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But until then, here's a little something from twitter. Rick Since the political wave has not abated and I already made my contribution to it, here is another contribution with political undertones, political prisoner theme, that is.

This is a homage to Madison Young, one of the major stars in the glittering GIMP firmament.

Trump would actually enjoy the Bring Out the GIMP website, LOL." Not necessarily true, because in Trump's case he wants hurt women but not in an erotic fantasy way like we do.

This site is not the same as 95% of porn websites that the Republicans are targeting, because we fantasize violence against women so we can't say for certain a Democrat president wouldn't want to get rid of us too.

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Or contemplating what answers they would give might say about them, their opinions of human nature, democracy, free speech, and those unruly beasts known as heterosexual men.The photos were published in a now-defunct French magazine in the 1990s.Trump spokesman Jason Miller told CNN that the mogul is “a little more focused on the direction of the country and what we need to do to get it turned around.” “They’re a celebration of the human body as art, and [there’s] nothing to be embarrassed about with the photos. So, looks like we are heading back to the dark ages again if Trump gets in.What he says tells you he can't be trusted to protect anyone's 1st amendment or any constitutional rights period. Of course you can help support more art by purchasing the 80 page graphic novel for a mere .99... Here is an interesting little article on Trump's stand on porn. [nypost.com] I'll post the test in case you dont want to click the link.Donald Trump will crack down on internet pornography if elected president, vowing to appoint a commission to examine its “harmful public health impact.” News of the promise — which comes as racy photos of his wife, Melania, were obtained by The Post — is part of “The Children’s Internet Safety Presidential Pledge” from the group Enough Is Enough, which Trump signed on July 16.

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