Santorum Promises Broad War on Porn


Monica Foster commentary:
Well, well, well Los Angeles porn industry IDIOTS – you’re officially screwed now.  The Obama administration may have had a sympathetic ear to you providing that you DID NOT HATE BLACK PEOPLE. Yes, many attached DIRECTLY TO the Obama family are VERY aware of EXACTLY what happened with the pornwikileaks situation and how BLACK family members (who had NOTHING to do with the porn industry) of a BLACK pornstar were TARGETED, cyberbullied, harassed and stalked due to that single BLACK pornstar choosing to tell the truth about her observations within the adult entertainment industry and standing up for herself.


You FAILED the test Los Angeles porn industry.  The only people who could have helped you were a part of the Obama administration – but all the people who claim to fight for porn HATE THE OBAMAS – LOLOLOLOL.  Look at your porn industry blogs and forums like xxxporntalk – it’s virtually WRITTEN IN STONE you FOOLS!


The Obama administration is VERY aware of the Los Angeles porn industry’s racist, unprofessional, criminal activity (courtesy of yours truly) and all other political parties that matter look at you like you’re exactly what you are – TRASH. The FEW people with common sense and professionalism who tried to tell you to clean up your acts you rejected, ignored or silenced – and now look at where you stand Los Angeles porn losers…


Karma is a real bitch – isn’t it… Amazing how a few bad apples really can spoil the bunch. I know that until the TRUTH comes out and JUSTICE IS SERVED in regards to the bad apples I’m aware of (and even those I’m not currently aware of), my perspective on certain matters will NEVER change.


2012 is just beginning – time for the Los Angeles porn industry to start kissing some ass…


courtesy Forbes.com 

The Daily Caller flags a little-discussed position paper on Rick Santorum’s campaign website—his pledge to aggressively prosecute those who produce and distribute pornography. Santorum avers that “America is suffering a pandemic of harm from pornography.” He pledges to use the resources of the Department of Justice to fight that “pandemic,” by bringing obscenity prosecutions against pornographers.

I would note that this is very different from what the Bush Administration did. The Bush DOJ did establish an Obscenity Prosecution Task Force in 2005, but this body focused on bringing prosecutions against small-time producers who made porn with extreme content. (Even so, it faced significant pushback from U.S. Attorneys, some of whom viewed such prosecutions as a distraction and a misuse of resources.) Many social conservative groups were disappointed with the task force, contending that more mainstream hardcore porn violates obscenity laws, and they urged the Bush Administration to bring obscenity cases against major producers.

Santorum promises that he would do exactly this. His statement references going after pornography that is distributed not just on the Internet, but also “on cable/satellite TV, on hotel/motel TV.” Perhaps I am not staying in the most interesting hotels, but my impression is that porn distributed through such channels is almost definitionally not extreme. Santorum’s statement also touts his work on this issue with “groups including Morality in Media, Family Research Council, Focus on the Family, American Family Association”—many of which were among the groups calling on the Bush Administration to prosecute mainstream porn producers in 2007. And he says he “proudly support[s] the efforts of the War on Illegal Pornography Coalition,” which advocates the use of obscenity laws against mainstream porn.

Some of Santorum’s defenders have taken the tack of separating his personal views from his policy views. Santorum thinks contraception is “not OK” and he has announced his intention to use the bully pulpit to discuss “the dangers of contraception.” But he doesn’t think contraception should be illegal, and he voted for Title X contraception subsidies (though he said in a recent debate that he opposes Title X, despite voting for it.) On pornography, though, Santorum’s views can’t be written off as purely personal—he has stated a clear intent to use the levers of government to stop adults from making and watching porn.

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