January 30, 2009
By Tod Hunter
NEW ORLEANS — A group of fans of Wicked Pictures contract performer Stormy Daniels has started a website encouraging her to run for the U.S. Senate seat of David Vitter, who is facing re-election in 2010.
Vitter, a conservative Republican who was implicated in the investigation of “D.C. Madam” Deborah Jeane Palfrey last year, was elected to the Senate in 2004.
January 30, 2009
By Stephen Sabludowsky
To date, there has been no politico to “belly up to the bar” to take on US Senator David Vitter, so perhaps that is why someone with an admirable belly and other anatomical parts has decide to jump into the US Senate ring.
I had heard about the possibility, but, then, today, I received the email. Perhaps, you might have received it also on the same computer in which you receive the David Vitter updates.
In bold, the email says, “DraftStormy Storms DC Mardi Gras”.
January 30, 2009
By Nathan Stubbs
The Independent Weekly
There’s been much speculation about who will challenge sex scandal plagued David Vitter in his 2010 re-election bid for U.S. Senate. The latest name to emerge: Stormy Daniels. That’s Baton Rouge exotic dancer turned adult film industry star Stormy Daniels , who is now being recruited to run against Vitter on the Web site draftstormy.com. According to the Web site, “2010 presents the Pelican State with the opportunity to start with a clean slate–to elect a representative that we can be proud of, who will work tirelessly, and who will challenge the status quo.We at the Draft Stormy campaign feel that Baton Rouge native Stormy Daniels is best suited to fulfill these duties. Stormy’s real world experience and special understanding of the economic hardships facing Louisianans and Americans make her uniquely qualified to take on the tough challenges we face.”
January 29, 2009
Campaign to draft Baton Rouge native into the 2010 Louisiana Senate Race launches, stresses campaign is about the economy, sexy.
Washington DC—Against the backdrop of the annual Washington Mardis Gras, DraftStormy, a non-partisan grassroots movement to draft Baton Rouge native Stormy Daniels into the 2010 Louisiana Senate race, celebrated its official launch on Thursday.
January 23, 2009
By Christopher Tidmore
They finally found a porn star to run against David Vitter.
An advertisement on the website Craigslist seems to imply that the search for a “female candidate with a history in the adult entertainment industry to challenge Senator Vitter” in the GOP primary has been fulfilled.
January 12, 2009
By Oskar Garcia
The latest joke around the adult entertainment industry is that sales have slid enough to justify asking the federal government for a bailout.
Companies say people were already spending less on naughty DVDs before the economy went sour, increasingly turning to pirated copies and YouTube-like Web sites that stream clips for free and undercut companies working to sell adult content.
January 10, 2009
By Allison Duck
Las Vegas Weekly
Lavo followed VH1’s lead and offered up a Double Shot of Lust Friday night as not one but two porn stars hosted soirees back to back.
Adult film superstar Tera Patrick got the evening started with an autograph signing for her fans. Eager men and a handful of ladies queued up for a meet and greet with the porn legend and a chance to pick up a copy of her film Tera Goes Gonzo.