Bestiality, pornography, racism, and the race for Governor of New York

Buffalo Rising:

WNYMedia has found and published controversial emails allegedly sent by Carl Paladino, Buffalo real estate magnate and newly announced candidate for Governor of New York. The emails contain rather crude racist and sexist material. WNYMedia’s report has been picked up by countless national sites including Huffington Post, Talking Points Memo, Opposing Views and the NY Daily News and, as a result, the amount of traffic to WNYMedia’s Paladino’s story has reportedly crashed their servers multiple times throughout the day. And now, the Buffalo News has chimed in with an article on the controversy.

The emails, which are too crude to publish here, contain images of Africa tribesmen dancing entitled “Obama Inaugaration Rehearsal” and an email showing chimpanzees doing an Irish dance entitled “proof the Irish discovered Africa” and another email depicting bestiality.

Paladino’s campaign manager, Michael Caputo, has responded by saying “Many of these emails he received were off-color, some were politically incorrect, few represented his own opinion, and almost none of them were worth remembering. We’re not surprised the political establishment feels threatend by Carl’s drive to take Albany back for taxpayers.”

He went on to say that “It figures that members of the party who brought us record taxes, record spending and record debt would want to change the topic from reform to having sex with horses and S&M parlors.”

Of course, we all knew Paladino’s campaign for governor would be unorthodox and off-color. But few of us expected he would be at the center of this many controversies this quickly. We’re not 3 weeks from Paladino’s already-notorious comparison of the passing of health reform to 9/11 and now he’s in the middle of another firestorm.

Paladino, a love-him-or-hate-him figure if ever there was one, was a long shot to win the governor’s race prior to the recent controversies. Now, one wonders if his campaign is over before it really started. Maybe Paladino could benefit from Mayor Brown’s offer of hug therapy.


Embedded links at the original. Following the one to WNYMedia, readers who are not easily offended can see the somewhat-redacted content of some of the Paladino emails in question:

http://www.wnymedia.net/paladino/


Unusual for a race for Governor, this is not the first time bestiality has come up as an issue. As previously reported here, https://independentpoliticalreport.com/2010/04/ny-times-asylum-com-cover-kristin-davis-campaign-for-governor-of-new-york/

Asylum.com featured the following Q & A with Kristin Davis, who is running for the Libertarian nomination as well as possibly planning to qualify the Personal Freedom Party for the ballot if the Libertarians do not nominate her.

http://www.asylum.com/2010/03/18/former-manhattan-madam-kristin-davis-runs-for-governor/

Mar 18th 2010 By Oliver Noble

Former ‘Manhattan Madam’ Runs for Governor, Reveals She’s Pro-Bestiality

Asylum correspondent Oliver Noble recently caught up with Davis at a party to celebrate her gubernatorial run. In his report, Noble discovered that Davis is down with legalizing pretty much everything. He also got Davis to reveal which sitting female politicians would net the most cash in the World’s Oldest Profession …

The Libertarian party nomination will be decided this weekend:

http://ny.lp.org/

38th Annual State Convention

Saturday, April 24th
Hilton Garden Inn
1389 Washington Avenue
Albany, New York

Convention Speakers

George Phillies – libertarian activist, former candidate for Congress in Massachusetts, and candidate for the 2008 LP Presidential nomination. George is Treasurer and former Chair of his Party State Committee and has been active in the American Civil Liberties Union. He edits and publishes the newsletter Liberty for America.

Stephen Vasquez – NY State Coordinator of Campaign for Liberty. Steve was a 2008 candidate for Congress in the Capital District who was endorsed by Ron Paul. He has networked with leaders of other organizations and is a recognized presence by those from across the political spectrum.

Bob Ward – Deputy Director of the Nelson Rockefeller Institute of Government, a public policy think tank of the State University of New York and author of New York State Government. He is a former newspaper and editor and has studied and written extensively about the workings of our state government.

Eric Sundwall – libertarian activist and former candidate for Congress, state chair, national committee alternate, host and producer of Capital Outsider.

