heart.
Bristol says, “Levi cheated on me with that girl” and Gino responds, “Why would you tell me that? Willow says, “Nothing, I don’t have a heart.” She says if Andy shows up empty handed, she will “punch him in the face.” For Valentine’s Day (which he calls “Valentimes Day”), Gino decides to cut down Bristol’s trees at her new house so she can enjoy a clear view of the sunset.