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Could It Be ... Satan?

Tuesday, May. 12, 2009 3:44 AM

Miss California (at least until this afternoon's pending decision from The Donald) Carrie Prejean is now claiming that the whole Q&A dustup over same-sex marriage was Satan testing her Christian beliefs.

Since Prejean had previously opined that her answer had cost her the Miss USA crown, we can only gather that Satan is a pageant sponsor. Or a judge. Or Perez Hilton. Or maybe Donald Trump.

Funny how when it comes to a question about same-sex marriage, it's Satan testing you, but when it comes to posing topless to show off your new, improved tits, why, that's just stuff models do, you know?

American-Iranian journalist Roxana Saberi has been released from an Iranian prison. Though her conviction on charges of spying remains, her sentence has been reduced from eight years to two years, suspended.

So why is it that the RNC's Michael Steele insists on trying to convince everyone that the GOP is hip and happening by making lame attempts to use pop culture slang?

I mean, we have the first African-American president in our country's history, a man with notable academic achievements.

But Steele's sales strategy to convince America that the GOP's conservative ideals are worth banking on is to emulate gangsta-rap talk. That this attitude is not only 'conservative,' but better than what President Obama has to offer.


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