Bristol Palin Thinks People Care About Her Feelings On Gay Marriage

Bristol Palin, Sarah Palin's daughter, has let her feeling out about President Obama coming out in support of gay marriage.  Single mom's have an impossible job. And teen pregnancy is no laughing matter.  Single moms and dads deserve every ounce of respect anyone can muster.  Bristol Palin though, has come out again the President and his support of same sex marriage.  Sighting that a baby needs both a mother and a father.  See the confusion?  In her blog, that was directed at President Obama's daughters because of their supposed role in helping their dad's position on same-sex marriage "evolve" (Obama said his daughters have friends with same-sex parents).  Bristol said, quote, "In this case, it would've been helpful for him to explain to Malia and Sasha that while her friends parents are no doubt lovely people, that's not a reason to change thousands of years of thinking about marriage.  In this case, it would've been nice if the President would've been an actual leader and helped shape their thoughts instead of merely reflecting what many teenagers think after one too many episodes of 'Glee'."

Opinions being what they are, she is more than welcome to hers.  Thank you for sharing Bristol.

Howard Stern Says American Idol Judges Are Selfish Because They Aren't Critical Enough

Without Simon Cowell on the panel American Idol Judges have been pretty safe with their critiques of this year's contestants.  And Howard Stern doesn't think that's right.

Howard Stern was on the Today show talking about his being a judge on Americas Got Talent.

--He said, "I'm an honest judge and that's what I think America needs.  No more of this kind of 'Oh, everyone's wonderful' . . . everyone can't be wonderful. It's a talent competition, and what I'm going to offer the contestants is a way to win the competition. I watch 'American Idol' sometimes, and those three judges, they don't have a word of criticism.  And I think that's selfish.  I think you owe it to the contestants to offer criticism."


What do you think?

Awkward Mother's Day Survey

The most awkward thing to ask anyone? "Who do you love more?"  Any response just feels wrong.  A new Mother's Day survey asked women who they love more, their KIDS or their HUSBAND? Answering "I love them both the same" wasn't an option.

The results:

75% of mothers said they love their KIDS more than their HUSBAND.

The surveyors  also asked people if they loved their mother or father  more.  They did, however, give the option "I love them both the same."

Even so 43% said they love their mom more than their dad . . . 13% love their dad more than their mom.  The rest took the easy answer.