Sunday, March 8, 2009


I am saddened by all of the negative publicity about Jason Mesnick,from the "Bachelor." In an article I read earlier today, Jason was referred to as "the most hated man". I DO NOT HATE HIM! There are two sides to every story. I saw him when he was rejected on the same program by a bachelorette before he became the bachelor. Jason was deeply hurt and I saw a geninue guy with real feelings. Granted, he did not have to humilate Melissa on the program by dumping her on television, but I feel that he was genuinely sorry for doing so. We don't know what Melissa could have done to show her true colors to make Jason change his mind. He admitted falling in love with both women, but somehow, Melissa must have had another side of her which apparently came out and made Jason see he had made a mistake. EVERYONE MAKES MISTAKES. When Jason cried, I believe it was genuine and I resent comments from people saying he cried like a girl. I saw a man who was genuinely sorry for what he did; that is why he cried. It is not bad for a man to cry. The former bachelor, Andrew Firestone, is no longer with Jen Schefft, the woman he proposed to on his finale in 2003. So Jason found out a lot sooner that they were not compatible, and I agree that it is better that he found out now then make a mistake of marrying Melissa and then finding out too late. Yes, I feel bad for Melissa; we have all been there, but WHAT IS SHE NOT TELLING US! As I say, leave him alone, this is not good for his son, and we all know how much Jason loves his son.


Friar Tuck said...

I could not disagree more, other than people should let it go because it just a silly un "reality" shows. The man showed no class and poor character.

David Cho said...

Will you be posting your own video like this? LOL.

Get your yellow curtain now :).

Momma Bear said...

Hi Dave: it's good to hear from you. No, I don't plan to post my own video. I do stand by what I posted here about the bachelor because I have read a great deal about the situation. He was also humiliated by DeAnna Pappas who led him to believe that she loved him and he proposed to her and she turned him down on the program in front of everyone.

Friar Tuck said...

Sure you can use the stations. I am not finished posting about them. you can get ideas for this and things like this from several youth publishers if you wish to explore. Go to your local bookstore and look at the books:

Transforming Prayers
(the books original price was about 15 dollars)
Prayer Path

Sacred Space

Heart, Soul, Mind, Strength

Rose said...

I agree with you. Melissa said she knew that it was over because he told her before the show. She was hurt because he did not tell her it was Molly. Melissa knew that he wanted Molly she said so. She asked him was he leaving for Molly and he led her to believe that he wasn't. That's why she as angry because she felt he lied and rather than to work on their problems he decided to high tail it back to Molly.