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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?
David Shuster talks to Margaret Carlson about whether there is any legal basis for the request by Sarah Palin and the Alaskan state Republican party for a special election. Apparently they think Uncle Ted Stevens should have a chance to win his seat back and that Mark Begich should resign.
Sarah Palin‘s sister-in-law is accused of breaking into a house not once, but twice to steal money.
Anchorage police say Diana Palin was arrested Thursday after she allegedly broke into a house where the gun-toting homeowner was waiting. She faces two counts of felony burglary and misdemeanor counts of criminal trespass and theft.
What a hick!