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Bristol Palin apparently doesn’t take rejection well As Bristol Palin was uninvited from speaking at Washington University, the decision apparently did not sit well with her.

Her lawyer reportedly released a statement on her behalf, states

“Bristol is deeply disappointed that an institution that publicly claims to “listen to diverse and sometimes conflicting perspectives, to contribute rigorous academic standards and unbiased scholarship to discussions, and to encourage a civil discourse in which a pluralistic society can respectfully address complex and difficult issues” would withdraw an invitation to a speaker because of “uproar” over their assumed content of her message or even worse, because of her last name,” read part of the statement.

Her appearance was reportedly protested due to her high fee and because students didn’t feel she was an expert or an appropriate speaker for sexual education.

Do you think Bristol Palin should have been allowed to speak?

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One Comment

  • February 5, 2011 | Permalink |

    I am totally behind the protesters in this case, the young lady is trying to cash in on her last name. She has no formal education and her only line of expertize is something that comes naturally to all of us. To give the impression to our children that teenage pregnancy’s and to loosely play with marriage as she has in the last two years is a something you can make a professional living from is what we find to be the worst of all of this. It is hard enough to bring up children these days, Miss BP being a perfect example of that, that we don’t need any public figure wanna-be’s from political families cashing in on the backs of hard working college attending students who look to their universities for proper education and not just publicity stunts or because someone on the board might like her mother. Kudos to the students who protested, as well as you should have, thank you for calling out this shenanigan of an attempt to cash in.

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