Monday, July 2, 2012
Dog Days of Summer – Levi Johnston Brings Home a Puppy.
It's Levi Johnston's turn to try his hand at dog raising public-style.
This idea isn't new. Bristol got a puppy. Her SarahPac-paid ghost-blogger (I’m assuming Sarah thinks any publicity with the name Palin attached qualifies as a political expenditure) put up a couple of posts – one to name the dog and another to stir up some sympathy and attention by announcing he was missing. No one really cared. Mitt Romney’s dog’s bowels created much bigger and longer lasting headlines this political season.
So, now it’s Levi’s turn. On his public Facebook, he shares the picture below of a female named Moose:
Now, I’m not much of a dog person, so I can’t say from experience exactly what kind of dog I would choose if I had a baby arriving in less than three months, but I do wish them well combining new parenthood with training what appears to be a Jack Russell terrier.
Levi has a new look, too. What’s with all the hair? It looks more natural on him than those Armani suits. This looks to be the Alaskan man his woman gushes about on Facebook. My guess is, this is as close to the real Levi 2012 as any Levi Johnston images published on the internet. He looks comfortable in his own skin (and hair).
The caption is captivating, isn't it? The kids will "be here soon.” Written for public consumption, it’s absolutely a message to the Palins. Levi and Sunny are going to have Tripp in their lives. So there. Bristol’s greed led to the reality show that did what no one else could do – document the mean spiritedness of Bristol Palin toward Levi Johnston in such a way as to make it inarguable that she is hurting their son with her inexhaustible campaign to hurt his father. Now a judge can see for herself what we knew was happening all along. (Levi, get thee to a judge.)
I’m looking forward to pictures of Tripp and the Jack Russell playing outside Levi and Sunny’s little house. (Yes, they have their own house. Contrary to Palin planted put-downs, Levi doesn’t live with his mother.) If they post ‘em, I’ll help them share ‘em.