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Dan Savage and Carrie Prejean

KimvdLinde Wrote: May 05, 2012 11:12 AM
Nobody wants to suppress the Christians; the problem is that the majority does not buy their morals anymore. And that is a good thing. Nobody forces Christians to marry gays, it is civil marriage we are talking about. Really, the premise that we want Christians to change the morals for themselves is absurd. You can keep your morals for yourself. What you cannot do anymore is force your morals on the country. Till recently, you could do that, but with dwindling number of hard-core Christians, this becomes more and more difficult. Yes, we know it is hard to loose your power, and this post is just that, an attempt to consolidate the power to determine morals. I feel sooooo sorry. NOT.

A few years ago, beauty queen Carrie Prejean innocently answered a question about gay marriage with a polite 'no.' She was viciously personally attacked by Miss USA pageant judge Perez Hilton, who posted a video of himself cursing at her.

Prejean was eventually stripped of her crown, and as for Perez Hilton? 'I'd love to have him back,' pageant owner Donald Trump once said. 'I mean, I'd love to have him back' -- although he didn't actually do it.

That was a seminal moment for American culture wars. Nobody could protect Prejean, while Hilton suffered no visible consequences for his grotesque...