Friday, April 24, 2009

Who’s the Most Exciting New Republican Role Model in America? Why, it’s Miss California, of Course!

Can we all agree that the Republican party is a little lost right now?  It’s safe to say that a good role model would really lift their spirits.  Somebody they could hold in high esteem and say, “that person embodies all that I believe.  I listen to them because I can’t express my beliefs half as good as they can.” 

Since the election, we’ve seen one conservative savior after another crash and burn.  Sarah Palin was first, and was number one with a bullet until she was exposed for being ethically challenged, among other things.  Then there was Joe the (fake) Plumber.  He really caught Obama off guard, didn’t he?  Actually, he didn’t, but people really ate up his Joe Sixpackiness!  To his credit, Joe really milked his 15 minutes for all he could, and he’s still showing up at events.  That said, he’d probably be doing better if he did his homework once in a while.  Hope is not lost as Bobby Jindal will come and deliver the Republican Response to the President’s Address to Congress and lay waste to the President’s speech!  Actually, hope is lost as he came off more like Mr. Rogers and America laughed.  At the rate they’re going, they’re going to have to wait for 14 year old Jonathan Krohn to grow up.  They loved him at CPAC!  Let’s just hope he doesn’t end up like that kid in “The Toy.”

carrie_prejean2 But wait!  What is this?  This vision of beauty!  An all-American Beauty who is against same-sex marriage!  Politico reports that Miss California, Carrie Prejean, is the new “Queen of the GOP.”  Miss California, not only are you super hot, way hotter than Gov. Palin, but you’re principled too!  How did you answer Perez Hilton’s question?  “We live in a land where you can choose same-sex marriage or opposite. And you know what, I think in my country, in my family, I think that I believe that a marriage should be between a man and a woman.”  Hooray for opposite marriage!!! 

Conservatives reacted quickly and decisively:

An Alabama state legislator introduced a House resolution praising her for speaking out against gay marriage. In a press release, Family Research Council President Tony Perkins stated his “admiration and support” for her and lauded “her fortitude in the face of continued baseless personal attacks.”
“There’s a lot of people cheering you tonight that you stood on your principles, that you put the principles above winning,” Fox News talk show host Sean Hannity told Prejean when she appeared on his television program. “Not enough people do that. And I admire you a lot for it.”

Yes Mr. Hannity, I’m sure you do admire her for speaking her mind, as I’m sure you admire that amazing rack!  Come on man, I know you want to motor boat that chest!  Do it!

Whatever. 

Trot her out and have her give the beauty pageant speech of how she prefers opposites marrying and can’t live with the idea of sames getting married.  The mesh hat set will gape, adjust their, ahem, belt buckles while acting like they’re really listening.  The truth is, it’s another issue that is passing them by.  All the pouting and kicking isn’t going to change the fact that the country really doesn’t care if two people who love each other get married, regardless if they are same or opposite.

I’m sure conservatives will run this poor girl in the ground.  She’ll probably like the attention and go along with it.  Maybe she’ll be really good at memorizing her lines and she’ll run for Congress.  She can be the next Michele Bachmann.  Who knows?  It’s America, she’s hot, and anything is possible!

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