Palin Calls Levi Johnston’s Decision to Pose Nude, “Porn”

It’s scarier to think this dope almost became vice president.

from www.nypost.com – Sarah Palin came down hard on her grandson’s baby daddy Levi Johnston — saying it’s “heartbreaking to see the road he’s on right now.”

“By the way, I don’t know if we call him Levi — I hear he goes by the name ‘Ricky Hollywood’ now — so, if that’s the case, we don’t want to mess up this gig he’s got going,” Palin said during an appearance on Oprah. “The things that he’s doing. It’s kind of heartbreaking.”

When Oprah clarified that Johnston had recently decided to pose in the buff for Playgirl magazine, Palin hit below the belt.

“I call that porn, yes. So it’s a bit heartbreaking to see the road that he’s on right now,” she said of Johnson, who has been an outspoken critic of Palin since the election ended.

Palin’s sit-down interview coincided with today’s release of her 432-page book, “Going Rogue: An American Life.”

The book — already a bestseller on Amazon — is largely devoted to the GOP’s failed presidential campaign and incidents like the infamous interview with Katie Couric.

Asked about Johnston’s relationship with his son, Tripp, the former Alaska governor said, “He hasn’t seen the baby for a while, but we will let that be the discussion between Bristol and Levi as they work out their relationship. Because Levi will forever be the father of this beautiful little baby and I continue to hope for the best, and pray for Levi.”

As for politics, Palin said she’s not gearing up to run for president.

“I don’t know what I’m doing in 2012,” she said. “It’s not on my radar screen. In 2012, [my son] Trigg heads to Kindergarten and I’m focused on that.”

Palin also said she shouldn’t be blamed for John McCain’s loss.

“I don’t think I can be blamed for losing the race any more than I could have been credited for winning the race,” she told the daytime talk queen.

The conservative darling touched on a variety of topics — including how McCain’s handlers treated her — during her hour-long interview aimed at promoting the book.

She said she didn’t feel dissed about not being invited to Oprah’s show during last year’s campaign and that she was “naive” to think her pregnant daughter would not become a campaign issue.

Palin told Oprah she never felt snubbed by the talk queen, who backed President Obama.

“No offense, Oprah, but [at the time] it didn’t really register,” said Palin, who wore a turquoise jacket and black skirt during the interview taped last Thursday. “It wasn’t the center of my universe.”

Palin said she got a surprise phone call from the McCain camp asking her if she wanted to be the Arizona senator’s running mate.

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