You Can’t Make This Sh*t Up

The co-executive director of the Miss California Organization has confirmed that the organization paid for Carrie Prejean’s breast implants just weeks before the Miss USA pageant.  Yes, that’s this Carrie Prejean.  Miss Prejean, who believes in “opposite marriage”, is all about following what she sees as God’s will in that regard.  So why would she flout God’s will for her body by getting breast implants?

And now the ungrateful child is ducking her funders…

Carrie is still involved in a media frenzy, sparked by her controversial response at the Miss USA pageant, and Shanna [Moakler] claims the young woman has been avoiding responding to her Miss California bosses. “We’ve tried really hard [to get in contact] and she keeps referring us to her mother and her PR person,” Shanna claimed.

…while apparently shilling for NOM (yeah, that NOM).  At least the producers of this ad were able to edit down her rambling response to something resembling a sound bite.  Maybe they should have hired an actress to play the part of the poor, oppressed beauty queen forced to choose between the crown and her convictions (conveniently ignoring the part where Miss North Carolina — the new Miss USA — also won the swimsuit and evening gown competitions).  We know how well that worked for them last time.

h/t Pam

5 Responses to “You Can’t Make This Sh*t Up”

  1. Del says:

    You know, when all this started, I was going to comment something like “Boy, does that pair look fake or what?” but I thought no, that has nothing to do with the issue, it’s her body and she can do what she wants with it, plus I see nothing wrong with plastic surgery. Ahem.

    But jeepers. I had heard of pageant organizations grooming and training girls like show dogs, but I never realized they actually paid for surgery. Aside from any religious question – that is just even skeevier than I would have ever imagined. I mean, I remember when some radio station was giving away a free operation in some contest at a bar, but at least that was, well, honest. Pageants mouth all this crap about building poise and confidence:

    “I know what pageants [did] for me and I know what it can do for young women and also working within the community,” Shanna said.

    Yeah, right. What it can do for ya, sweetie, is pay for your implants. I bet if something goes wrong though, you have to foot the bill to get ‘em taken out again.

  2. Zurich says:

    This is good ‘ole Bill & Hillary style Character Assassination. Right outta the play book.

    You don’t like her opinion on something, which she is fully entitled to, just as you are fully entitled to yours, so you’ll attach her at every corner in every way.

    As a disclaimer I don’t like her either, but I don’t feel the need to attach her in a blog. And you haven’t posted about her just once, to say that you disagree with her, you attach her over and over to add salt to the wound, and that is typical Clinton style character assassination.

  3. Kathy says:

    Zurich, I haven’t attached her at all. You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

    In case you haven’t noticed, no one is forcing you to read this blog. If you don’t like the content, go elsewhere.

  4. Yes, I felt like the pictures of her nearly naked were particularly indicative of her high moral standing. I also listened to her talking today about how those poses were not intended to be so risque, and I for one can see how standing in nothing but a pair of lace panties in front of a window with your hand over your breasts could be innocent yet easily misconstrued.

    Of course, we all know that Donald Trump, as owner of the Miss USA pageant, is the most upstanding of moral figures and as always will be fully capable of complete neutrality where a beautiful model is concerned.

  5. Austin Cook says:

    Carrie Prejean deserves to have her crown. She is beauiful and is also entitled to her own opinion about gays. “

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