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Thursday, May 14, 2009

Miss California, Carrie Prejean and the Democratic Spectacle

Never has an answer to a beauty Pageant question caused such an uproar and highlighted Democrat's hypocrisy as nicely as Miss California, Carrie Prejean's answer about her personal belief that "marriage" should be between a man and a women.

No different, as has been pointed out countless times, the most recent by Sarah Palin, than the stance of Barack Obama and many Democrats themselves.

Palin's statement from her website:

The liberal onslaught of malicious attacks against Carrie Prejean for expressing her opinion is despicable.

Carrie and I spoke soon after the attacks started; I can relate as a liberal target myself. What I find so remarkable is that these politically-motivated attacks fail to show that what Carrie and I believe is also what President Obama and Secretary Clinton believe - marriage is between a man and a woman.

I applaud Donald Trump for standing with Carrie during this time. And I respect Carrie for standing strong and staying true to herself, and for not letting those who disagree with her deny her protection under the nation's First Amendment Rights.

Our Constitution protects us all - not just those who agree with the far left.

Governor Sarah Palin

Palin would know about liberal onslaughts as the left went after her own family, her children no less, when she was the vice presidential choice to run with John McCain.

After Donald Trump weighed in, deciding to side with Prejean (video of Trump and Prejean at that link), the story that wouldn't go away, got bigger and has liberals infighting, such as Taylor Marsh taking Keith Olbermann to task for his misogyny:

Memo to Keith Olbermann: have been given augmentation for pageants for years. Do your homework if you’re going to cover such drivel.

Better yet, spend your time in covering Roxana Siberi, the gassing of young Afghan girls in school, or the film about stoning in Iran. Maybe even the slam against Judge Sotomayor, or perhaps the plight of Dawn Johnsen getting stuck in limbo?

Keith Olbermann can’t cover those subjects, now can he. Because he would be compelled to actually do a positive story about , something he just can’t bring himself to do. “WFT?”, indeed.

In case you haven't a clue what Marsh is talking about, here is Olbermann's idiocy for all to see:

Bottom line here is this.... Prejean was asked a question, gave her answer and her opinion, which she is entitled to, and has been relentlessly attacked by the left for it ever since.

I guess free speech, to the left, is only a right if that speech agrees with them 100 percent.