Carrie Prejean: Miss October In 2010 Conservative Calendar

It’s a conservative calendar with Conservative women.

The Clare Both Luce Policy Institute just released its fifth annual Great American Conservative Women Calendar. The calendar features 12 women who are highly prominent in the Conservative movement.

One such woman, which you can behold for the entire month of October, is Carrie Prejean, the ousted Miss California.

“I was so honored to be in the calendar as one of the great American conservative women. As a former beauty queen, it’s refreshing to be taken seriously,” the lovely Prejean said in a statement.

If you remember Prejean was dethroned for supporting traditional marriage and speaking out against gay marriage during the Miss USA pageant.

Interestingly enough, Prejean has achieved a far greater level of fame for standing up for what she’s believes in then she ever would have received from being crowned Miss USA.


“It’s so important for young women on college campuses to feel comfortable standing up for their conservative ideas. Conservative women need to be vocal in the public, and get involved in the media. I hope to have encouraged, and inspired other conservative women out there to not hold back, engage in intelligent discussions, stand up for what you believe in, and get involved. We cannot see a change if we don’t start with ourselves.”

The calendar is free to college students. For everyone else it’s $25 for one or $50 for three. Proceeds go to bringing these women, and others like them, to college campuses to lecture on conservative topics.

Also featured in the calendar are Kate Obenshain, Clare Boothe Luce, Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, Marji Ross, Kellyanne Conway, Michele Bachmann, Bay Buchanan, Phyllis Schlafly, SE Cupp and Star Parker.

Land of Punt is refreshed to see 12 beautiful Conservative women completely and 100% non-objectified. Accompany their picture is a patriotic and inspirational statement they’ve written themselves.

This calendar is all about their minds.

Still, we’re a warm-blooded, quasi-pseudo mythological land. For next year might we suggest adding Sarah Palin, Dana Perino, Cindy McCain, Laura Ingraham, and Elisabeth Hasselbeck.

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