The National Organization for Marriage's mouthpiece, Carrie Prejean, got caught in some hot water when TMZ discovered a sex tape of her. She finally discusses it.
Her main defense? Christians are not perfect. She claims she never was perfect and says so in her no book that she's desperately trying to sell.
Funny. She blames her ex-boyfriend sold the tape and exclaims, "People will do anything for money." Like write a book about a life no one cares to read about? And let a bigoted, anti-LGBT organization hire you as a pawn?
No, Carrie, we all know Christians aren't not perfect. That's what we've been saying all along. But we've also been saying that being a Christian isn't a hall pass for doing whatever you want (sex tapes, pre-marital sex) while condemning others and supporting the stripping of their rights.
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