We know it's hard to believe, but liberal commentator Keith Olbermann has a strong opinion about Carrie Prejean and her recent campaign on behalf of non-opposite marriage.
The MSNBC anchor makes a pair of logical points in the video below:
1. Considering her position as a spokesperson for The National Organization for Marriage, isn't Prejean obligated to be more informed about the topics - such as adoption and civil unions - that are so central to this hotly-debated issue?
2. Throughout her ordeal, Prejean has said she's been persecuted and mocked for her beliefs, while constantly stating these attacks won't shut her up because she has the right express her opinion. Hmmm, doesn't that sound exactly like the group of people she doesn't believe should legally wed?
In an ironic twist, more than ever before, can't Prejean actually relate to the gay community now?
Watch and listen to Olbermann's take on Prejean above.
Then, follow this article's jump to read an utterly ridiculous, mindless quote recently uttered by this beauty queen.
"Marriage is good. There is something special about unions of husband and wife. Unless we bring men and women together, children will not have mothers and fathers," Prejean said.
We know many people are sick of this issue, but we need to analyze this quote. After all, this is the person The National Organization for Marriage has named as speaking for it, right?
- Marriage is good, Carrie? So is spaghetti. What kind of vague statement is that?!?
- If marriage really is so "good," why are you against extending it to other couples in love?
- And why do one-half of married couples in America disagree with you?
- We'd love to hear how Prejean plans to "bring men and women together."
- Is she advocating for more orgies in the country? It sounds that way.