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"Articulate" girls? For sure Affirmative Action.

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Submitted by Carla (United States), May 18, 2010 at 06:24

Although some people defend the idea that they are beautiful, intelligent and "Articulate" and thus deserve the prize (as if being articulate is a quality hold only by super special people- a stupid Dr. Phil's TV's motto " Intelligent and Articulate"), I definitely bend to the idea of affirmative action.

Beauty Pageant competition of this level always takes in consideration what most people in the country like. To this very day, fresh blond babe, with green /blue or hazel eyes are preference- This is so true that many, many women prefer to light or completely blond their hair. Even some Asians in North America, lightly blond their hairs. In China blond Barbie is a must- as recently reported.

Also, skinny is a preference not skeleton. Elegance and Top Model style walking on the stage, something Rima did not have" counts. Rima is a skeleton, did a huge mistake on stage, etc... But b/c she is "intelligent and articulate", skeleton and made her skin more brunet- something so artificial btw, she deserves to win- Oh please!!!

In my opinion, some are beautiful but still far behind eligible to win a contest of this level- much less to represent America.

As for the exotic one, she should win a contest for exotic ones. There are plenty of girls from India and other countries in the US far more beautiful than the "exotic" Kohistani- that BTW looks like a teen from a TV program for teens.

Georgina holds a European standard and is she IS very beautiful- thus eligible- but Anisah, oh please... in my opinion, to choose her is an insult to the public intelligence- or Affirmative Action in this case.

Nora – at least in what I saw in the picture at http://pageantcenter.com/news/2007/pageant_news_2007.html, is really not skinny enough for that contest.

Finally, I was wondering if the judges are ready to open their finances just in case Islamists help finance their income.

Politics, hands washing hands and appeasement for fear also count. Of course, they will deny that to "their teeth" and the more they immediately scream, the more I think they lie.

The strong Islamists manipulation, blackmail, Shariah finance and indoctrination in America brought along with it new infidel Americans, cowards like never found before in the American history.

In other blogs, Rima is called the Hezbollah girl and I believe that. I truly believe that calling Rima something rich in the American diversity – done in another blog- is a new way to whitewash Islam, by diverting attention through (implicit) association.

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