Schedule of Events

Friday Night – a number of local activities and events in the immediate Albany area will be posted and updated on the web site as we get closer to the date

Saturday April 24

* 8:30 am – Registration begins
* 9:00 am – Guest speakers (2)
* 10:30 am – Presentations by candidates for state wide public office and candidates for party positions.
* Noon – Buffet lunch with guest speaker
* 1:00 pm Business session
o Selection of party officers:
+ Chair
+ 2 vice chairs
+ Secretary
+ Treasurer
+ 5 at large members of the state committee
o Selection of candidates for public office
+ Governor, Lt Governor
+ State Comptroller
+ Attorney General
+ 2 US Senate candidates, 1 for a term of 2 years, and 1 for a term of six years.
o At the discretion of the chair, regional reports and special presentations may be placed on the agenda so as to fill the space that frequently occur between ballots.
* 6:00 pm – Dinner with guest speaker, presentation of statewide candidates and fund raising for the candidates and petition drive, as well as a few surprises.

Known candidates for the gubernatorial nomination are

Kristin Davis
http://kristindavis2010.com/

Warren Redlich
http://wredlich.com/ny/

Sam Sloan
http://www.anusha.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sam_Sloan

It is possible that there could be other candidates nominated that we have not heard about.

Related:

Paulie asks Warren Redlich, Kristin Davis to debate before LPNY convention; asks Davis for interview or Q & A with IPR readers

Kristin Davis, Warren Redlich, and the NYLP’s Decision

Kristin Davis Asks Tucker Carlson To Be Running Mate

Kristin Davis for Governor: update

LibertarianBlue blog reports on New York gubernatorial candidates Carl Paladino, Steve Levy, Kristin Davis and Warren Redlich

LNC alternate Scott Lieberman, Kristin Davis and supporters to meet in New York

https://independentpoliticalreport.com/2010/03/conservatives-libertarians-greens-tea-party-and-other-alternative-choices-for-governor-of-new-york/ provides a lot of background on the race.

Kristin Davis, Warren Redlich on gun rights

Kristin Davis Party Label in New York Will be “Personal Freedom Party”

Kristin Davis to Run for New York Governor as an Independent

Warren Redlich: ‘NY Tea Party Candidate for Governor’

Kristin Davis: ‘Legalize It!’

BallerStatus.com: 50 Cent Lends Support For Former Madam Kristin Davis’ Run For Office?

Albany Times Union: From Guilderland to governor’s mansion?

Kristin Davis: Political class is driving New York State into the toilet

‘Manhattan Madam’ Kristin Davis: ‘Why I will run for Governor in 2010’

Update on Warren Redlich for Governor

‘Manhattan Madam’ after Libertarian nomination for NY Governor, faces nomination competition

Warren Redlich campaign video

News 10 Now reports on Warren Redlich for Governor

New York: Libertarians may have governor candidate

Carl Paladino Runs For Republican and Conservative Line, May Create “Tea Party” Line

New York Tea Party Group Considers Independent Ballot Line

27 thoughts on “Bestiality, pornography, racism, and the race for Governor of New York

  1. Mik Robertson

    The “Q&A” with Kristen Davis was not really done to elaborate on her positions. Limiting responses to yes, no, or pass doesn’t really constitute an interview. She also reveals she is pro-grenades.

  2. paulie Post author

    A candidate for governor should have known better that to say “yes” to a question about bestiality, no matter the format. On the other hand I think Paladino’s emails were a lot worse, and Davis did a much better job in her interview with the Daily Caller.

    http://dailycaller.com/2010/03/09/spitzer-madam-kristin-davis-busts-into-new-york-governors-race/

    From page 3 of that interview:

    The DC: You say you supplied high-priced escorts for Eliot Spitzer over a five-year period in which he was both the highest law enforcement officer in the state and the governor as chief executive. Yet there is no proof of this and you were not prosecuted in the same action in which Governor Spitzer was identified by the government as Client No. 9.

    KD: While it is true that my first lawyer, Mark J. Heller purposely “lost” or sold privileged records and audio tapes that would prove beyond any doubt that Spitzer was a long-term client of my agency, fortunately I personally retained more than sufficient records, e-mails and audio recordings to remove any doubt as to whether Eliot Spitzer was a client of my company.

    I have said previously that the governor was into some pretty kinky stuff and that it was difficult for me to find escorts willing to spend time with him more than once. I know that he used various agencies and my lawyers now tell me they have been told by individuals in Justice Department and the district attorney’s office that in Spitzer’s own discussion and proffer in the Emperor’s Club matter he “rolled on” me giving the government information, which ensured my prosecution so that he could walk.

