If you're on my Facebook friends list, you will know that I am not a fan of Carrie Prejean, a.k.a. Miss California. It has nothing to do with her views on gay marriage. The reason why she gets under my skin is because, to me, she comes off as being a moral crusader shining the light in a darkened world, but time and time again we keep finding out that's not the case.
Shortly after the infamous "opposite marriage" quote, several pictures of Prejean posing scantly clad, a big no-no in the pageant rules, were released. Then this past week a homemade sex tape featuring Prejean allegedly . . . ahem . . . going solo . . . was brought to light, forcing her to settle her court case with the Miss America producers. She said that the video was shot when she was 17 and it was just for her then-boyfriend. But as said ex told TMZ, she was really twenty.
And then came the Larry King interview:
My new favorite train wreck!
Now with all these new revelations about our favorite opposite marriage advocate, you'd expect me to rip her to shreds. But you know, in a way I'm like Carrie Prejean. I sometimes wear a facade to make people think I'm sweet and have my crap together. But the truth is I'm not. I've got a beam in my eye just as much as the next guy. I have my own personal hang-ups.
So while I am still not a Carrie Prejean fan, I can't really say much, because technically I'm no better.