NBC struts ‘gay’ jokes all over Miss UniverseAnd by “continuous ‘gay’ jokes and innuendo,” WND means there were five “gayish” remarks during the two-hour program, since that’s all that they cite in their report. But when you’re as senstivie to gay cooties as WorldNetDaily is, that counts as “continuous.”.
With some of the world’s most beautiful women on display at tonight’s Miss Universe Pageant in Los Angeles, viewers of the NBC broadcast were exposed to a celebration of homosexuality with continuous “gay” jokes and innuendo.
Providing commentary for the program were Carson Kressley, a homosexual who stars on the Bravo network’s “Queer Eye,” and 2004 Miss USA Shandi Finnessey.Whose sexual orientation is not relevant to this report, because we assume that she’s straight.
At one point in the program, when Finnessey was promoting a beauty guide viewers could order, Kressley said, “It’ll tell you how to be a true queen. A beauty queen.”I can’t believe NBC allowed him to strut a homosexual joke and/or innuendo like that on the public airways! Indirect allusions to gay stuff are not at all appropriate at events which display beautiful women!
During analysis of the finalists, Kressley noted, “I also loved Miss Puerto Rico. Again I have to confess I was looking at her dress, I was kind of mesmerized.”So, it was Finnessey who strutted the homosexual joke that time. She’s been corrupted by the gays — clearly a big part of their agenda is to get all the hot women on their side!
“You want to borrow it, is what you want to do,” Finnessey responded.
Regarding some of the contestants’ ability to speak more than one language, Kressley also clowned he was ready to become “bi-,” but then jokingly clarified he meant “bi-lingual.”Which is in itself suspect, since real red-blooded Americans don’t believe in that speaking other languages crap!
In the end, Miss Puerto Rico, 18-year-old Zuleyka Rivera Mendoza, won the competition and was crowned Miss Universe 2006, while Miss USA Tara Conner was fourth runner-up.The bastard! How dare he swoon all over our fine, straight women! No wonder WND is up in arms about this assault on scantily-clad, women-as-products, family values.
“I’m ready to switch teams for [Miss] Puerto Rico,” Kressley swooned.
Anyway, while all of this may not seem like much to you, it’s obviously part of a big, strutting gay plot, the seriousness of which can be deduced from some of the WND links at the end of the piece.
The Gay Agenda(Suuuuure, he’s not. When will Popeye just come out of the closet already?)
How the homosexual agenda affects your family
Homosexual Easter at the White House?
Heath Ledger: From ‘Patriot’ to explicit ‘gay’ sex?
Minute Maid: Popeye not ‘gay’ in O.J. ad
But anyway, this leads us to today’s WorldNetDaily: Daily Poll question, “What do you think of NBC’s ‘gay’ commentary during Miss Universe broadcast?”
The polls only opened an hour or so ago, but here are the top four responses so far:
It’s time to boycott all things NBC againI had to vote “other,” because the answer I would have chosen, “It’s time to boycott all things on Earth that could have been contaminated with ‘gay’ cooties” wasn’t listed. But hey, don’t let me influence you — you should vote your conscience.
I didn’t see or hear the comments on the air, so I can’t really comment
What’s next? NBC showing ‘gay’ GUYS in a similar competition?
This is nuts! What the heck is NBC thinking?
Oh, and speaking of the gayification of the Miss Universe pageant,it’s time to visit Powerline for John Hindrocket’s obligatory report on the event, “Delayed-Blogging Miss Universe.” Sadly, it’s not as exciting as it sounds, so let’s just hit the highlights:
No live-blogging this year, as we have house guests–my youngest brother, the Rocket Prof, and his family. But, through the miracle of Tivo, we preserved the pageant finale to watch after dinner.Wow, that was indeed shocking! I don’t know if my heart can stand much more of this kind of thing!
The initial impression is that this was an evening of upsets. A number of the betting favorites didn’t make the top twenty, while several underdogs broke through. The big shocker was that Miss Australia, the betting favorite just twenty-four hours ago and the contestant who accompanied Donald Trump on the David Letterman Show, didn’t make the cut.
Now the top ten. Several favorites survive: T & T, Puerto Rico, USA.; also Switzerland, whom I still don’t buy.Wait, Hindrocket buys these women? Is that legal?
Miss Japan is in; she looks a whole lot better in real life than in pre-pageant photos.By “real life,” John means, “on TV, which is the realest kind of life, since I would never get this close to beautiful women in the other kind.
Miss Mexico is in; the strange thing about her is that English seems clearly to be her native tongue. Or else she is a heck of a linguist.But since it seems really improbable that a woman from Mexico could speak accentless English unless something funny was going on (which it clearly was, as we know from the WND report), she’s most likely a terrorist. Somebody alert Michelle Malkin!
The evening gown competition. Yawn. Miss Japan is my new favorite. Well, except for Puerto Rico. “I’m ready to switch teams for Puerto Rico,” says the gay host, an odd concept in itself.Joking about switching teams in order to snag hot beautifies queens is indeed an odd concept. See, John would only turn gay for somebody like George Bush, a man of extraordinary vision and brilliance approaching to genius, who is like a great painter or musician who is ahead of his time.
And the winner is: Miss PR! We know from Miss U. gossip sites that she arrived in Los Angeles with two young men whom she described as “personal travel assistants,” and her bearing was described by other competitors as “regal.”Yes, we all know that, because we check out Miss U. gossip sites several times a day. Everyone does. However, Carson Kressley is the only gay man who has ever been associated with the noble sport of beauty pageanting. Damn his “gay” joke strutting — he almost ruined it for the rest of us!