Oopsie! Romney’s been exposed by Jenna Jameson as the guy you vote for if you are super rich. Romney has been endorsed by porn star Jenna Jameson, because “when you’re rich, you want a Republican in office.”
No doubt, Jenna!
Jenna dished out her glitzy endorsement while sipping champagne in the VIP room of the Gold Club (a strip club in San Fran). Jameson told a KCBS-TV reporter:
“I’m very looking forward to a Republican being back in office,” Jameson said while sipping champagne in a VIP room at Gold Club in the city’s South of Market neighborhood. “When you’re rich, you want a Republican in office.”
Jenna has also supported PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) in the past. Perhaps the adult film star isn’t aware of Romney’s infamous Seamus top of the car 12 hour trip, or maybe she is a real Republican and the dollars come first before compassion and ethics.
Remember back when Jameson was telling us all to pleather ourselves? “Pleather Yourself,” she purred in her PETA campaign. And then there was the chicken campaign, “If you ask chickens, there’s no such thing as a ‘Happy Meal.'”
A Mitt Happy Meal is lower taxes for the uber rich, and on this, Jenna stands with Mitt. I gotta hand it to her, she distilled this race down to the nitty gritty, but then, she was once the “Queen of Porn.”
Jenna Jameson’s endorsement of Mitt Romney isn’t embarrassing because of her notoriety as an adult film star, though certainly this gives the alleged family values candidate reason #1 why she won’t be standing next to him at the convention, but because in one champagne sipping moment, the blond exposed all of the Republican’s smoke and mirror tax “reform” nonsense.
The very rich know, if you want to have a guy looking out after your best interests, vote Mitt. The rest of You Suckers get strapped to the top of Romney’s car for a ride you might not enjoy very much.
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