Hustler magazine publisher, and self-described free speech activist, Larry Flynt is offering $1 million for anyone who will provide him with Mitt Romney's financial records.
Flynt, 69, has purchased full-page ads in Sunday's Washington Post and Tuesday's, September 11 issue of USA Today. "What is he hiding?" the ad text reads, "Maybe, now, we'll find out." The ad also includes a phone number and email address where anyone with information can contact Flynt.
A press release credited to Hustler says Flynt is "offering up to a million dollars in cash for documented evidence concerning Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney's unreleased tax returns and/or details of his offshore assets, bank accounts and business partnerships."
It strikes me as rather Trumplike.
But, Flynt has been successful before in offering $1 million rewards to dig up dirt on other politicians.
Wouldn't that be illegal? Did he offer the reward for McCain's tax returns? Why doesn't Mitt just drop out of the race and pocket the cool mil himself??
Larry Flynt's a piece of work.
He's a D who ran for governor as an R.
During the whole Clinton/Lewinsky affair he put out rewards for information that proved Republicans in Congress were having affairs. He got some, too. One guy resigned.
I guess one thing we can say about ol' Larry is he's all about full (frontal) disclosure!
Mitt doesn't need the money. That's chump change for him.
My brother-in-law works for PWC, Romneys accounting firm. I wonder if he can be of any help... I could sure use the $1 million.
I know you can use the million, but I am begging you don't do it. After they take you away and lock you up there be one less sane voice here in the forums,and there are not many of us left.
Not to mention I would miss ya
Like I'd even know where to start!
I actually researched how to open a Swiss bank account and got scared off.
Under the matress* is good enough for me.
*Don't get any ideas. Notice I didn't say which bedroom!
More like the change between the sofa cushions:)
Regret to say, Mitt doesn't need "the cool million", as he has plenty of millions himself. However, he wants to help the USA and put the country on the right track of economic reform, unbearable unemployment, and that 16 TRILLION Deficit ... and counting, hanging over the Taxpayers head and of future generations to come.
You know, Flint is a darn coward. He wants his cake and eat it too. He uses porn, a way to degrade and abuse women's sexuality to get rich, and calls it free speech. I didn't realize that bribing and coercion into doing things women don't really want to do, is really free speech. But, pigs of the world buy it. So his liberal push of the envelope wants the democrats to win.
But, the way he acts as if women are second class citizens, or actually, sub citizens, that we are here for the male dirty work, makes him such a sloppy republican, it's not funny. Seriously, he's got his head up his own butt.
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