Oh man, at first I was thrilled with her response to her opinion of the Arizona immigration law: “I’m a huge believer in states’ rights. I think that’s what’s so wonderful about America. So I think it’s perfectly fine for Arizona to create that law.”
There was a great crowd reaction after that, but she just couldn’t help adding the “but I’m also against profiling so I understand both points of view” at the end. A better capper would have been, “and I’m also against gay marriage, pal! Any more questions?”
Even with the retreat at the end, I’m sure this had something to do with why Miss Oklahoma ended up as the runner-up and not the winner:
She got in there pretty good but then pulled out faster than Bill Clinton when he heard Hillary about to open his office door on intern interview day.
If you weren’t paying attention, and I wasn’t either, Miss Michigan won the Miss USA crown. She’s a total dingbat, but hey, at least that’s one less person in our huge unemployment line here in Michigan.