Homophobia Is Homophobia, Right?

By John W. Lillpop

In an stunning victory for transparency over liberal hypocrisy, Donald Trump has taken the side of Carrie Prejean, the drop-dead beautiful young blond woman who continues to reign as Miss California, despite the best efforts of nut balls like Perez Hilton and others who favor same sex marriage.

As reported, in part, at Politico:


"President Obama ended up in the middle of an unlikely controversy this morning – the debate over Miss California’s position on gay marriage.

"At a press conference addressing Carrie Prejean’s disputed title in the Miss USA competition, pageant owner Donald Trump compared Prejean’s stated views on gay marriage to Obama’s.

“It's the same answer that the president of the United States gave,” Trump said. “She gave an honorable answer. She gave an answer from her heart.”

"In her own remarks moments later, Prejean echoed Trump’s statement, telling reporters: “The president of the United States, the secretary of state, and many Americans agree with me in this belief.”

"In the final round of the Miss USA pageant, Prejean told judge Perez Hilton: “I think in my country, in my family, I think that I believe that a marriage should be between a man and a woman. No offense to anybody out there, but that's how I was raised."

Donald Trump's reasoned and fair decision is a victory for free speech, traditional family values, and all things good and wonderful.

His action also poses a burning question: Why does the gay community go out of its way to tar and feather Carrie Prejean for her "honorable" answer, while wallowing in Obamamania?

After all, homophobia is homophobia, right?