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The President and the Porn Star

Not that president.

The President and the Porn Star

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Carey Not that president.

Last night, porn star and former California gubernatorial candidate Mary Carey, got to dine with President Bush at a fund raiser for fellow GOP heavy hitters. That is Carey, above, decked out in patriotic garb for a publicity photo, courtesty of Radar Magazine.

Fulfilling a long-time dream to press the .... ok, I'll do this straight. The star of Everybody Likes Big Boobies was attending the National Republican Congressional Committee with Mark Kulkis, president of Kick Ass Pictures. According to Adult Video News (this is a first-time citation for Blinq), "Kulkis serves as an Honorary Chairman on the NRCC’s Business Advisory Council, a group of business people who advocate a progressive, pro-business agenda. His company produces hardcore adult videos with a guarantee of 'No Fake Boobs & No Condoms.' " When Carey ran in the 2003 California Recall Election, Kulkis served as her campaign manager.

Kulis told Radar Magazine that the GOP came to him. He put his company's name a pro-Republican ad in the Wall Street Journal, then received an invitation and paid for two $2,500 tickets. NRCC spokesman Carl Forti conceded as much to the AP and said, "Their money was donated to the NRCC. The NRCC’s job is to elect Republicans. We’ll take that money and use it to elect more Republicans."

Carey told the magazine that meeting Bush had always been one of her dreams. She and Kulkis were to first attend a luncheon with presidential adviser Karl Rove, whom she describes as "very sexy," and later sup with the prez.

"President Bush is pretty good looking," she told Radar. "It’ll be fun. He seems like a party animal. Look at his daughters — they obviously get it from somewhere. I’d love to party with them."

If this was Clinton, she'd have been dining in a glass booth.

Tom
Posted 06/15/2005 03:56:21 PM
Unlike Clinton, however, Bush is screwing the entire nation.
PLD
Posted 06/15/2005 04:12:22 PM
HA! And they say Radar circ. isn't doing well!
JP
Posted 06/16/2005 08:08:14 AM
If you have the money or the equipment you can buy your way into influence, the rest of us can just watch.
JP
Posted 06/16/2005 08:08:14 AM
If you have the money or the equipment you can buy your way into influence, the rest of us can just watch.
ALa
Posted 06/19/2005 01:15:23 PM
Not anywhere near Marilyn, but WAY better than Monica! ;) 
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