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Does sex need a rescue package?

Larry Flynt and Joe Francis (hiss!) have put together a request for a $5 billion bailout for the porn industry. The argument? Americans can live without cars, but they can't live without sex. Our nation's happiness is at stake!

Arguably, the porn industry is doing just fine and doesn't really need to get bailed out of anything...but hey, free publicity and the small chance of getting $5 billion is apparently a decent enough incentive. Can't hurt to ask, right?

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Response from the Man:

“I regret that two porn-industry executives have used the current economic crisis to launch an obvious publicity stunt,” said Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Sherman Oaks. “As Americans face tough economic times, we need a serious discussion of the issues.”

Yeah, people, be serious!

that's pretty dumb. even if people need sex, that would mean subsidizing condoms, or prostitutes or hotel rooms, not porn. very few people need porn to have sex.

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