Monday, April 20, 2009

Leave It To A Queer...

Miss USA has always, in my opinion, been politically charged if not downright bias as half the time the winner, in comparison to the other girls, wasn't as attractive or spirited which I contribute to it's decline in ratings. This last Miss USA pageant was no less political but the politics were overtly demonstrated during it's telecast when openly homosexual "blogger" Perez Hilton (/shiver) asked Miss California if she believes in same-sex marriage.

Carrie Prejean, Miss California, responding saying "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. No offense to anybody out there, but that's how I was raised."


I cannot agree more. Marriage is a union between a man and a woman, a bridge and groom, and no matter how many times Websters changes it's definition of marriage the tradition of this sacred, timeless union remains true: A bride and groom. Personally, and I know I'm not alone, I believe the same rights afforded to married couples needs to be extended to same-sex couples such as tax benefits and hospital rights.

Love is blind and the heart does not choose to whom ownership will be given. Given that honest fact and looking at love as two hearts entwined, as opposed to male and female as the heart does not discriminate against sexes, if two hearts come together in a solid union of faith, love and happiness why must the outward sex matter? It doesn't, it should not. But Marriage is a time-honored tradition of a sacred union between bride and groom. In some faiths it is a ritual.

Who is the gay community to come out in attack against marriage demanding it be redefined for their own political purposes? They are wrong and tyrannical as demonstrated by their hate-charged brigade following the passage of Prop 8 in California demonizing the Church of Latter-Day Saints as well as any supporters of the prop. There have been reports of vandalism and harassment of anyone who demonstrated supported and now this hateful movement is seeking the courts to overturn the will of the people which is an even greater problem as no court or government entity ought have the right to overturn the will of the people. In fact, that why this country was founded on and what our Constitution outlines.

Same-sex unions in the name of such is a good idea, a fair idea and necessary. But to redefine marriage, absolutely not, especially when the gay community has shown their intention of not wanting the same rights but to obstruct the sacredness of marriage. Same-sex unions have been proposed which homosexual activists shot down. For me and many other Americans it's about equality but for the gay community it's about robbing the public of their traditions.

Back to Miss USA... First of all, who is Perez Hilton to be a judge, and they wonder their ratings are falling (They always have incompetent, unqualified judges). I remember once this Hilton guy at Kitson to sign autographs, disgusting... I never thought there would ever be anyone more undeserving of fame than reality-TV "stars," looks like there is. And of course we can leave it to this openly gay "blogger" to overtly politicize the Miss America Pageant.

It shouldn't be of any surprise to anyone how the mainstream media feels about same-sex marriage (Personally I think they side with Obama and the rest of America but to garner the gay votes for their Liberal agenda they act as if they support same-sex marriage, just as how Obama pretended to support it during his campaign). What is odd though is how Hollywood lies in regards to same-sex marriage but then demonizes anyone who speaks to truth which Miss California did.

So, not only does this guy ask a question knowing there is a right and wrong answer in his mind and everyone elses but puts it at the same level of "saving the world" or some other goodwill mission that nobody would be opposed to. Those are the kind of questions asked at these pageants which of course this gives-gays-a-bad-name queer didn't seem to understand or purposely wanted to highlight same-sex marriage to advance the agenda or demonize this girl.

I give Carrie Prejean immense props as she had to know before she answered that she either sells herself out or speaks her beliefs and lose. Well done. There is much to be said about anyone who stands firm in their beliefs especially when faced with known consequences as Prejean has done.

Someone else who stands strong in her beliefs in front of heinous opposition is Sarah Palin. Anyone who will sell themselves out to get ahead such as Obama done during his campaign is nothing more than an opportunist with an ulterior motive. Palin, who stands next to her beliefs and won't be disheveled, we can trust to not sell us out as she is honest upfront.

Here's hoping for a Palin 2012 victory.

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