Thursday, April 30, 2009

Bigoted Miss California to appear in idiotic group's bigoted ad

I think that about sums it up right. You'll remember Carrie Prejean, aka "Miss California", who was asked – unfairly, perhaps – by celebrity blogger Perez Hilton during the Miss USA pageant, whether she was for or against gay marriage. She glibly replied that she was indeed opposed the wedding of gays, instead standing up for "opposite marriage" (which, in her sort of ghastly twisted mind, designates opposite genders, I suppose).

Anyway, she's since been in the middle of a growing semi-scandal in the media, and now to boost her bigoted ego even further, she's gonna "star" in the upcoming 1.5 million dollar commercial against gay marriage. A commercial from (sigh) the National Organization for Marriage.

Yes, the same ludicrously pompous and self-righteous group behind that insidious and pathetic "Gathering Storm" commercial.

The organization has scheduled a press conference with Prejean in Washington on Thursday to unveil the new ad, called "No Offense."

Prejean was roasted by same-sex marriage advocates after she stood up for what she called "opposite marriage" (marriage between a man and a woman) when responding to a question from celebrity blogger and pageant judge Perez Hilton.

Of course, you can imagine how those annoying twits characterized her little speech:

"She is attacked viciously for having the courage to speak up for her truth and her values," the National Organization for Marriage said in a press release. "But Carrie's courage inspired a whole nation and a whole generation of young people because she chose to risk the Miss USA crown rather than be silent about her deepest moral values."

According to the group, the ad will call "gay marriage advocates to account for their unwillingness to debate the real issue: gay marriage has consequences."

Oh my God. I've been molested with stupid.

Of course, according to the NOM, she's been attacked for "having the courage to speak up for her truth and her values". No, it can't be that she just said something decidedly stupid and bigoted and that quite frankly has no place in a beauty pageant (as if those stupid shows could stray any deeper in the swamps of shallowness and pointlessness); it was for having the guts to speak out at all. Yeah, that's it.


They go on and on about her daring to speak about her moral values and such; the thing is: WE DON'T CARE. No-one gives the slightest inkling of a shit as to what a plastic idiot who serves only to look pretty in bright lights before TV cameras, thinks about gay marriage. Or anything at all. She can keep her stupid moral values to herself, and the world would be all the better for it. It's a good thing she lost the crown – the world, especially our society, needs less bigoted idiots at its top. (And yes, sadly, a beauty pageant winner is considered as being at the top.)

Of course, they then continue their boringly repetitive attack on the "consequences" of gay marriage. What could those possibly be, I ask? This is the ultimate, prime argument anti-same-sex-marriage advocates have been hammering in all these years: that gay marriage will have highly negative effects on traditional (heterosexual) marriage, that children's minds will be corrupted, that gays will take over for Christ's sake – it's astonishing how even these feeble-minded parasites can believe this sort of utter lunacy. It's discomforting, really.

Yes, gay marriage certainly does have consequences. Forgive me, but I just don't see any negative ones at all. It would mean a more open popular mindset. It would mean more privileges and rights to gay couples who've for so long been forbidden the elementary right to marry. It would even mean the ushering in of a new era in social rights.

But now, we've got yet another boring-ass, tired and irritatingly pointless TV commercial in the works. As if we didn't have enough stupid commercials to deal with.


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