As her Miss USA gay marriage debacle finally seems to be winding down, Miss California Carrie Prejean has been offered and has accepted a spot to guest host ‘Fox and Friends’ on May 27th for the 6 AM to 7 AM time slot. She’s subbing for 1989 Miss America, Gretchen Carlson.
I think this is certainly a great oppurtunity for Ms. Prejean. She certainly has the talent to do a great job. I have to say, I’m guilty of accepting the air-headed stereotype of beauty pageant girls; however, Carrie is not at all that, but very intelligent and she will do a great job on ‘Fox and Friends’. I sucked it up and watched Hannity (He’s the only FOX News anchor I can’t handle, besides Geraldo of course. But no one likes him.) the other day to see his interview with her and she did a great job. She seems like a really intelligent young lady, and I’m glad this oppurtunity presented itself. Hopefully this will lead to more for Ms. Prejean!
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In case you missed the clip you can watch it here.
I have to say that I don’t think the question was fair. It was asked by a gay gossip blogger, who was clearly not thrilled when she said she believed marriage was between a man and a woman. He then gave Carrie a zero for her answer, which no doubt played a large part in her losing the competition. Do you think this is fair? Vote below in today’s poll of the day!
I am pleased to announce that California’s Carrie Prejean is the latest recipient of The Conservative Journal Seal of Approval!
Ms. Prejean spoke out with her conservative beliefs even though she knew they would be unpopular with gay judge Perez Hilton, which is something not everyone would do. Not only does she win this award for standing up for what she believes in, but also for how she said it. She wasn’t rude or condescending, and handled herself very well on the Miss USA stage when answering the question. The fact that this question more than likely cost her the competition is quite upsetting, but I am still proud of Ms. Prejean for standing up for conservative values and not wavering from what she has known her whole life. If only more people were like her!
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