Levi Johnston on Sarah Palin's decision not to run for president: 'I can sleep better at night'
"Maybe I can sleep better at night knowing that somebody like that isn't running my country," he tells Rumorfix. He says that she ducked out in forfeit. "She knew she had no chance of winning."
Johnston says that Palin's assertion that she plans to focus on her family more is "ridiculous." He adds, "Unless Sarah done changed -- she's never done that before -- that's clearly not it."
Yes, you read that right. Unless. Sarah. Done. Changed.
Palin has said that she'll lend her support to other candidates, a claim Johnston scoffs at. "I'm not sure how she's qualified enough to help other people run. She quit governor of Alaska, so I wouldn't want her advice helping me out." He does, however, defend his own reputation as a quitter. "I pulled out of the mayor's race at the age of 20 years old. It's a little different than becoming a governor and quitting Alaska after a year. I quit long in advance. I was not qualified for it. I grew up there. My son is going to grow up there. All I can do is help and try and help."