Porn Star at the White House

Not sure how the family values crowd squares this stuff with their support for the Republican party but I suspect it's easily massaged away with little media attention and some boys club guffaws when absolutely necessary.

SpinDentist writes: "George Bush will be celebrating... 'Take a Prostitute to Dinner Day.' The prostitute with be 2005 California Businesswoman of the Year, [and porn star and Republican] Mary Carey:


"I'm always excited to learn more about what's going on in our nation's capital, since most people in the porn industry think an Iraqi pullout is a form of safe sex," quipped Carey. "Since I'm seriously considering running for governor of California again, I'm going to need a lot of support from Republican lawmakers nationwide - however I can get it."
"I'm really excited to be going back to Washington D.C. to see the president again," said Carey. "Everyone thinks that politicians are stuffy, but we all had a great time last year, and I had fun signing a lot of autographs. Wait till they see that I have lost 20 pounds since the last time they saw me. Watch out Mr. President!"
The link is here (nsfw). (ASZ, PornNewsHunter)

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