It's true, folks.
Confused conservative Andrew Sullivan has just taken Sarah Palin's "BabyGate" mainstream:
Questions for the McCain-Palin campaign:
Where has Bristol Palin (far right, holding Trig, with a ring on her wedding finger) been for the past year? Has she been attending high school? Or was she absent because of infectious mononucleosis for between five and eight months, as is now being reported on the Internet?
Why would a 43 year old woman, on her fifth pregnancy, with a Down Syndrome child, after her amniotic fluid has started to leak, not go to the nearest hospital immediately, even if she was in Texas for a speech?
Why would she not only not go to the hospital in Texas, but take an eight-hour plane flight to Seattle and then Anchorage?
Why would she choose to deliver the baby not in the nearest major facility in Anchorage but at a much smaller hospital near her home-town?
Why did the flight attendants on the trip home say she bore no signs of being pregnant?...
So Andrew Sullivan says it's reasonable to ask these questions.
If this breaks into the MSM, it's all but over folks. Sarah Palin will never be the same, whether it's true or not.
This isn't just some unseemly DKos nut now... it's a widely read pundit.
Read it and weep, Karl. (Rove, that is.;)
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