Carrie Prejean on Fox & Friends: “Great” that 18,000 Couples Can Stay Married

Gods help me, Carrie Prejean is a simple as a stick. And she’s a catty piece of work, too, full of self congratulatory airs saying how sometimes  it’s better to come in second place, as seen in this video. She spent the longest hour of my life on Fox & Friends this morning, and I sat through it so you wouldn’t have to, though if you want to feel my pain, we do have a few minutes of her fifteen of fame here on video…Oh watch it–it’s way more fun than using a Pedi-egg, though less productive.

Along with trying to talk and breath at the same time, Carrie managed to hold a conversation with with Steve Doody and The Other Guy, which was like watching my betas float in their bowls. Only the fish are prettier. And, like smarter. However, Carrie did say that it’s great that the 18,000 couples already married before Prop 8 can stay married.  But Carrie, you think marriage should only be opposite, so this makes no sense at all, unless she’s gradually having a change of heart. Or is confused.

So Carrie, TweedleDumb and TweedleDumber went on about how an anchor on that other news show (Soledad O’Brien) wanted to get a dog removed from a co-op apartment building because he’s big and smelly. The dog was a guest. The dog was livelier than Carrie Prejean and drooled less than the male anchors. It would not have been worth mentioning as a news story if  CNN wasn’t involved. Of course, you can argue that this story isn’t worth writing about even with Carrie involved, but please play along!

They also discussed how a Christian pastor and his wife in San Diego (tailoring the story for uber Christian San Diego native Carrie) were visited by a "female permit inspector" –yes  gender was emphasized–and told they were holding a religious gathering in their home during Bible study and would need a permit for that. Oh the outrage that simmered on the Fox set that Christians should be so put upon.  Remind me to get a permit for my next coven meeting in San Diego, because I don’t think Fox will be championing that sort of gathering as a religious freedom issue!

Carrie also asked Donald Trump what she called hard questions, though IMO they needed a good dose of Cialis. What was his "Aha!" moment during his career putting on pageants and what advice does he have during economic down times? Donald blathered, Carried preened and concluded that if it weren’t for Trump and pageants she wouldn’t have the opportunities she has. True. Because she is dumb as a box of rocks, stiff and not that pretty; there’s not a whle lot of there there.

 Based on her appearance today,  no way could she get a gig as a news person, even in the dinkiest local news market. I look forward to her going away very quickly.

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Lisa Derrick

Lisa Derrick

Los Angeles native, attended UC Berkeley and Loyola Marymount University before punk rock and logophilia overtook her life. Worked as nightclub columnist, pop culture journalist and was a Hollywood housewife before writing for and editing Sacred History Magazine. Then she discovered the thrill of politics. She also appears frequently on the Dave Fanning Show, one of Ireland's most popular radio broadcasts.