    I have spoken ad nauseum about the inequities in the justice system. I have no doubt that Spitzer used his relationship with District Attorney Morgenthau to avoid prosecution and to ensure that I was given an unreasonably high bail in a victimless crime as a deterrent to my speaking publicly regarding Governor Spitzer and his abuse of women and sexual appetites as well as his idiosyncrasies such as his propensity to haggle over price. I will admit some of the girls said he tipped generously. One gorgeous British call girl got a $1,000 tip for her little dog’s vet bill.

    P) Dog’s vet bill? Maybe a bestiality connection there, too…

  3. Cody Quirk

    I wouldn’t be surprised if she was in favor of them; actually she probably is.

    I thought the Asylum interview was quite funny, but I still wouldn’t vote for her.

  4. paulie Post author

    How about Paladino?

    If you lived in NY, given what you know about the race now, who would you vote for?

  5. paulie Post author

    Interesting. Just found another connection between Paladino and Davis: Roger Stone. Stay tuned….


    http://blog.timesunion.com/capitol/archives/25281/redlich-speaks-ive-been-running-for-governor/

    There’s been some interesting back and forths between Guilderland Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Warren Redlich and Roger Stone, who is closely associated with Buffalo GOP candidate Carl Paladino and his advisor Michael Caputo.

    It’s gotten more interesting in light of our earlier post about the Paladino-Caputo-Stone-Redlich nexus.

    Redlich just posted a string of emails between Stone and himself and he stressed that, no, he’s not looking to run for AG. (The string is full of juicy tidbits: a potential political dalliance between Kristin Davis and Larry Flynt; Paladino’s plans for a statewide TV campaign and Stone’s theory that Lazio might get a judicial nomination to get him out of the way)

    “The idea came out from somewhere that I could be on the Attorney General ticket with Paladino,” said Redlich.

    “I’ve been running for governor, I’ve been running for governor, I’ve been running for governor,” he stressed.

    He said he met briefly with Paladino during a Tea Party gathering in Buffalo earlier in the month and someone had broached the issue of a team-up but, Redlich said, he didn’t sound interested.”

    Redlich added that he’s confident he’ll get the Libertarian nomination during their convention this Saturday at the Hilton Garden Inn on Central Ave here in Albany especially in light of the possibility, referenced in the email string, that fellow candidate Kristin Davis may not show and instead may try to petition her way on the ballot if Redlich is competing with her.

    Still, Redlich said he also wants to address the GOP convention if they’ll let him where he would represent the Tea Party movement and their point of view.

    Stone, who was just interviewed by Fred Dicker on Talk 1300, stressed that he’s not officially working for Paladino but is advising Caputo. “I’m giving my friend a great deal of advice and as you know I’m a kibitzer.”

  6. paulie Post author

    http://blog.timesunion.com/capitol/archives/25264/e-mails-show-stone-strategizing-for-paladino/

    E-mails show Stone strategizing for Paladino

    Roger Stone has negotiated with Guilderland Town Board Member Warren Redlich to have Redlich abandon his gubernatorial ambitions and run for attorney general in alliance with Buffalo developer Carl Paladino, according to e-mails obtained by the Times Union.

    Redlich, a traffic lawyer, is pursuing the Republican and Libertarian party nominations. Stone, the colorful (and at times, hard-ball) political consultant, is backing Kristin Davis, the madam who provided prostitutes for ex-Gov. Eliot Spitzer. Davis is also seeking the Libertarian endorsement, and has said she will petition her way onto the ballot through a new party if denied.

    “Because of her tangential connection to Spitzer no other race makes sense for her. She, unlike you, has a shelf life. The further from Spitzer downfall the less her ability to command coverage. No other race has any logic for her,” Stone wrote Tuesday in an e-mail to Redlich, which Redlich provided. “Were you to support her actively you could help win her the votes to be nominated. If you ran for AG I could get Paladino to let you ride on both his GOP (you are a registered R) and Tea Party petitions- and thus get in the GOP primary for real and get a second line. I can have Paladino himself confirm this if you like.”Stone also proposed Redlich run as Davis’ lieutenant governor. The Libertarians will hold their state convention on Saturday in Albany. It’s unclear if Davis will attend.

    This is the strongest suggestion yet of the nexus between Stone and the Paladino campaign. Paladino is seeking the Republican and Conservative nominations, and has said he will spend pu to $10 million of his own money to create another statewide line appealing to Tea Party activists. I saw Stone schmoozing with VIPs at Paladino’s Buffalo announcement earlier this month.

