Bristol Palin sure knows how to pick them. After splitting with her child’s father, Levi Johnston, Bristol moved on to find a new love. Well, she’s found one and it’s hard to imagine she could do any worse.

Like her, Bristol’s new beau hails from Wasilla, Alaska. Giancinto Paoletti goes by the nickname “Gino” and works for a company called Refrigeration Unlimited.

What does Gino enjoy to do in his spare time? Well, according to his Facebook page: being racist and a jerk.

Screenshots from his Facebook wall show Gino is fond of calling his boys ‘nigga’, arguing with friends over whether or not he would sleep with a girl who is “250 and has down sindrome” (his spelling).

So those are his likes. But Gino’s dislikes?  For one, watching his girlfriend’s mother star in her TLC reality show, “Sarah Palin’s Alaska.” On his wall, Gino referrs to the the reality show to as “Idiot’s of Alaska” (truly ironic misuse of the apostrophe here).

Back in February, Bristol gushed to E! about Gino, saying he was a winner:

“He’s a family guy. He’s a Christian. We have all the same religious beliefs and our families both come first in our lives, and we just have a lot in common.”

Well, she is still sticking by that assessment, then we have no reason to think it isn’t true…Oh and this last tidbit: Prior to dating Bristol, Gino dated her ex-boyfriends’ sister, Mercedes Johnson.

Wasilla really is a small town.

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  • marais morris

    @tomi ogundayo did you see the operative words in my post? those words were: SARAH PALIN. this is not just about the things discussed by those posting their opinions on blacks who use that word, hispanics, young people, the hip hop influence — whatever. no, this is really about SARAH PALIN. KWIM?????

  • Lauren

    @jessica
    Oh I thought it was SOLELY because of rappers!

  • Jon

    @Jessica,

    “I don’t hear hispanics and other non-blacks and whites calling themselves degrading words,”

    Are you serious?!! You have never heard Hispanics calling each other Esse or white ethnics using slang with one another like Polak or Mick?! Wow, maybe you need to expand your social circles and get a clue about how people use these words. …Maybe I shouldn’t be so hard on you. Maybe it’s more of a guy thing. But, FYI there are plenty of non-blacks who use ethnic/”racial” terms in affectionate ways.