Skip to comments.Miss California’s Unforgivable Mistake
Posted on 04/27/2009 7:44:21 AM PDT by Victory111
Unhappy truth that it is, the self-anointed intellectual giants called liberals never quit adding chapters to the book of their arrogant hypocrisy. Here are the latest additions.
As you most likely know, Miss USA Pageant judge Perez Hilton was so offended by the crude, stupid quality of Carrie Prejeans answer to his question about same sex marriage that next morning he couldnt resist the compulsion to inform the world about its intellectual deficiencies in the manner by which liberals give these kinds of lectures:
So it was that he called Miss California a dumb bitch later making it known he was thinking something uglier.
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I believe it is Mr./Ms.? Perez who is the dumb Beitch.
This was of course only the latest edition of the effort by Perez to convince Americans that homosexuality is a great thing.
IMO it backfired and showed what a hypocritical group of rump rangers they are.
“So it was that he called Miss California a dumb bitch later making it known he was thinking something uglier.” - Had she called him a “dumb fag”...well, you get the picture...
Bizarre for him to ask her a political question and then say that only one answer is “non-political” and the other, acceptable answer is not. But this is, actually, how liberals think. They don’t think liberal views are either liberal OR political. They are simply correct.
But if “perez hilton” thinks she can only represent ALL people by agreeing with gay marriage, how would that represent people who DO NOT want gay marriage?
(Like hilLIARy clinton and barack ‘barry’ hussein soerto obama)
and may the whole bunch of them ride their Baloney Ponies into the Sunset...
Miss perez is disgusting.
Oops, typo. Oh well.
When the question is about a moral question that is being decided in the political arena, it's kind of hard to leave politics and religion out of your answer.
POwer to Prejean! You go girl!
I thought they were supposedly doing a better job of screening out those evil God-fearing candidates before they got that far.
Miss California is a National Hero in my book.
He said that she didn’t answer the question he asked. However, he is wrong about that. She did answer it directly at the very beginning of her answer. She said she was glad people had the opportunity to vote on the issue in various States.
Or something like that.
When she was being interviewed on Hannity’s TV show last week, I was thinking she looks a lot like the Fox infobabes. Maybe she’ll have a future there. In the end, she’ll prevail in this whole ordeal and God will reward her for her brave stand.
I’m no prude by any means, but I do wonder why a committed Christian would be on the pageant circuit. I don’t care; I just wonder.
I know there are rules.
Because not all religious people think the human body is innately immoral and sinful, I guess.
They should just put on the Miss America application form what beliefs you are required to have to enter the contest.
“Because not all religious people think the human body is innately immoral and sinful, I guess.”
I didn’t say “religious”; I said “committed Christian”. Huge difference.
Homosexual men don’t like women all that much. For example, they are envious of their fashion sense, for starters.
30 Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting;
but a woman who fears the LORD is to be praised.
Miss CA is, for all intents, a professional model. That isn’t evil, but it isn’t exactly the most admirable of roles for a woman.
You must have missed the verse that says, “Let your beauty be outwardly, that men might adore you.”
I’m not sure where it is found...
NOT GUILTY! Thanks and new picture.
Sure, sometimes, but not here, and not the distinction I was make.
To make it more direct, not all committed Christians share your (apparent) belief that being in a pageant is contrary to being a committed Christian.
Indeed, I would suspect you’d be in the distinct minority.
“That isnt evil, but it isnt exactly the most admirable of roles for a woman.”
Sure, she’s not curing cancer, but maybe she’s not gifted in that way.
Her gift (or one of her gifts) is beauty.
in my opinion, her experience shows just exactly why she should be there... not just her, but other committed Christians... we've given away too much: television and other media, education, medicine, science... even Hollywood...
In her defense, I’ll say that she seems to be making good use of where she is at - so maybe God did indeed put her there. I would not, however, hold it up as a desirable route for most pretty girls to follow.
Poor choice of words, since everyone knows the two you mentioned were lying when they said that.
However, large majorities in every state HAVE voted against state recognition of pretend marriages, so Ms. Prejean was not only not wrong to express herself, she also expressed the position of the majority, demonstrated over and over again, even in California.
The media is making it seem like she blurted out a view only held by a tiny and despised minority. Elections tell a different story - as they say, when the flag drops, the BS stops.
i agree... and it's a good thing she was there to have that opportunity...
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