This is priceless:
The guy is right. Bristol Palin has no dancing talent.
But think about what's happening here and tell me if it sounds familiar:
Producers in the media decided to give Bristol Palin, someone who has absolutely zero experience and zero talent in the field of dancing, a chance to compete on their dancing show. She's not even a "star" really, she describes herself as a "teen activist." The producers don't care. They say she has potential and is likeable. TV producers only care about what will make a good storyline - what will interest their viewers enough to make them care. To make them watch. The producers have decided that Bristol will have a shot, so they give her access and before anyone realizes what's going on, she's the most talked about and celebrated person on the show despite the fact that everyone agrees she has no real dancing talent. Week after week, she keeps winning the vote despite dismal reviews from the experienced dancing judges who tell everyone that her technique basically sucks and that she has no idea what she's doing on the dance floor.
Perhaps now that this story is framed in the context of the media, they'll understand why so many people are upset with the media malpractice during the 2008 election. But look on the bright side: At least Bristol Palin won't be handed keys to the most powerful office in the world at the end of the show.