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October 20, 2015

Jenna Jameson Supports Repugnican Marco Rubio for President

LALALAND—One might think that someone who'd made millions in adult entertainment would have some semblance of political savvy even after retirement, but it looks as though Jenna Jameson, now that she's no longer "spreading her legs" for the camera, has opted to reject the generally liberal views of her former fellow performers and is embracing right-wing whackadoodlism: She's supporting Florida Sen. Marco Rubio for president. "I'm very looking forward to a Republican being back in office," Jameson said while sipping champagne in a VIP room at Gold Club in the city's South of Market neighborhood. "When you're rich, you want a Republican in office." Of course, the fact that Jameson's worth an estimated $10 million, is about to marry L.A. jewelry store owner (and Israeli citizen and convicted scam artist) Lior Bitton and is converting Judaism to do so (plus her telling Larry King in 2013 that, "I'm very religious. I think that we've come a long way religiously. I don't think that you have to take the Bible literally. … And I love being able to teach my children what it means to just believe and have the strength of faith...") necessarily has anything to do with it. Nope, apparently she's just gone a little nuts—and what better evidence of that is there than her rabid support for the violent, highly sectarian state of Israel (for which she recently said she'd make a "capable" Prime Minister), such support also being a modern necessity for any Republican/Christian candidate for anything. It's unclear, however, just how much research Jameson has done on Rubio to come to her decision to support him... so AVN has decided to help her out: 1) Rubio doesn't believe humans are contributing to climate change, and that money spent to head off further pollution is just wasted. "I do not believe that human activity is causing these dramatic changes to our climate the way these scientists are portraying it," Rubio told ABC's Jonathan Karl on This Week in May of 2014. He added, "I do not believe that the laws that they propose we pass will do anything about it. Except it will destroy our economy." 2) Rubio actually believes the deceptively edited Planned Parenthood videos that claim the organization was selling fetal parts for profit, even though the unedited videos show that charge to be false, but wants to defund the organization anyway. "To me, the sanctity of life is a human right issue," Rubio told the titular host of Special Report with Bret Baier. "I believe unborn children have rights. That someone, just because they haven’t been born and don’t have a birth certificate and haven’t yet been named, doesn’t mean they don’t have rights. Planned Parenthood is an organization that’s been caught repeatedly and now on video trafficking in fetal tissue of aborted children. It’s an outrageous practice." (And also non-existent.) 3) Rubio opposes the recently completed nuclear disarmament deal with Iran, and said that if elected, he would have no problem imposing "more crushing and additional sanctions" on the country, in violation of the agreement. "Rubio is among the 47 senators who signed a letter to Iranian leadership last week warning that Congress could upend a deal," noted a Talking Points Memo report in March. "His comments go beyond that, clarifying the actions he would take as president and in the face of opposition from U.S. negotiating partners. Rubio said the only possible deal he could accept is one that would fully disband Iran's enrichment capacity." 4) Rubio opposed reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) because the latest version (which passed) would have offered "protections for gays, undocumented immigrants and Native American women who suffer from domestic abuse." "Unfortunately, I could not support the final, entire legislation that contains new provisions that could have potentially adverse consequences," he told constituents on his website. "Specifically, this bill would mandate the diversion of a portion of funding from domestic violence programs to sexual assault programs, although there’s no evidence to suggest this shift will result in a greater number of convictions." 5) Rubio opposes requiring companies to pay for their employees' birth control, and even authored a bill in Congress to end that Obamacare requirement. "(1) IN GENERAL- No guideline or regulation issued pursuant to subsection (a)(4), or any other provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act, or the amendments made by that Act (Public Law 110-148), shall— "(A) require any individual or entity to offer, provide, or purchase coverage for a contraceptive or sterilization service, or related education or counseling, to which that individual or entity is opposed on the basis of religious belief; or "(B) require any individual or entity opposed by reason of religious belief to provide coverage of a contraceptive or sterilization service or to engage in government-mandated speech regarding such a service." 6) Rubio thinks that women who become pregnant as a result of rape or incest should be forced to give birth anyway. "I think both of those instances are horrifying, and fortunately, they’re extremely rare. It happens, and any time it happens, it’s horrifying, it’s a tragedy," he told CNN's Chris Cuomo. "But I personally and honestly and deeply believe that all human life is worthy of protection, irrespective of the circumstances in which that human life was created. I personally believe that you do not correct one tragedy with another." 7) Rubio opposes raising the minumum wage. "I have the full confidence that the American private sector, made up of the most innovative and productive people on this planet, won’t just create millions of jobs; they will create millions of jobs that pay more," Rubio said while campaigning in New Hampshire last week. "Because even the jobs that are being created now don’t pay enough. You can’t live on $10 an hour. You can’t live on $11 an hour. We need jobs that pay much more than that, but we have to have an economy and economic policies that make America the best place in the world to create jobs that pay more." It used to be that support from the adult industry was the kiss of death for conservative politicians—and even though Jameson's no longer in the industry, with any luck, her support of Rubio will have the same effect.

 
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