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6/10/09

AP: Miss California "Stirred Up Trouble For Herself"

The Associated Press starts their report on the firing of Carrie Prejean with the absurd statement: She "stirred up trouble for herself when she said gays shouldn't be allowed to marry."

AP then flips around and quotes the Miss America officials who said she wasn't fired because of those remarks. Yea. BS.

AP fails to report that Miss California officials have been harassing Prejean, causing severe conflict between them and her about what events she should attend. Trump said she skipped 30 events.

I'm curious exactly what events she was supposed to attend but didn't. So far I haven't seen one news report name any.

8 comments:

Erica said...

Anyone who flaunts her new breast implants in inappropriate pictures should not continue to hold the crown, regardless of her political views. I've completely lost respect for her. And you're obsession with her on the and the good sense blog is kinda disturbing.

Dr B said...
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Erica said...

B, You "couldn't care less about what she chooses to do with her body or what pictures she takes"? We have a porn industry in this country that currently does far more damage to marriage and family than the threat of gay marriage. What she does with her body and pictures of it DOES MATTER. It's crap like that and an indifferent attitude like yours that contributes the degradation of so many men in our society. I can't understand why you haven't highlighted someone of higher quality who we would actually feel right in defending.

Dr B said...

I really deeply apologize that the person I defend, who had her career ruined, happened to have made the mistake of taking some risque pictures. I know, that should disqualify her from any kind of respect. People aren't allowed to make mistakes and still be good Christian people, I know.

I defended someone who was silenced for supporting sacred, traditional marriage. Your insinuating that this somehow means I'm obsessed with a model or have a disturbing tendency toward immorality is very insulting and uncalled for.

Dr B said...

She has repented of what she did, from what I've read. I'm not one to judge someone who turns away from such behavior.

Erica said...

Why did you delete your comment?

Dr B said...

Because I sure don't want to sound obsessive, indifferent, degredated, or disturbing...

This is now less about gay marriage or porn. More important is the disrespect you have shown me.

Erica said...

Actually it's about the disrespect that promoting her shows to virtuous women who haven't done what she did. By promoting her, with a public that has linked her to those pictures, you have contributed to the problem. Her title held the responsibility of being a role model. As soon as the pictures came out, she should have stepped down herself. If you weren't implicating others in this by the material you're posting it wouldn't be a problem. I guess what hurts me most is that I thought I knew where you would stand on this type of moral issue, but instead you write to me, "I couldn't care less what she does with her body and the pictures she takes. She can do whatever she wants with her body." That's a very damaging opinion and I'm just trying to call you out on it. I'm sorry if you thought this was a personal attack. I simply just don't agree with you when it comes to something that poisons so many marriages and families.