Hollywood Elite Still Kicking Christian Beauty

E! Online asks, “Is Miss California the New Joe the Plumber?”

miss california carrie prejean

Still reeling from Carrie Prejean’s audacity of truth, Hollywood media types like E! Online writer, Leslie Gornstein, took a reader’s comment and pinned it as her story’s top centerpiece. The pro-traditional marriage bashing continues…

Now that Miss California has spoken out against gay marriage, is she the next Joe the Plumber or what? —Heather, Butte, Mont.

Gornstein leads after the reader comment:

If you’re asking whether anti-gay-marriage groups have wrapped their Jesus-lovin’ arms around Carrie Prejean’s perfectly tanned spine, the answer is: They certainly are trying.

Lawsuit? Dating Michael Phelps?

Uppity-ups in the Republican party also tell me Prejean definitely will be approached by some arm of theirs, though whether she’ll be game is another story. She may be too busy suing Donald Trump or (possibly) dating Michael Phelps to participate…

Gornstein, you obviously missed the part where Prejean said she will be praying for Perez Hilton and that she feels sorry for him. Hardly the opening salvo of an impending lawsuit. Phelps? I don’t get it. You must be striving for SEO (Search Engine Optimization)… or throwing in the bong factor.

Sorry, Gornstein, this particular blond is already a success story. No amount of dumb-beauty-queens-don’t-ever-make-it spin you give your readers will stick to this woman.

Is she the new Joe the Plumber? Please attempt giving this beautiful, intelligent woman some respect. It would be the right thing to do!


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Trump okays firing of Miss California Prejean




6 thoughts on “Hollywood Elite Still Kicking Christian Beauty

  1. While I don’t necessarily agree with Ms Prejean’s answer, I defend her right to say it. Ithink what most of the Media has conveniently forgotten is that there is Free Speech in this country. Everyone is entitled to their opinion and to state it, be it popular or not. For years, our soldiers have fought and died to protect our right to free speech. Ms Prejean was between a rock and a hard place no matter which way she answered.

  2. Why is there such controversery about this? They asked her a question and she answered truthfully and most of America agrees with her, President Obama included. Did they want her to lie? Even the audience liked her answer, listen to the applause her answer received, it was quite bigger than the applause Perez received when he stated that there were 4 states that legalized gay marriage. She says she loves him and he calls her a b…. we can all see who has hatred in them.

  3. I think it’s deplorable that the “simple” Christian girl gets to pick and choose her “beliefs.”

    For instance, in 1 Timothy 2:9 it states:
    In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety; not with broided hair, or gold, or pearls, or costly array;

    Matthew 5:27-28
    “You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall not commit adultery.’ But I say to you that everyone who looks at a woman with lustful intent has already committed adultery with her in his heart.

    Proverbs 7:10
    And behold, the woman meets him, dressed as a prostitute, wily of heart.

    Proverbs 11:22
    Like a gold ring in a pig’s snout is a beautiful woman without discretion.

  4. @hahnathome…
    I believe Carrie is a Christian and as a Christian myself, I support her despite any sins or indiscretions. I take His word that those who follow Jesus are one body and are brothers and sisters seriously. I would not show disrespect to my sister in Christ.

    If you have doubts about her faith, go to Rock Church in San Diego’s Web site. It is her home church and led by a fantastic pastor…her current adviser during this time.

  5. I think its deplorable that the ‘simple’ hahnathome doesn’t realize religions have been ‘picking and chosing’ their beliefs since christ died. So mormons can have multiple wives and witnesses can let their young die in lieu of blood transfusions and ‘hahnathomes’ can be supercilious.
    See you on judgement day, dude, but a piece of advice:
    try not to show up so smug…

  6. I don’t really agree with her answer – I feel as though we should let gay people be just as unhappy in marriage as the rest of us. It simply wouldn’t affect my life so why should I care what someone else does? Let them have the same rights as other people and be done with it for goodness sakes. Let’s move on.

    Anyways, she’s free to say whatever she wants, and she did. No lynch mob, nobody shooting at her. America’s freedom at work. Of course, how dare anyone speak out against her. It’s totally appropriate for her to say what she feels, but it’s not appropriate for other people to exercise the same right?

    And it’s not as if the response is disproportionate. She made her answer on live, public television. The response to her has also been made on public television. This wasn’t something she said at a quiet dinner at home where someone was secretly taping her and made it public. (Although even if it were, people are within their rights to respond in any way they wish. But you get the point.)

    It’s a double standard. She can speak out against gay marriage, but other cannot speak out against her. What gives?

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