• Mitt Romney to Take the Porn from Our Cold Dead Hairy Palms

    Conservatives often run on personal freedoms: the freedom to own guns, the freedom to run your business as you see fit, the freedom of religious organizations to hire employees based on their beliefs. But what about the freedom to watch people make loveless love?

    The Daily Caller talked to Patrick Trueman, the president of Morality in the Media and a former Justice Department official, who claims the Romney campaign assured him that his administration would crack down on pornography…

    Trueman, the president of Morality in Media, contacted the Romney campaign earlier this year about the "untreated pandemic" of Internet pornography. "They got back to us right away," he said.

    "[Romney foreign and legal policy director Alex] Wong assured us that Romney is very concerned with this, and that if he’s elected these laws will be enforced," Trueman told TheDC. "They promised to vigorously enforce federal adult obscenity laws."

    Republicans support the invisible hand of the free market as long as it's not touching itself. It's two birds in one stone: You get rid of pornography and you throw the Obama's in jail for committing a public sex act on camera.

    The Romney campaign refused to comment on the story, probably because coming out against pornography is like coming out against watching Storage Wars — it's something most guys do but no one is proud of.

    Like with Mitt Romney's taxes, just because it's shameful doesn't mean it's illegal.

    Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images News/Getty Images


    Tags: Mitt Romney, Porn

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