Uh oh! California’s scorned pageant princess is p-p-pissed!
WASHINGTON (CNN) — Miss California Carrie Prejean, who declared her opposition to same-sex marriage during the Miss USA pageant, will star in a new $1.5 million ad campaign funded by the National Organization for Marriage.
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.
Prejean has also become a fresh-faced standard-bearer for the same-sex marriage opponents, who have rallied to her defense.
“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.”
Indeed – gay marriage does have consequences. One day, you’re dancing in the lesbian bar, minding your own gay business. You knock back a few drinks, take home a hot chick, wake up and count how many fingers you’re holding up. Next thing you know, she’s like all, “Baby, baby, baby, we’re gonna have a baby,” and you’re all, “I’m smoke, I’m history, I’m Casper.” No wait, that’s those icky straight people. I can’t even think about them having sex! Ewww!
I’m an unabashed advocate of same-sex marriage rights. I won’t debate it because there’s nothing to debate. There is no compromise position. I should have the right to marry a man or a woman. I should have the right to enter into this contract with the person of my choosing, as long as that person chooses me too; the same rights, for everyone, without exception. But Carrie Prejean, the sum of whose life experience can be charitably described as more limited than a veal cow’s, thinks she knows better.
Huh. Take it away, Lily Allen –