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Miss California, Bruce Jenner Speaking at Florida Republican Youth Event

The Republican Party of Florida is hosting a big shindig for the youngins next month in Orlando called

Drive the Discussion '09

, and they have concocted one of the most spectacular three ring circus of speakers ever to grace a political stage. 


Olympian turned Village People musical co-star turned plastic surgery victim turned reality TV whore, Bruce Jenner, is the keynote speaker. How exactly does he relate to young people? Portions of his face may fall into the age range of the audience, but the man himself is actually pushing 60. Naked Politics wonders if this means Jenner's stepdaughter Kim Kardashian is going to attend. What kind of serious political blog are you pretending to be Naked Politics if you don't know that Kim is an Obama-loving socialist? Didn't you see this kewt shirt she wore once at the airport? 

The RPOF has also confirmed 13-year-old conservative pundit Jonathan Krohn (not

to be confused with Marco Rubio) will be speaking at the event. He is

13 year olds, and all the jokes I have are horrible. That being said,

he probably makes more sense than half the current adult leaders of the

Republican Party. 


But surely the center of

this three ring circus will be Miss California Carrie Prejean, noted

opponent of opposite marriage. An actual political party that wants to

be taken seriously has invited her to be a guest speaker, because...

uh... I... Trying to explain the phenomenon of Carrie Prejean leaves me

stumbling over words, hey, just like she did. Amazingly, Prejean agreed

to attend even though the event is being held at the Gaylord Palms

Resort. I am glad to see she can put aside her differences with

gaylords for this very important event. 


Anyway,

these are the people (to review: a plastic-faced fame whore, a

13-year-old, and a dumb beauty queen) who will turn around the

Republican parties' fortunes in Florida by inspiring the young people.

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