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Margaret Cho talks to Joy Behar abour her accusations that Sarah Palin forced Bristol to be on Dancing with the Stars:
"I think she's a very really girl. I have no problem with her whatsoever. What I do have a problem with is Sarah Palin running for president and using reality TV as her platform. She should just be open about it."
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Margaret Cho's assertion this week that Bristol Palin's mother pressured her onto Dancing With the Stars prompted a response from Ms. Palin, one that has people wondering if the 20-year old took a jab at Cho's bisexuality.
Though insistent she and Bristol are friends, Cho wrote on her blog that "someone who should really know" told her Bristol was forced onto the hit ABC show, and asserted, "The only reason Bristol was on the show was because Sarah Palin forced her to do it."
"Sarah supposedly blames Bristol harshly and openly (in the circles that I heard it from) for not winning the election," Cho claimed. "And so she told Bristol she 'owed' it to her to do DWTS so that 'America would fall in love with her again' and make it possible for Sarah Palin to run in 2012."
Well, Bristol responded on Facebook last night and, following Cho's suit, reiterated that the women are friends, but remains "taken aback" by the comedienne's comments.
"I will give my friend credit for creativity, and extra points for getting so many 'facts' wrong in so few sentences," wrote Palin. "Let me be blunt: my mom did not 'force' me to go on DWTS. She did not ask me either. The show approached me."
Palin goes on to declare "politics had nothing to do with [my decision]." She also argued, "I seriously doubt anyone who considers herself a student of American politics truly believes I impacted even one vote in that election."
Noah's Ark's Darryl Stephens, Margaret Cho, LGBTQIA University of Cincinnati students, alumni and staff, and Gloria Estefan lend their voices to the "It Gets Better" campaign.
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