Miss California ~

Miss California says she stands by her anti-gay marriage comments, even if they may have cost her the Miss USA crown. Carrie Prejean defended her views Tuesday on NBC's "Today" show, telling host Matt Lauer that she spoke from the heart during Sunday's pageant when she said that "marriage should be between a man and a woman."
The beauty queen's response to a question from openly gay pageant judge and celebrity blogger Perez Hilton has received more attention than the winner, Miss North Carolina Kristen Dalton. Click here to read the rest of the article.
"I don't take back what I said," she told Lauer, adding that she "had spoken from my heart, from my beliefs and for my God." "It's not about being politically correct," she said. "For me, it's about being biblically correct."
I chose to add this tonight after reading the comments left on Facebook,
other blogs, and the media. Here's my feelings on this matter ~
"RIGHT ON!"
Enough said.

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5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Absolutely right !
wpb

Leah said...

AMEN! Sometimes standing up for what's right isn't the easiest nor most popular option, but it's what the Lord wants! GOOD FOR HER!!

Stacia said...

It is great hearing someone stand up for what they believe in even though it's not the mainstream's idea of what is correct. Hopefully all the attention she gets will bless her in the future...she deserves it... forget the pagent!

His Doorkeeper said...

I was never so proud of a beauty queen! Did they want the truth or a lie? She told the truth and they blasted her! God give her courage and strength to continue to stand strong!

The Anderson Family said...

I loved it. I was thrilled that she didn't let her desire to win the competition cause her to compromise her morals. She can walk away knowing she stood for what she believed in and that is more important than any crown she'll wear here on earth. :-)

~ from The Letter Writer ~

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