Carrie Prejean’s Closeup

Jim Burroway

November 13th, 2009

Ah yes. It seems like only yesterday:

  • Peter LaBarbera hailed Carrie Prejean as one who “sought to please God rather than politically-correct man.”
  • Randy Thomasson gushed that she “is the #1 voice in America educating people that there is a war against free speech and against marriage.”
  • Joseph Farah of WorldNetDaily called Prejean “an example for all believers torn between conformity to the world’s standards and honoring God’s standards.”
  • The National Organization for Marriage’s Maggie Gallagher signed her up as spokesperson for the organization, saying she was, “very proud of [Carrie] and look forward to cheering from the sidelines about all the important things she will accomplish and all the people she will inspire to speak truth to power.”
  • Brian Brown boasted that “She\’s a young woman of great beauty who chose truth over the glittering tiara that Hollywood offers… her values are in the right place.”

I guess that “right place” must be her chicha, if her 30 nude photos and eight sex tapes are any indication:

On one tape Carrie is wearing just a flowing white blouse as she touches her own body in an alluring manner.  Carrie can be heard moaning on a few of the tapes.

In her newly released book Carrie wrote, “God gave us our bodies, and it\’s perfectly right that we use them in ways where we can give glory to God by making our bodies, our temples of the Holy Spirit, strong and fast.”

An example of Prejean “giving glory to God” may be coming to a porn site near you. She may need to pursue that career option more fully now that her book tour has been canceled.

Rob Lll

November 13th, 2009

Proof that there is a God. Or at least a Santa Claus.

Jason D

November 13th, 2009

the funny thing is that I (and probably a lot of BTB readers) wouldn’t really care about this if

1. She didn’t throw herself out there as some type of family values, bible-strong Christian warrior.

2. She would stop lying constantly.

Burr

November 13th, 2009

I really didn’t care what she said at the pageant, despite all the undeserved hype it got.

It’s everything she did after with the grandstanding, lying, and hypocrisy that really got on my nerves. She didn’t do her job and got fired. Simple as that. I’m so happy the pity parade just got rained on.

Trovore

November 13th, 2009

I think we’re missing the big picture here: she oogly.

Emily K

November 14th, 2009

Jason D’s right. I wouldn’t give a damn if she didn’t make herself out to be some kind of martyr facing down “everybody else,” as if she always had this identity.

A beauty pageant contestant had done things to get attention in her past?? shock! And also, people do these things because they’re people, and that’s that.

But I have doubts as to how much the religious right will find her a liability instead of an asset. She can just say “I ask Jesus for forgiveness” and the Christians will say “she has repented and is now on a true, new journey in christ” blah blah blah. It’s very convenient.

Richard Rush

November 14th, 2009

I think Carrie has earned a heartfelt tribute:

Carrie first sought fame as a beauty queen,
Then joined with the pious anti-gay scene.
She had been Still Standing,
But now it’s hard landing,
As she gets her fame as a porno queen.

James Probis

November 14th, 2009

Honestly, it’s not even the hypocrisy that is so infuriating. It’s the pathetic, mewling victim act that makes me hate her.
You don’t get to whine about the reaction after you spit in people’s faces, bitch. You don’t get to promote hatred and discrimination and then whine about it when people don’t approve. Sh*t, at least Fred Phelps is honest about what he is, unlike this useless **** and all of her ilk. They are not just bigots, but cowards who are unwilling to accept the scorn they earn.

homer

November 14th, 2009

She promoted herself as being so much better than those damned homosexuals. Really, I don’t understand why some Christians have to elevate themselves by putting other decent people down.

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