May 13, 2009

Empty Head Resigns as Empty Suit; Blogger Decides Gay Nazis Are Worse than Illinois Nazis

I've tried to ignore the entire Perez Hilton/Carrie Prejean saga, where we learned that fascism is both alive and accessorized and that having a personality more individualistic than that stamped from a Barbie mold isn't accepted in a bizarre industry where forcing people into pretty plastic pigeonholes is the order of the day.

The entire controversy simply shows that those who trumpet "tolerance!" the loudest have mastered only the pronunciation of that word and not the application. When slanders, slurs, and personal attacks failed to dislodge the object of their ire, one of the leading figures of the smear campaign resigned today for not having her own miltant prejudices affirmed. Sadly, she thinks she has the moral high ground.

It's all very surreal and instructive, though perhaps not in the way that so many of the most outspoken players in this poor bit of theater must have hoped. We're becoming quite a bizarre little nation, and I'm starting to wonder if those railing the loudest for such activist causes will ever accept anything less than the total, unquestioned dominance of their preferred narrative.

Tolerance, indeed.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at May 13, 2009 10:49 PM

Shanna Moakler was Playboy's Miss December 2001


Posted by: myiq2xu at May 14, 2009 03:03 AM

What's funny is that she misspelled "conscience".

Posted by: john at May 14, 2009 08:10 AM

"What's funny is that she misspelled "conscience"."

Well, it's not like she is famous for her spelling skills. . .

Posted by: Mark L at May 14, 2009 08:47 AM
On Monday, California pageant officials announced that Prejean violated her contract by lobbying on behalf of an anti-gay-marriage group and by failing to reveal that she had posed in her underwear as a teenager.

They appointed Tami Farrell, her runner-up, as "Beauty of California Ambassador" to fulfill any duties that Prejean might not be able to carry out.

WTF? Trump needs to nip this in the bud.

Posted by: SicSemperTyrannus at May 14, 2009 09:05 AM

"...when I no longer believe in it, or the contracts I signed committing myself as a youth."

Contracts? I sense a deep disturbance in the Farce, as if thousands of dollars worth of Contracts Clauses vanished from a hypocrite's bank account, and then were silent.

Posted by: Georg Felis at May 14, 2009 10:05 AM