Tuesday, January 6, 2009

A Tisket, A Tasket

PETA sends Bristol Palin a baby gift

Among the many gifts Briston Palin will receive to celebrate the birth of son Tripp is a gift basket from PETA. The animal rights group says since Tripp’s “grandparents never met an animal they didn’t like — to eat or shoot” — they sent some gifts that send a message of peace toward animals and the world. Among the items are a “Give Peas a Chance” onesie and a bib emblazoned with the slogan “Animals Are My Friends.”

“Tripp will inherit a kinder and more compassionate world than the one his grandparents cling to,” PETA’s Michelle Cho wrote in a letter included with the gift. “There is a growing consciousness among people everywhere of how our actions affect those around us, including animals. Helping children understand that animals are living, feeling beings who deserve to be treated with respect and compassion will help them grow up to be kind, compassionate citizens.”
Now, it's nice of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals to send Lil Miss Palin a gift basket for her bastard child and all, but I am pretty sure the thought behind the gift will be lost on the Alaskan twit. Bristol was brought up in a family that chants the inane mantra, "If it moves, shoot it" and eats anything that once had a face. 

I can only hope that among the many other gift baskets the daughter of Alaska Governor and all-around idiot Sarah Palin receives is one from Planned Parenthood extolling the virtues of birth control, safe sex and other means to curtail her stupidity. Her mother clearly failed in her task to teach her these things. Besides, the current number of Palins littering the world is more than enough. 

Am I wrong? No, I am not.

1 comment:

troy said...

hopefully, from manure, a rose shall grow!