p>Good morning, all! Well, it’s Monday, and you know what that means – it’s time to get those ISO suits on and spin that biohazard-marked airlock door lock. It’s time for more Freudian slips from the unchecked id of the “conservative” fringe.
Let me take you back in time a bit:
Posted onSaturday, September 19, 2009 3:06:15 PM bySteelfish
Carrie Prejean to Values Voter Summit: ‘God Chose Me’ With the Gay-Marriage Question
September 18, 2009
easy to make fun of beauty queens — their plastic smiles, their
bottle-blond tresses, their dreams for world peace. But Carrie Prejean,
the former Miss California whose declaration that marriage should be
between a man and woman earned her the vilification of some in the gay
rights community, provided an unanticipated emotional highlight at a
conference of Christian conservatives in Washington today.
heartfelt talk that moved some in the crowd to tears, Prejean recounted
for the 1,700 activists gathered for the Family Research Council’s
Values Voter Summit in Washington how distressing it was to go from
shoo-in for Miss USA to not only losing, but being reviled and mocked
for the answer on gay marriage she gave to pageant judge Perez Hilton,
the celebrity gossip blogger.
“I knew as soon as I didn’t give the PC answer, I knew there was no way I would become Miss USA,” said Prejean, 22.
had gone into the pageant in April believing herself to be the
front-runner, and had spent months preparing: she had makeup coaches,
walking coaches, accent modification coaches. For the
question-and-answer portion of the pageant, she felt more than prepared
because she had studied 500 questions. But then came Hilton’s question.
“Vermont recently became the fourth state to legalize gay
marriage. Do you think every state should follow suit? Why or why not?”
“I saw all my prep fly by me,” said Prejean.
Woo Hoo! The Freeperati are feeling that tingle going up their collective leg fer sure!
She’s a bimbo, trophy wife candidate, self-abuse material, and “values voter” all wrapped up in one neat plastic package – what’s not to love?
She’s a class act. And if you look at the
answer she gave that pervert, it was not even disrespectful, since she
said something to the effect that she thought that marriage should be
between a man and a woman but that other were entitled to think
So she really didn’t say “I’m right and you’re wrong,” the way that perve and his media supporters did.
div class=”a2″>p>To: pyx
I crrrrrrringed when she talked about
“respect” and “honor” of the promiscuous, disease ridden, deviant
homosexual lifestyle. The sodomites hate you as it is Ms. Prejean, go
ahead and call it like it is.
div class=”a2″>p>To: Friendofgeorge
Who are you to criticize another man’s
servant? The most beautiful thing about Miss Prejean is her character.
In an instant, doing what was right was more important to her than
fulfilling her personal ambition, that she had worked so hard to get.
She is a wonderful example to us all. She loves God more than her own
life. The pageant was unworthy of her.