Carrie Prejean probably owns a bunch of bibles, but I’m guessing she doesn’t own any dictionaries. Or else she might understand the meaning of the word “hypocrite.” Carrie has gone on and on about morality and family values and her faith, which is all well and good. Unless you go off on how it’s immoral for two men to marry, or pose for topless photos. Everyone’s entitled to their beliefs, and allowed to take their tops off. Just don’t go lecturing other people on morality.
Hypocrite Carrie, still thinking that she’s set the bar so high and needs to lecture the rest of us on proper behavior, has gone off on pornography in her new book. That’s right, the girl who just dropped her $1 million lawsuit when she was shown her solo sex tape still thinks she’s more moral than the rest of us.
Carrie Prejean is shifting the blame for those topless modeling photos she took back in the day — now she claims our “culture” is the real problem … not just “the wind.”
In her new “tell-all” book, Carrie dedicates an entire passage to bitch about “pornography,” writing:
“Unfortunately, pornography has become mainstreamed — it rushes at us through big screens, portable screens; soft-core porn is on mainstream TV cable stations, hard-core porn is just a mouse click away on the internet, and the envelope of what seems acceptable seems to get pushed farther and farther as more and more people are exposed to this material.
The result is that girls grow up in a culture where it is hard to have an innocent, healthy, normal view of themselves, how they should behave, how they should act, and how they should dress.”
Carrie then addresses the topless pics directly, and states, “Our bodies are temples of the Lord. We should earn respect and admiration for our hearts, not for showing skin to look sexy … I have since learned that your outer beauty can only get you so far in life.”
Carrie’s obviously referencing her topless shots and not her solo sex tape, since this was written a while ago and the sex tape scandal just happened last week. I wonder what she would say – and how she’d rephrase – if this were written after video emerged of her giving herself a hand? And you’ll notice at no point does Carrie actually say she was wrong, or admit to the contradiction between her morals and values and actual behavior. All she said was “I have since learned that your outer beauty can only get you so far in life.” That’s not much.
If she weren’t so sanctimonious, I wouldn’t care. But I really hope that video gets out, just to put her in her place. And you know it will – how long can a semi-celebrity sex tape really stay under wraps these days? Oh, and as a chuckle-worthy little aside, guess who else was in the room when lawyers showed Carrie her sex tape? Her mama.