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Carrie Prejean vs. Miss California USA Organization

Christ. Why won’t she just go away?

carrie-prejean-miss-california-2009Carrie Prejean has been making the rounds on talk shows claiming the REAL reason she lost her crown was because of her beliefs against gay marriage. According to her, she was set up. According to the Miss California USA organization, she’s full of crap.

Here is Prejean on the Today Show digging herself into a even deeper hole.

The Miss California USA organization has sent Carrie Prejean a formal demand letter, insisting she “recant” what they claim are “falsities” she has made in the media in recent days.

“If Carrie Prejean wants to assert in public that she was courteous, cooperative or professional in her conduct as Miss California USA, the history of her churlish insolent misbehavior can be presented,” lawyers wrote in the letter to Prejean. “Instead, let me recommend that Ms. Prejean and her spokespersons acknowledge that her professed professional cooperation was nonexistent, recant the recent falsities, and avoid further public deviations from reality on the issue.”

If she keeps it up, and you know she will, I hope they come forward with their proof. It won’t do anything to stop her. She will just chalk it up to the great gay conspiracy that she is convinced is out to get her.

Maybe Carrie needs to be held on a 5150 Psych Hold. How great would that be? She seems convinced that there are people out there working against her to keep her down.  I would suggest they take the opportunity to give her some shock therapy and a lobotomy while they have her, but on her, I don’t think it would make much difference.

Still, two weeks in a little white room would be good for her and us. We wouldn’t have to listen to all the crap coming out her piehole, and Carrie would get all the butterscotch pudding she could eat. It’s a win win if you ask me.

Plus, if she’s lucky she’ll meet all sorts of new friends.

Carrie: I used to be Miss California.

Patient: That’s nice, dear. I am the Otter King.



June 19, 2009 - Posted by | Celebrity Shenanigans, Culture Critic, Doosh Watch 2009 | , , ,


  1. Why don’t they send her a clip of her interview portion. She sounded like a first rate dumb-ass. Her point of view has nothing to do with the way it just vomited out of her mouth.

    Good for the Miss USA organization for the catty, “oh no she di’int!” message they sent to the media. This bitch needs to shut it.

    Comment by blah | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  2. Otter King FTW.

    Comment by SeaKat | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  3. If this ends up in court, methinks they’ll recant her falsies anyway. I mean didn’t the pageant pay for them?

    Comment by baby fish mouth | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  4. Why can’t Trump personally chime in to add to the crazy?

    Comment by Run-DMS | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  5. Not quite related: did anyone see what Media Matters posted about what Michael Savage said on his radio show? How white, married, heterosexual men were everything that’s right with this country (and how there is a great conspiracy to keep the white, hetero male down)?

    My dad used to talk along those lines. He, like Prejean, actually thinks there is an active conspiracy out to get him and all other Christians. Thus, they have an active plan to counter said conspiracy, which smacks of conspiracy itself.

    I find it funny that those who are most judgmental of others and most likely to persecute them for their beliefs/lifestyles are the ones most worried about being persecuted themselves. It’s one giant whoever smelt it dealt it. That waft of conspiracy and persecution that’s fouling your nose? Yeah, it’s coming from you.

    Comment by TheHobo | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  6. Hobo, SO true.

    We always judge others by our own yardstick. If you’re compassionate, empathetic and forgiving, you generally expect to see those traits in others and you interpret others’ actions through that filter.

    Sadly, the reverse is also true.

    Comment by SeaKat | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  7. Prejean, Savage, Rush Limbaugh … so many people with advantages in life have persecution complexes. Cuz, yeah, things are so difficult for blonde pageant queens and white millionaires. Nobody gives them a break. They were dealt shitty hands in the poker game of life, weren’t they? Fuuuuuuuck.

    Comment by Run-DMS | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  8. OK that’s a little unfair. Maybe Fred Savage grew up with advantages but he earned his acclaim. I mean OK, Working was the poor man’s The Office. But any man who grows up to be Daniel Stern’s disembodied voice can’t be all bad.

