Her affirmation of the Creator's objective, verifiable, public, and liberating norm for married life in reply to a homosexual "marriage" question from judge Perez Hilton helped make Carrie Prejean the "most famous runner-up in Miss USA history," asserts the infamous, fair, and balanced Fox News.com.
But what was that blonde girl thinking?
There she was . . . publicly proclaiming foundational moral truth about marriage. So tyrannical.
There she was . . . taking a social stand that places her at the philosophical center of the American experiment in liberty and unalienable rights under God. So extreme.
There she was . . . daring to resist mass-marketed peer pressure and the unbending demands of tolerance. So rebellious.
In all fairness, let us ask: Who does the uppity individual Miss Prejean think she is, brazenly resisting the secularist status quo?
And for all we know she's pro-life. That would fit the profile. Speaking of profiles, that "Right-Wing Extremism" report from the Department of Homeland Security, headed up by Janet Napolitano, couldn't have been more timely.
Who now can doubt that the American people need to be educated and prepared to allow the federal government to deal with blonde bombshells, free-thinking individuals, constitutionalists, and other potential terrorists at large in the forward-looking land of change?
It's no accident: Only last week we had those Tea Parties. And now this pageant. Who knows what might be coming down the pike?
Yes, there is much to consider in the defense of America. Meanwhile, here's an exclusive interview with Carrie Prejean at the aforementioned Fox website.