In an interview with Larry King last night, Carrie Prejean told the host: "Sarah Palin is my hero."
Incredibly, however, that was NOT the most ridiculous thing Prejean did or said during the segment!
Before throwing a fit and acting like a six-year old, Carrie expounded on her admiration for Palin. She said she admired the former governor's "strength and her courage," adding that Palin would "make a great President."
But Prejean also said Palin is "smart enough to get out of" politics. Indeed, why make a supposedly great President and help your country when you can earn money from speeches and books instead?
From there, Carrie took hypocrisy to a new level, even for herself: asked why she settled her lawsuit with the Miss California Pageant, Prejean refused to discuss the matter in any way, referring to King's question as "inappropriate."
Did Prejean forget that she had just spoken at length to Sean Hannity about her masturbation tape?
What made King's inquiries "inappropriate," yet Hannity's questioning completely welcome? We wonder if it had anything to do with the fact that Hannity penned the foreword for Carrie's book.
Prejean proceeded to take off her microphone and sit in the studio, pouting like a child. She's seen talking to handlers off-camera, unaware how to even storm out of an interview properly without direction from her PR staff.
It's a must-watch video for critics and supporters alike. To the latter, we must ask: how on earth do you defend this awful human being?