    Oh wait did you mean someone else? 🙂

    Comment by baby fish mouth | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  9. The practice of trying to discredit anyone that disagrees with your opinion has be practiced by left wing extremists for decades. They have no moral values or conscience, so there is nothing preventing them for digging deep to attack family members or what ever it takes. There are many examples with attacks on both of Carrie’s parents and every aspect of her personal life. Including stealing private photos and medical records. One of the main weapons of these cowardly people is comedy. They try to make their hateful attacts palatable by cloaking them in trendy comedy. There have been countless people that have polished this method to perfection over the decades. The latest group of talk show hosts have learned well from their predecessors. Letterman’s comments about Palin’s young family were no accident….. he has a team of experienced writers. Jon Stewart is good at it and I’m sure Conan must be. Then there’s the hoard of Follywood comedians like Roseanne Bar, Kathy Griffen etc.

    Comment by JusticeForCarrie | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  10. oh! It’s like Prejean’s Matt has reached TS!

    And fyi Justice, it’s Roseanne BARR, not Bar. And if you tune in to Nick at Nite, she’s HILARIOUS.

    Comment by Chelsea - PETA Protector | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  11. Now that the gays and anti-Christian bigots are running out of ways to bashing Carrie they whimper… why won’t she go away. Haaa…. Maybe it’s her time to get a little Justice.

    I hope she wins a fat settlement out of this mess and a lucrative book deal. I’ll buy 5 copies and give 4 to my friends.

    Comment by JusticeForCarrie | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  12. Bitches get book deals, but not settlements. Aaannndd…I’m officially done with the TS! Matt.

    Comment by Chelsea - PETA Protector | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  13. If I understand Carrie’s lawyer correctly, the job of the pageant director (Lewis) is to make suggestions of events that “MIGHT BE” of interest to the incumbent pageant queen. It is then the propagative of the queen to select those that she is interested in. Keith Lewis send her a copy if some kind of third party published list of social events but then started making suggestions and trying to manipulate her.

    So her comment…. stop telling me what to do. Was a valid response to his breach of proper protocol.

    Lewis is a two-bit gay hustler.

    Comment by JusticeForCarrie | June 19, 2009 | Reply

  14. It’s my propogative, da ner ner ner… I can live how I want to liiiive, it’s my propagative….

    Comment by baby fish mouth | June 20, 2009 | Reply

  15. I think JusticeForCarrie is a parody of right-wingers. Can’t be serious.

    For one thing, it starts its first comment by criticizing “left-wing extremists” for (alleged) trying to slime people but then immediately says those supposed extremists “have no moral values or conscience.” Any intelligent person could see the irony there.

    BTW … “extremists”? How very Bill O’Reilly of you, JFC. If Jon Stewart and Roseanne Barr are left-wing extremists, then what are Trotskyists, Maoists and anarchists?

    Comment by Run-DMS | June 20, 2009 | Reply

  16. And props to BFM. “… It’s my propogative”!!!! LOL!

    Comment by Run-DMS | June 20, 2009 | Reply

  17. Wow!! We had our very own troll. First the spambot, now the troll… Our lil’ site is darn right grown up now!!

    BFM: It’s my propogative is awesome. That was some fine trendy comedy, there, missy! 🙂

    Comment by SeaKat | June 20, 2009 | Reply

  18. JusticeForCarrie: “The practice of trying to discredit anyone that disagrees with your opinion has be practiced by left wing extremists for decades.”

    Pot, have you met my friend Kettle? You guys have a lot in common!

    “Letterman’s comments about Palin’s young family were no accident….. he has a team of experienced writers.”

    That would be trying to discredit someone who doesn’t agree with your opinion.

    You’re welcome! 🙂

    Comment by TheHobo | June 22, 2009 | Reply

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