Will Teens Believe Bristol Palin's Anti-Teen Preggers Message?

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In Bristol Palin's ad for The Candie's Foundation to prevent teen pregnancy, she asks, "What if I didn't come from a famous family? What if I didn't have all their support?" The daughter of ex-vice presidential hopeful Sarah Palin then warns teens to "pause before you play."

We think it's great that Bristol's using her experience as a teen mom to educate other teens about the consequences of having sex, but is Bristol the best person to be dishing out advice on the topic?

She asks questions like, "What if I didn't have all these opportunities?" but she does. Her family is wealthy, she gets to be on the cover of People Magazine with her baby Tripp, and she's also guest-starring on The Secret Life of the American Teenager.
Taking all of that into account, it doesn't seem like Bristol has a realistic grasp of how difficult it is to be a teen mom. Then again, that seems to be the point. Would you have preferred if the ad featured someone less famous, like one of the moms from Teen Mom who don't have much money to support themselves and their baby? %Poll-44293%

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