Who Says That Beauty Queens Are Stoopid?


That was Miss California, Crystal Lee. She makes more sense than Obama.

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9 Responses to Who Says That Beauty Queens Are Stoopid?

  1. The Klown says:

    The headline at Raw Story:

    Fox News host: new Miss America, Nina Davuluri, doesn’t ‘represent American values’

    The evidence:

    • angienc says:

      I’ve actually seen that tweet sited as an example of *racism* for the love of fuck.

      Reading comprehension and logic — sorely lacking among the progs. Of course, if they had such skills they wouldn’t be so enthralled with Obama.

    • wmcb says:

      If you look at the time line, he tweeted that when Miss Kansas was eliminated, but well before Miss NY was announced winner. It was not in response to her win.

  2. angienc says:

    That was such a bullshit question at a pageant — and yes, I know that the Miss America circuit is looks, brains & talent (i.e., “the girl next door” unlike Miss USA, who goes to Miss Universe and has more emphasis on aesthetic beauty). Another contestant got a question on Miley Cyrus twerking at the VMAs, for the love of cheese — no way are the 2 equal.

  3. votermom says:

    Is that animated gif too annoying? I can delete it …

  4. The Klown says:

    Has it been two years already?

    The bloom eventually came off the rose, and there are two examples that pretty neatly sum up what went wrong. One: the Radiohead hoax, when the occupiers were tricked into thinking that the band was going to perform in their camp in early October. It turned out to be a cruel joke and you couldn’t exactly blame them, but it was embarrassing nonetheless and spoke to their naiveté just as they were being hailed as the most forward-looking social movement in the country.

    The other happened the week before the Zuccotti eviction at a Spokes Council meeting, the format Occupy adopted after the General Assembly devolved into an unmitigated mess, and that quickly became every bit as messy itself. Attending one held at Murray Bergtraum high school, members of the media were instructed to identify ourselves and our outlets while the organizers took a “temperature check” to gauge which news outlets were approved or disapproved. My face felt hot as a high school gymnasium full of people greeted my announcement that I was from the Voice with silence and a few fluttering fingers to indicate ambivalence or mild approval.

    They never understood the media and never learned how to get us to care beyond arrest figures and violent street scenes, but resented us for focusing on those.

  5. The Klown says:

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