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Hustler’s Larry Flynt: Offering $1 Million for Romney’s Tax Returns!

Larry Flynt

I love it! Flynt… you ARE the man! To all hackers, disgruntled ex-employees and accountants of Romney’s, and as well as insiders… Hustler Magazine Publisher Larry Flynt is offering up to $1 million for Mitt Romney’s tax returns and other financial information, such as off-shore bank accounts.

Just like many Republicans before him, Romney is not a fan of porn – even though one of porn’s most famous names is a big fan of Romney, or at least of the tax rate she thinks she’ll have under Romney. Porn star Jenna Jameson endorsed the Mormon candidate, saying “When you’re rich, you want a Republican in office.”

Romney has promised to “vigorously” crack down on porn and have porn filters installed on all computers. Like hell he will! I don’t watch porn, especially on the internet because then you’re asking for the spam from hell. But if I decide I want to watch some porn, it’s my freedom to do so. Now, I have such a simple solution for Romney vs Porn:

Dear (that made me cringe) Mitt Romney,

•  If you do not like porn then do not watch any porn.
• If you do not like porn, then do not buy nor look at dirty magazines — even when at the sperm clinic to donate for a “worthy cause.”
• If you do not like porn, then do not go to strip clubs (although it appears a lot of your party did while in Tampa… see below the ad). Now, wasn’t that easy?

According to AdWeek magazine, Flynt will be taking an ad out in Sunday’s Washington Post and Tuesday’s USA Today. Solid proof of tax returns and/or offshore accounts will be required in order to make a million. Here is an advanced copy of the ad:

Even though the Republican Party has historically fought porn, many party members and delegates did decide during the RNC in Tampa that is was convenient for them to overlook their party’s dislike of porn — hundreds, if not thousands, decided to visit one of the local strip clubs.

The manager at Skin Tampa tells us, the club sent its hottest girls to the RNC with cards and flyers — they were offering free entry to anyone attending the convention — and apparently the response was insane.

The manager said the club’s traffic exploded thanks to the special RNC deal — and revenue doubled with it. He also said that Mitt Romney had not yet stopped by — but the manager told TMZ in Tampa, “We would love for [him] to come!” ba-da—bum

Now, come on hackers, or old acquaintances, don’t let your public down! I am one of thousands (millions?) who are dying to see Romney’s tax returns.

The Florida strip club the Republicans visited


References:

TMZ: REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION Stripper Business BOOMING in Tampa
AdWeek: Romney Tax Returns Hackers, on your mark!
Addicting Info: Hustler Magazine Publisher Offers $1 Million Reward For Romney Tax Returns

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    • Isn’t it great?!!! And it being Larry Flynt, you know damn well he will pay up to a million. I imagine it’s how much info he’s given depends on what he pays. But could you imagine…. you’ve got the mother-lode… something like ten, twelve years of tax returns…. that’s retirement time, baby!

  1. I love this. I too believe in 100% freedom of my viewing rights,and anything else for that matter.So long as no harm is done to others.This is going to be awesome. Bye mittens 🙂

  2. LOVE this!!!!!! If I share it though, I’ll get run out of my town (“Romneyboro, NH”)!! Oh, HOW I hope he gets to pay out that million!!!!!!!

  3. Larry Flynt has offered money for information and other things many times. One can only hope that $1,000,000 is enough. I don’t know if he has ever been successful in his offers for information before, but it doesn’t seem that he has been. Perhaps more money? The trouble is that those who would (if they could) rat Mitt out would most likely do it for free. I think that historically rewards haven’t been shown to be very effective. Phillip

    PS One can always hope!

    • Although I don’t doubt he has offered money for many things, I honestly don’t recall anything – LOL except for the part in the movie where he refused to disclose his source – but I can’t recall what he had found.

      Anyway, I have a feeling this one has a better chance with success. I wonder if the previous ones before or after everyone started using the internet…

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