So according to political hack Ben Stein, Barack Obama is responsible for the Paris Hilton "response" ad, and the hotel heiress is not merely a socia
So according to political hack Ben Stein, Barack Obama is responsible for the Paris Hilton "response" ad, and the hotel heiress is not merely a socialite party girl, but a bona fide hard core porn star (he knows! he's seen the tape!) and a little "tramp" who "isn't even close to being pretty."
Now, this is perfect. First of all, Paris Hilton was a total nobody party girl in West Hollywood until she and her boyfriend made AND then "someone" SOLD a hard core video of Paris Hilton having sex. So basically, she got her start as a porn star. And she's being trotted out by the media barons to smear John McCain, as brave and patriotic a man as lives in this nation. This little tramp, who isn't even close to being pretty, is belittling a man who spent six years in brutal captivity for defending his country.
Paris, get this: in modern day America, we don't mock people because of things they have done that are unavoidable and not in any way blameworthy. We don't make fun of blacks for being black. We don't make fun of women for having breasts. We don't make fun of old people for being old. This is uncool from any source. It is downright disgusting coming from a porn star -- and not a very good porn star at that (yes, I have seen the tape). And we especially don't like being told how to vote by porn stars. If this is the best the Hollywood pals of Barack Obama can do, maybe John McCain has more of a shot than I thought he did.
Wow. So not only is Ben Stein psychotic and petty, he's a creep, too.
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