    “He’s making offers that they’ll make me the attorney general candidate under Paladino’s ticket, which I don’t know why he has the authority to do that. And you’ve got Roger Stone working for two gubernatorial candidates at the same time. That stands out to me,” Redlich told me by phone. “You’ve got Carl Paladino saying he’s trying to be different. You’ve got him now working with a political whore who’s trying to put a whore on the ticket.”

    Reached by phone, Stone said he is not being paid by Paladino, but acknowledged he has a “very warm relationship” with Paladino and his campaign manager Michael Caputo, who Stone described as a “protégé of mine for 30 years.”

    “I never said I controlled anything,” Stone told me. “It just shows I have a warm relationship with him and his campaign. Have you heard of cross-endorsement?”

    Indeed, Stone wrote to Redlich that “only Carl can speak for Carl.” But he also explained the logic in his idea, noting that there is no declared Republican candidate for attorney general.

    “I am highly confident Carl would see the wisdom in an alliance with you. I am not at liberty to say more. My outlook is based on $80K worth of polling. Beating Andrew Cuomo requires a multi-candidate race. A rock-rib Republican on the libertarian line is not good for Paladino,” Stone wrote. “I still think a race for AG in the GOP primary is good for Carl, good for you, good for libertarians and good for a tea party line if one has to be formed. You could end up on three lines in a race with a WEAK liberal Eric Schneiderman. My research on him is devastating. We both know your current candidacy in the GOP primary is a bluff as the petitions will be an expensive pain in the ass. Doesnt have to be this way.”

    “Jesus man, wake up! You could actually win this race,” Stone wrote of an attorney general bid, before turning to Redlich’s gubernatorial prospects. “Do you have a plan? to get 50,000 votes? to win a GOP primary? to actually position yourself to win?”

    Stone wrote to Redlich that Paladino “has been a bit busy with his e-mails and all…” but that he “has giant balls and will not be stopped despite his current problems. He gets better as a candidate every day.”
    “Carl Paladino can win in my opinion. The stars have to line up. But they will,” Stone wrote.

    I asked him about this, and he said that he has two goals in this election cycle: to have Davis win the necessary 50,000 votes needed to automatically keep the line on the statewide ballot for four years, and to defeat Andrew Cuomo, the assumed nominee of the Democratic Party.

    “The two are not mutually exclusive,” Stone said.

    Update: “Calling Kristin a whore is both in bad taste and actionable. She was a madam. not a whore,” Stone noted after the first version of this post went up. “Davis has called on Redlich to apoligize.”

    Finally, the gubernatorial race gets down to issues.

    Update 2: Caputo wrote to Redlich that “Stone has no business horse trading for Carl.”

  7. Scott Lieberman

    If you watch the video embedded in the article above to the very end, you will see the interviewer ask if he can squeeze Ms. Davis’s boob.

    I am not sure if Ms. Davis misheard the question about bestiality, or if she heard it and figured she would play along, but it would be a mistake for anyone to take this interview as anything other than a thinly disguised comedy routine.

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  9. paulie Post author

    I am not sure if Ms. Davis misheard the question about bestiality, or if she heard it and figured she would play along, but it would be a mistake for anyone to take this interview as anything other than a thinly disguised comedy routine.

    Clearly.

    But that was the time to say “no.”

  10. paulie Post author

    But it’s okay if the beast consents, right?

    Zoophiles claim that non-verbal cues can clearly communicate consent or non-consent. But how would they be able to prove it, or how would a non-human animal allege/prove lack of consent?

  11. Libertarian Party is Immorality Party

    Beastiality, pornography, teabagging.

    Sounds like the Libertarians all right.

    But really they should just be called the DEATH TO AMERICA PARTY

    They back dope, pornography, homosexuality, beastiality, child molesting, and every other perversion that keeps Americans from being conceived.

    If they manage to get conceived, libertarians support abortion so they die before they are born. And many libertarians even openly support infanticide against young children!

    But what if an American child is born.

    Well, they are against education.

    And they want to ship all the jobs to china.

    If there are any jobs left in America they want to give them to the Mexicans.

    Meanwhile they want everyone stoned on dope so they can’t work even if they could get a job.

    Then they support tea bagging so Americans can’t get government aid if they don’t have a job.

    And they don’t want to support farmers with government help, so there is no food to eat anyway.

    Just in case they have not managed to kill every American with their Death to America plan. Thy support surrendering to the Islamo Fascists.

    They should just become the Death to America Party and be honest about it at least.

  12. Mik Robertson

    @2 “…and Davis did a much better job in her interview with the Daily Caller.”

