That’s Right Nate

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Does Miss USA Have Terrorist Ties?

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Last night, Michigan’s Rima Fakih was crowned as Miss Universe.   Ms. Fakih was born, not in this country, but in Lebanon. As somebody who never misses a chance to spending an evening in my pajamas watching a pageant, I was both crushed and disappointed.   In the past, beauty pageants have always been the way that we have found those rare women who could speak for their generation.    Amazing women like Phyllis George, Sarah Palin, and Carrie Prejean first came to the public’s attention through their beauty, but it was the pageant that gave them a platform for their intellect.

I thought we had found a worthy successor last night, when Miss Oklahoma’s Morgan Elizabeth Woolard came out with a statement in favor of States Rights worthy of Alabama Governor George Wallace himself.   Ms. Woolard responded to a question from the Mexican on The Office by saying, “I’m a huge believer in states’ rights. I think that’s what’s so wonderful about America.”

As a blonde, Woolard seems a likely candidate to be a future anchor on Fox News.   Unfortunately, Ms. Fakih’s career choices seem considerably  limited.   As Daniel Pipes points out, Muslim women have won 5 beauty pageants in 5 years making one believe that there must be at least some sort of affirmative action at work here.

Rima Fakih could best be described as a homely woman.   One need only look at her long shapely legs, her curvaceous figure, her big doe eyes, her supple lips, her thick flowing hair to see why so many Muslim women wear burkas.  OK, maybe that’s going to I’ve been staring at her picture for the last 20 minutes and she seems to grow on you a little, but like any femme fatale you know it starts off with a wink and ends with you wearing explosive shoes onto an airplane.   OK, according to her blog she’s supporting Republican Michael Bouchard for Governor of Michigan—Oh my she’s a Republican too.   I think I can cure this woman.


Written by thatsrightnate

May 17, 2010 at 6:43 pm

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  1. When I was in high school one of our teachers would complain that most of his beauty had been gazed off by years of students staring at him. Only a little bit of his original beauty remained. It was the area around his eyes where his glasses frame had given him a little bit of protection from the voracious gazing. Sometimes he would take off his glasses to show us.

    If his theory is correct then Muslim women, especially observant ones who normally wear eye blocking burqas or other protective gear, have an unfair advantage when it comes to beauty contests.

    Surely pageant organizationizers should be looking at rules to level the playing field. That opens the question as to whether such rules at the national level would violate states’ rights at the lower level?


    May 18, 2010 at 3:56 am

  2. Thank you Maruda. You really tie things together. This also may be a slightly sinister reason as to why Muslim women win.


    May 18, 2010 at 4:53 am

  3. Your a racist.

    Your also a Nazi because you hate people that don’t look like you.


    May 24, 2010 at 3:13 pm

  4. Oh and I suppose you look like her?


    May 24, 2010 at 9:10 pm

  5. I mean do you?


    May 24, 2010 at 9:10 pm

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