She said, that for her and her family, she thought marriage “should be between a man and a woman.” Prejean stumbled a little at the beginning, saying that you can chose “same sex marriage or opposite” in our country, but it wasn’t that bad and considering some of the incredibly stupid and muddled things pageant contestants have said in the past it was adequately stated and to the point.At least Prejean answered the question Prejean ultimately was declared runner up, and believes she lost the crown because of her politically polarizing answer to that question.
She has continued to make public appearances promoting her beliefs despite the revelation that she had breast implants, and the emergence of racy photos and an alleged sex tape.
A public battle with the producers of the Miss California USA pageant ended in her contract being terminated in June 2009, with K12 productions citing "continued breach of contract issues" as the reason for the termination.
While I don’t agree with her at all on this issue, I feel she had the right to state her opinion when asked.
It doesn’t matter if I disagree, she was asked a question and she answered it.
It probably did cost her the crown, and pageant owner Donald Trump confirmed that low scores in the question and answer phase affected the outcome.
Meanwhile second runner up Miss Arizona gave a memorized nonsensical answer to a question about universal healthcare.
By now you’ve undoubtedly heard about the controversy over Miss California Carrie Prejean’s comments against gay marriage at the Miss USA pageant over the weekend.
Prejean answered a loaded question from judge Perez Hilton about whether she thought states should legalize same sex marriage.
It’s an issue of integrity whatever your opinion is, and I say that with the utmost conviction.” That makes absolutely no sense.