A very courageous Miss California

Miss California, Carrie Prejean, the runner-up to the winner of the Miss USA contest last weekend, in answer to a question from one of the 12 judges, a homosexual blogger, said that "marriage should between a man and a woman."  Such a statement is hardly controversial, considering the fact that an average of 70% of the voters in 30 states, so far, have voted for amendments to uphold traditional marriage in their state constitutions, i.e. marriages in those states will be between one man and one woman.  

The attacks on Miss California have almost been equal to those vicious attacks on Anita Bryant, a couple decades ago,  Mrs. Bryant, who became famous originally being on the Mickey Mouse Club, represented the orange industry in Florida and she also spoke out for traditional values and against the homosexual lobby's tactics.  Because of the savage attacks against her, Mrs. Bryant lost her job.   

It appears that Carrie Prejean was discriminated against in the Miss USA contest because of her religious beliefs.  Hopefully, Miss California's courageous statements about traditional marriage, will not hurt her in whatever career she chooses.  She mentioned that she may be interested in elected office someday.  America needs courageous leaders.   

Miss California mentioned that the voters in her "country" (what she meant to say was her state of California) agreed with her on the issue of upholding traditional marriage.  And she is right. Just last year in the election, voters in the very liberal state of California voted for Proposition 8 by a margin of 52-48.    

California, along with voters in Florida and Arizona last November, joined 27 other states  --  with more states to follow  --  in adding a constitutional amendment to their state constitutions upholding traditional marriage.  Carrie Prejean considers the fact that she was asked that question a blessing.  Undoubtedly, her answer to that controversial question has now opened up to her more doors than had she been selected Miss USA. 


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