Posted by | September 18, 2009 19:29 | Filed under: Top Stories

Carrie Prejean, the former Miss California who believes she was was denied the Miss USA crown because of her opposition to gay marriage, was hailed at the “Values Voter Summit.”

In he pageant days, Prejean claimed that a photographer sneakily took racy photos when a gust of wind blew her way and vowed that just one photo was taken before more surfaced.  At the time a series of emails between Prejean and pageant official Keith Lewis revealed a less-than cooperative attitude.  But she was a big hit among the conservatives as she bragged about not being politically correct,  and praised herself for sticking up for God and the truth and for staying strong.  She talked about how brave and courageous she is and said how intolerance disgusts her.  (She should say that to her gay friends, er, gay acquaintances.) Then, tearfully, and to a roused crowd, Prejean weeped, “”even though I didn’t win the crown that night, I know that the Lord has so much of a bigger crown in heaven for me.”

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