And You Thought Miss California Was Bad
Miss California, Carrie Prejean, continues her whining tour of defeat, blaming political correctness for her loss, bragging that she wasn’t politically correct, but was biblically correct. We’ve already pointed out that the winner, Miss North Carolina, Kristen Dalton, waxed poetic about the ’50s because “those were the golden years” (unless you were female, black or gay). And Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times, highlights the response of Miss Arizona, Alicia-Monique Blanco (pictured), who was asked about universal health care. and may have had the most puzzling response of all.
Judge Kenan Thompson from “Saturday Night Live” asked, “”Do you think the U.S. should have universal health care as a right of citizenship? Why or why not?”
Miss Arizona’s response: “I think this is an issue of integrity regardless of which end of the political spectrum that I stand on. I’ve been raised in a family to know right from wrong, and politics, whether or not you fall in the middle, the left or the right, it’s an issue of integrity, whatever your opinion is and I say that with the upmost conviction.”
Meanwhile the right is kvelling over Miss California, with the freepers looking to make her “Miss Conservative American.” I thought that was known as the Miss America Pageant.
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