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5 Actual Inappropriate Questions Larry King Should have Asked Carrie Prejean

November 12th, 2009 . by Tim Babb (TANcast's #1 Host/Editor Fan)

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For those of you who “missed” Carrie Prejean’s interview on Larry King live. (“I wouldn’t say I ‘missed it,’ Bob”) You should check out this video. If you get passed her sucking Sarah Palin’s floppy dick, you can watch her be an idiot and almost walk off the show (Starting at about 0:55)

So unless you actually have the brain of a beauty pageant queen, you know that the question was not at all inappropriate. She really just didn’t want to admit that the lawsuits were about money and fame more than some ethical position. She didn’t have a good answer, so she jumped straight into offended mode.

Well, Miss Prejean, if you’d like to be offended here are 5 questions Larry SHOULD have asked you:

1) If the wind “blew open your top” in these photos…why isn’t your hair blown about as well?

2) Is Sarah Palin your hero because George W. Bush was too intellectual for you?

3) I know you come from a conservative family, but don’t you think your mother is coming closer and closer to changing her views on abortion every time you open your idiot mouth?

4) I refuse to believe you’ve even READ a book much less written one…who really wrote that piece of shit you’re trying to hock on my show like it’s QVC?

5) C’mon…admit it, you’re a lesbian aren’t you? Sarah Palin isn’t your “hero,” she’s who you think about when you diddle yourself on video, am I right?

3 Responses to “5 Actual Inappropriate Questions Larry King Should have Asked Carrie Prejean”

  1. Geoff Says:

    6) Are the red, star-shaped nipples natural, or surgically attached?

  2. Bryce (Tancasts #3 Fan) Says:

    This seems like a short Andy blog. Speaking, of where are new blogs?

  3. bear Says:

    pertinent questions all

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