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Archive for June 13th, 2012

Governor Palin and Bristol: Praying for Robin Roberts

Posted by Adrienne Ross on June 13, 2012

By Adrienne Ross – http://www.motivationtruth.com

Via Facebook, Governor Palin directs us to Bristol’s blog post about Robin Roberts, who is in need of our prayers:

Let’s keep Robin Roberts in our prayers as she undergoes treatment for a rare blood and bone marrow disorder. She’s a fighter, a good and fair broadcaster, and even a recent inductee into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame. If anyone can beat this, she can. Our prayers are with her.

Here’s what Bristol posted:

Though I’m never really excited about being on morning talk shows, I always look forward to seeing Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts. She’s kind, respectful, and her calm manner makes it much more comfortable to be on camera. She’s the most down to earth celeb I know! When I was in New York, I found out that Robin, a breast cancer survivor, is battling a blood and bone marrow disorder called myelodysplastic syndrome. This was likely caused by her cancer treatment. Here is her explanation of her situation:

VIEW VIDEO HERE

Bristol added:

Please join me as I pray that God gives her strength as she goes through “pre-treatment” and her bone marrow transplant. Also, I’m praying for her complete healing. We love you, Robin!

I’m agreeing in prayer with Governor Palin, Bristol, and many others. When I first saw the clip a couple days ago, I immediately began praying for Robin. Let’s all lift her up in full assurance that Jesus has all power, and with Him all things are possible.

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Bristol Palin: Why I’m Not On Twitter

Posted by Dr. Fay on June 13, 2012

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As the time for the debut of Bristol’s reality series approaches, the Twittersphere is predictably beginning to erupt with typical Palin Derangement Syndrome, as Bristol points out in this article on her blog.

Why I’m Not on Twitter

June 12, 2012 By Bristol Palin 28 Comments

I’m not on Twitter, but my name is definitely mentioned in Tweets.  For those of you who have read the comments on posts like “Mr. President, When Should I Expect Your Call?” and “Hail to the Chiefs: Malia and Sasha Obama,” you’re familiar with the hate that is thrown my way.  (You know, bullying in the name of tolerance and all.)

However, someone brought Michelle Malkin’s tweet to my attention tonight. She tweeted that it’s Time for a Bristol Palin HateFest on Twitter.

That, my friends, is why I’m not on Twitter. I love talking to you guys on Facebook and on this blog, but that’s as much of an internet presence as I need now.  For those of you who are on Twitter, please feel free to tweet out my posts and to spread some love for me there.

You can tell I need it!

UPDATE: Yes, I know she was pointing out the Twitter hate. Thanks, Michelle Malkin for pointing out the liberal hypocrisy! I appreciate your work!

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