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King: So what happened?
Johnston: I don’t know what happened. I think somewhere along the lines, we just weren’t hitting it off anymore and…
King: But they won’t let you see your kid?
Johnston: No. I can go over there and see him. But it’s kind of an uncomfortable thing for me to go over there. You know, I want to be able to take him and do that kind of thing, go do the father thing with him and I can’t.
King: Why can’t you?
Johnston: You know, I’m not sure.
King: Do you have a lawyer?
King: Why not?
Johnston: We’re not in a big fight with the Palins. I still like the family very much. I think we can work things out. I don’t think either one of us want to go to lawyers and try to fight for custody and stuff like this.
King: But then why can’t you take your baby for a weekend?
Johnston: I don’t know.
King: But you’re not interested in finding out legally why you can?
Johnston: I am. If it keeps going like this, I think we’re going to have to. …
King: Now, [upon] further reflection, you might have a lawyer?
Johnston: Yes, I do.
Well, that was an indepth interview, huh?
King: We told the Palin camp that Levi Johnston would be our guest tonight and asked for a comment. We got this response today from Megan Stapleton, the Palin family spokesperson: “Bristol is focused on going to college, raising Tripp and advocating abstinence.”
How do you advocate abstinence when you are a unwed teenage mother? Have I mentioned I thank God everyday that Sarah wasn’t elected?