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Would You Buy It?

by popfix 11 October 2009 194 views 4 Comments E-mail popfix

In between the drama, the rumors and the Miss California mayhem, Carrie Prejean has found the time to pen her personal memoir of the what happened since the fateful night when Perez Hilton asked her what she thought about gay marriage in front of a national audience at the Miss USA pageant. In case you forgot what transpired, here’s a refresher courtesy of youtube.com.

Here’s a snippit of the product description of the new book (available November 9th) via Amazon.com:

There’s nothing the liberal media love to attack more than a conservative celebrity. Unless it’s a female conservative celebrity. Make that a beautiful female conservative celebrity. So, when a California beauty queen had the audacity - the nerve - to stand up for traditional marriage in front of a national televised audience, well then, the liberal media went crazy. They called her every vile name in the book - while feminists around the country were oddly silent. Like Sarah Palin, Laura Bush, Ann Coulter and so many before her, Carrie Prejean was vilified for not being the modern American woman that NOW had in mind…

Call it what you want to call it, but THE POP FIX wants to know, would you buy it?


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  • Rory said:

    Maybe. Looks interesting.

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  • Dottie said:

    I think I’ll wait until it hits the $2.00 bargain book table at Barnes and Nobel(which should be next week). One question, Is this book a comedy, tragedy or work of fiction? With quotes like “traditional marriage and opposite marraige” it’s difficult to tell.

  • CJ said:

    Of course not.Carrie is a liar.Claims against CA USA organization are so beyond false they are simply blanant lies. And she’s amean young woman.When Donald Trump fired her,one of the thng he said was that while Carrie was nice to him, she teated everyone else around her like “sh*t”

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