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Former Miss Delaware, Day Gardner, Comments on Statements Made by Homosexual Activist Pageant Judge Perez Hilton Against Miss California Carrie Prejean

Miss California to be Commended not Condemned for Her Truthful and Moral Answer to Judge's Politically Charged Question

Contact: Day Gardner, President, National Black Pro-Life Union, 202-834-0844, dgardner@NBPLU.com

WASHINGTON, Apr. 22 /Christian Newswire/ -- I entered pageants in the 'good ole days' way back when it was a bad thing to be a black contestant -- but it was considered a very good thing to be wholesome, moral and honest.

Unfortunately, in today's crazy and mixed-up world where sex, violence, ignorance, arrogance and un-Godliness reign, we are seeing Miss California, Carrie Prejean, ridiculed for something as simple as answering a question in her honest opinion.

The Miss USA Pageant contestant was unfairly discriminated against and denied the Miss USA crown because of homosexual activist judge Perez Hilton who had a problem with her statement regarding marriage.

When asked a question by Hilton about marriage, Carrie stated "marriage should be for a man and a woman."

The judge ranted on and on calling her "a dumb b****" with "half a brain."

I think if anything, his degrading remarks show it is Perez Hilton who is lacking in the brain department. The judge should have applauded the fact that Carrie spoke her honest opinion rather than lie about her views.

She had to know it was a difficult question. She could have lied in order to please the judges and maybe win the crown -- but she didn't.

Maybe there is more going on in that pretty head of hers than meets the eye. At any rate, I wish Carrie Prejean well.

Day Gardner is president of The National Black Pro-Life Union -- an organization founded to serve as a clearing house to coordinate the flow of communications among all African American pro-life organizations and individuals in order to better network and combine resources.