Bristol Palin has released a new anti-teen pregnancy PSA.
That alone is the height of hypocrisy, but her profound message takes it to a new level. According to Bristol, you're not privileged as she, so you can't get away with it.
"What if I didn't come from a famous family?" she asks in the PSA for the Candie's Foundation, which bears the name of skimpy clothing line for teenage girls.
"What if I didn't have all their support? What if I didn't have all these opportunities? Believe me, it wouldn't be pretty," Bristol Palin adds before delivering the clincher:
"Pause before you play."
If only she had told Levi Johnston that back in 2008, she would be much better off. Or not, seeing that she keeps milking her unwed teen mom status for fiscal gain.
MY FAMILY'S RICH! This is essentially Bristol Palin's rationale for why it's okay Levi Johnston knocked her up, and why you shouldn't follow in her naked footsteps.
Gotta love effectively preaching a double standard in a PSA. Brilliant.
The 19-year-old Palin, who last year was appointed "Teen Pregnancy Ambassador" (you cannot make this crap up) for the foundation, appears alongside son Tripp in the campaign, which officially rolls out in print and video form next month.
May is National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month after all. No word on whether Jamie Lynn Spears is also filming compelling, heartfelt PSAs like this one.
It's hard to imagine a way in which this crusade won't work. We can just see teen girls pondering Bristol's sage advice: "Hmmm, Bristol admits she's okay because she's rich and famous. But, wow, I'm not! She's right, let me refrain from sex."
Get ready to watch teen pregnancy rates plummet.