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Levi Johnston Says He’s Qualified To Run For Mayor Of Wasilla


Oh, Levi Johnston. The ladies of “The View” took him to task yesterday morning over his plan to run for mayor. When they asked him about his qualifications, his response was, “Qualifications for mayor? There really are none. You’ve got to live in city limits for one year. You don’t need a high school diploma, which I’m working on anyway … I believe anybody [can be mayor]. You gotta listen to the people. I’ll go around and talk to people like any other mayor.” From there, Sherri Shepherd asked him if he might be hurting the people by running against someone with more experience. Oh, and then Whoopi asked what his platform is. “At this point in time, I couldn’t tell you,” he said. Please let the people of Wasilla turn out in record numbers to vote against this guy in 2011. [PopEater] Keep reading »

Levi Johnston Runs For Mayor Of Wasilla In New Reality Show “Loving Levi”

It is really happening, people, and it will be terrifying: Levi Johnston‘s proposed reality show will follow his run for mayor of Wasilla, Alaska, as he tries to juggle fatherhood and that sterling “Hollywood career” of his. This trainwreck will be called “Loving Levi: The Road To The Mayor’s Office” and a pilot is being filmed by Scott Stone and David Weintraub, two reality TV veterans. No networks are attached to “Loving Levi” just yet. However, the last line on Scott & Co.’s resume was TLC’s “Extreme Food Sculpting.”

Pardon us if we’re slow to hobble over to the Tivo. Keep reading »

Victims Charged For Rape Kits In Wasilla, Alaska

While Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin was mayor of her hometown of Wasilla, the city charged rape victims for their own rape examinations and her police chief fought to continue the practice as late as 2000. Wasilla was the only city to continuously resist a state law requiring cities to foot the bill for the exams, while Palin was in office from 1996 to 2000, said former State Representative Eric Croft, a Democrat who sponsored the legislation. A state law did however ban the practice in 2000. As the Republican Vice Presidential nominee, Palin often discusses her record as mayor of Wasilla, population approximately 7,000, which has led to close scrutiny of that record. Wasilla’s practice of billing rape victims for their rape exams while Palin was in office has gotten a great deal of coverage on the web and in the mainstream media. However, the question that keeps coming up is whether Palin knew of the practice and the police chief’s determination to continue it. Keep reading »

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