Friday, January 21, 2011

Todd Palin’s Affair With Shailey Tripp ! Full Coverage

Todd Mitchell Palin (born September 6, 1964)[3] is the husband of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, the 2008 vice-presidential nominee of the Republican Party. He is an American oil field production operator, commercial fisherman and champion snowmobile racer, winning the Tesoro Iron Dog race four times.Did Todd Palin cheat on Sarah Palin with a female massage therapist named Shaiely Tripp? That’s the story that’s hitting news outlets all over the world this morning.

The National Enquirer reveals in a headline today that Todd Palin is in the middle of a sex scandal that could rock the world and, finally, leave Sarah Palin speechless.The tabloid is not only reporting that Todd Palin is cheating on his wife but that he’s cheating on her with a massage therapist who was recently busted for prostitution – classy.

Palin was First Gentleman (or "First Dude," as he was often nicknamed) for two and a half years. Early on in that role, he encouraged young Alaskans who could not afford college to consider jobs in the oil and gas industry as an effective training ground, and advised the Governor on workforce development issues for the natural gas pipeline she supported.n February 2010, the state of Alaska released to reporter Bill Dedman about 1,200 e-mails, which totalled 3,000 pages, that Palin exchanged with state officials.

Almost 250 additional ones were withheld by the state, under a claim that executive privilege extends to Palin as an unpaid adviser to the government.I immediately dismissed the newspaper and told her how it certainly was not true because there were no aliens here on earth and she should feel safe. She sort of believed me but kept repeating “But it said it in the paper.”

It is not an easy task to help a four-year-old decipher truth from hyperbole in the news. It seems to get worse with every passing day. You would think that adults would have gotten past this stage but we all know that certain friend or relative who thrives on the spreading rumors. We teach our kids not to tattle or lie, or say mean things about classmates. At a certain point, it seems this advice goes out the window with many kids during the teenage years when rumors not only run rampant but become a source of bullying as well.

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