Thursday, April 30, 2009
So, Miss California famously stated during the contest that she felt marriage should be between a man and a woman only. It's hardly an uncommon belief and she answered as she did knowing it would probably cost her the big crown. But now she seems to be skipping out on the jobs that go with the smaller one, and not answering calls about her AWOL tendencies.
But it seems rather flaky to me that having risen to a high profile by winning this contest she is ignoring the attached duties to go and be an anti-gay-marriage advocate. I mean, what kind of moral weight can she put behind her position?
“I’m going to do whatever it takes … to protect marriage,” the lady is quoted as saying. Because nothing speaks to how sacred and important the marriage contract issue than totally ignoring a contract with her employers, avoiding their calls and running away from the attached duties without so much as an explanation.
Calif. pageant eyes Prejean for contract violation (jumping on the story a week later)
Quoted for Awesomeness:
"If we have reached a point in the development of our society, where a beauty pageant contestant is disqualified for believing that marriage should be restricted to a union between a man and a woman, then shouldn't the President of the United States get the same treatment?" [Miss California and Liberal Babeophobia]
at 4:54 PM