    Much better. She is in fact a very good candidate for Governor. It will be interesting to see who the New York Libertarian Party nominates.

  13. Cody Quirk

    If you lived in NY, given what you know about the race now, who would you vote for?

    = Paladino sounds like an extremist asshole. I’d go for Jan Johnson instead.

  14. Kimberly Wilder

    I had high hopes for the Kristin Davis campaign, because I do think it is a warning to men that any woman in your life–even those who you exploit–could rise up and run against you for office! And, I do think that she kept Spitzer out of the NY Governor’s race, and I commend her for that.

    But, I think that having Davis put prices on other women politicians is sexist and exploitive.

    It is fine if Kristin Davis wants to present herself and her ideas a certain way, but she should not push those values on other women, or force other women to be thought about sexually.

    By, the way, I stopped watching the video because it made me angry. But, did she put prices on the men politicians? Or, do only women deserve to be thought of as sex objects?

  15. paulie Post author

    @15 from reason.com:

    ABC’s Jonathan Karl reports that an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission’s inspector general recently nabbed 31 of the agency’s employees, including 17 “senior SEC officers with salaries ranging from $100,000 to $222,000 per year,” for browsing Internet porn during work hours (links added so you can exercise proper SEC oversight):

    The Securities and Exchange Commission is supposed to be the sheriff of the financial industry, looking for financial crimes like Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme. But the new report, obtained by ABC News, says senior employees of the SEC spent hours on the commission’s computers looking at sites like naughty.com, skankwire, [and] youporn…

    One senior attorney at SEC headquarters in Washington spent up to eight hours a day accessing Internet porn. When he filled all the space on his government computer with pornographic images, he downloaded more to CDs and DVDs that accumulated in boxes in his offices.

    An SEC accountant attempted to access porn websites 1,800 times in a two-week period and had 600 pornographic images on her computer hard drive.

    Another SEC accountant attempted to access porn sites 16,000 times in a single month.

    In one case, the report said, an employee tried hundreds of times to access pornographic sites and was denied access. When he used a flash drive, he successfully bypassed the filter to visit a “significant number” of porn sites.

    The employee also said he deliberately disabled a filter in Google to access inappropriate sites. After management informed him that he would lose his job, the employee resigned.

