Nell Scovell gets to the heart of the matter:
Two bright young women dominated headlines late last week. On the same day that Malala Yousafzai, 17, won the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize, Bristol Palin, 23, was cited in an Alaska police report for getting drunk at a party and punching her host "multiple times."
Bristol Palin's "heavily intoxicated" behavior had already prompted her famous mother to release a statement describing her daughter as "one of the strongest young women you'll ever meet." Sarah Palin went on to praise Bristol's "work ethic and heart for those less fortunate."
Sounds like the Nobel Committee gave that Peace Prize to the wrong gal.
Poor stupid Bristol. She just wanted to go to Arizona State, almost get a degree in communication, join a sorority, be on Girls Gone Wild (flashing only, the girl/girl stuff is sinful) maybe shoot casting couch video, marry a regional manager for Alamo Rent a Car, have lots of children, get a nanny, have an affair with the nanny, get a job being a feature reporter for the local Fox affiliate, divorce Rent-a-Car to be with the Nanny's boy friend, and maybe finish college when her kids are in high school.