  16. To LPIMP @15:

    Time to feed a troll for the entertainment value only.
    Beastiality, pornography, teabagging.
    Learn to spell, for starters. And teabagging can be fun sex, or so your ex-girlfriend told me last night. She used to be into bestality, but then she broke up with you. She prefers literate women and well-hung intelligent men like me now instead.
    Sounds like the Libertarians all right.
    Nah. Sounds more like Democrats and Republicans. Libertarians aren’t necessarily into that stuff, but they don’t care if you are. Democrats and Republicans are into that stuff and then some, then they go ape about banning it in some sort of personal guilt trip projceted onto everyone else. Kinda like how you sound here, come to think of it.
    But really they should just be called the DEATH TO AMERICA PARTY
    Iran has that one taken, even with the proper punctuation. Libertarians much prefer a free society rather than an enslaved one that thinks a woman’s exposed cleavage in a Lane Bryant ad causes earthquakes, when all it really does is cause the centrifugues in their nuclear program to spin faster in excitement and make ABC look very stupid because their ideal woman looks like this: http://img.allposters.com/6/LRG/30/3060/K62DF00Z.jpg
    They back dope, pornography, homosexuality, beastiality, child molesting, and every other perversion that keeps Americans from being conceived.
    Silly you. 300+ million Americans have been conceived–even you by accident, probably after your daddy was teabagging his priest while your mama was being done by the goat. They were all high at the time, or so the nun said, but she was distracted by the lesbian porn being played in the confessional. They all joined PETA later to continue their animal husbandry in a more humane (meaning whacked-out leftist) way.
    If they manage to get conceived, libertarians support abortion so they die before they are born. And many libertarians even openly support infanticide against young children!
    Got news for you–to die one has to be born first. It’s that sequence of life thing that fools like you don’t understand very well, probably because you don’t have one to begin with. BTW, Libertarians don’t support infanticide either–that would have been the Jews under Herod, who were hardly libertarian because it wasn’t kosher at that time to advocate for freedom under Roman rule, as both John the Baptist and Jesus Christ got exectued for doing that in their own unique ways.
    But what if an American child is born.
    If they’re born, they’re usually punctual about it, around 38-42 weeks, with the occassional early arrival. Punctuality and punctuation are not your strong suit, however.
    Well, they are against education.
    Just public education, and that is EINO (“education in name only” to elementary-school dropouts like you.).
    And they want to ship all the jobs to china.
    Nope, whether you mean porcelain or capitalized. Republicans already did that when they decided to let the Wall Street tail wag the Main Street dog. Democrats were complicit in that as well. Libertarians understand economics far better than those fools (and you!) because they understand how jobs on Main Street spurs the real economy, not the paper shuffling on Wall Street.
    If there are any jobs left in America they want to give them to the Mexicans.
    “They took our jobs!” Funny you should say that, because those Mexicans, based on your rants here, are probably more literate and qualified anyway. Libertarians don’t *want* to do anything to people. They just want to let them do it–whatever “it” is–to themselves withour harming anyone else and being responabile for the aftereffects of “it”. If a Mexican took your job, in your case it’s probably your fault for being an underqualified-for-McDonalds dolt.
    Meanwhile they want everyone stoned on dope so they can’t work even if they could get a job.
    Which dope? Nicotine? Sugar? Booze? Caffeine? Oh, wait a minute, those are already legal, addictive, and prevalent in the workplace now. Libertarians are not a Bob Dylan song. Talk about taking stereotyping into 7.1 Surround Sound territory!
    Then they support tea bagging so Americans can’t get government aid if they don’t have a job.
    Holy cow, a second definition of teabagging! I didn’t think you had it in you to go out to those Interwebs and find one, let alone two. Sure Libertarians support calling for more liberty. Absolutely true and absolutely admirable, unless you’re some sort of pro-state idiot. As for government aid, Libertarians don’t like that either, because that aid is actually taken from others–and it costs them those jobs that you’re complaining Libertarians want to give to the Mexicans.
    And they don’t want to support farmers with government help, so there is no food to eat anyway.
    You’ve never even found a farm on a map, let alone been on one, have you? Food shortages aren’t from a lack of subsidies (meaning socialist redistribution of funds to support failing enterprises with bad business models–see also BAILOUTs), but from a lack of bad farming, be it by bad crop management, bad GMO seeds, exhausted soil, increased costs of fertilizers and other oil products like gas an oil for the equipment, increased water costs in droughts, and so on. But I guess in your mind the farmers without their subsidies turn to growing pot and screwing cows.
    Just in case they have not managed to kill every American with their Death to America plan. Thy support surrendering to the Islamo Fascists.
    You should surrender your keyboard to a spell-checker. That, and quit being an illiterate ventriloquist dummy for Eric Dondero, who is a ventriloquist dummy himself. There’s this wonderful concept called “non-interventionism”. I know it’s a very big word for you, so get your intellectual superiors (meaning any of your cousins and siblings around you in the trailer park, including your dog) to explain it and George Washington’s Farewell Address to you, preferably in short words of one syllable or less so you’ll understand it.
    They should just become the Death to America Party and be honest about it at least.
    So let’s see here, you object to getting rid of personal and coporate welfare, to people doing drugs, or having sex, or getting educated outside the public schools; you think libertarains like sex with non-human animals, and you think libertarians are about making people unemployed, aborted, stoned, and destroying the nation. You do all that while displaying a barely rudimentary grasp of the English language, lacking any clue of what libertariansim truly is, and while licking the feet of the glorious state that steals your posterity, rapes your posterior, and leaves you begging, “Please sir, may I have another?” in a voice that would make Oliver Twist jealous.
    I therefore know your identity. You are Nancy Reid. Or Harry Pelosi. Or both. It doesn’t matter. You’re still a statist fool of a troll.
    Feeding over. No, he can’t have another.

  17. Alexander S. Peak

    “Third Party Revolution” writes, “Well if she is in favor of legalizing everything, is she in favor of legalizing pedophilia or incest?”

    I cannot comment on what she favours, as I know nothing about her. But as far as nonviolent, noncoercive incest between adults goes, I see no reason why the government should step in and use violence against such persons. I fact, I find my stomach churning just thinking about the government initiating such violence. (Not to imply that you support said violence.)

    Regards,
    Alex Peak

  18. paulie Post author

    By, the way, I stopped watching the video because it made me angry. But, did she put prices on the men politicians? Or, do only women deserve to be thought of as sex objects?

    No prices on male politicians, but at the end the interviewer asked her if he could touch her boob (no), kiss her on the cheek (yes), and whether he could make any money as an escort (no).

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