Porn star Mary Carey
WASHINGTON – Now that the presidential fund-raiser is over, hard-core porn star Mary Carey doesn't mind the public knowing about one of her secret desires – having sex with the twin daughters of the president.
Carey was the guest of her boss, pornographer Mark Kulkis of Kick A– Pictures, at the National Republican Congressional Committee's multimillion-dollar dinner with the president here last week.
She made no secret prior to the event of wanting to have sex with Karl Rove, Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, Pat Buchanan and Alan Colmes – in addition to at least one player from every team in the NBA. But she asked blogger John Aravosis to hold back reporting her feelings about the Bush twins until after she cleared out of town.
"Oh my God, his daughters!" she said. "I'd love to party with his daughters. I'd love to meet them. I totally want to have sex with them. You can write it the day after I leave here."
Bush daughters in cropped April Fool's image in Maxim.
Despite criticism of the White House and the NRCC for including a hard-core pornographer and one of his porn stars at the event, neither Bush nor the Republicans showed any signs of hesitation at taking $5,000 from Kulkis and including the pair among the 6,000 guests – this despite Carey's appearance in such movies as "Lesbian Big Boob Bangeroo" and "Everybody Loves Big Boobies."
Kulkis said it was an evening that would "make pop-culture history" – the intersection of the most powerful man in the world and the hard-core world of celebrity sex performer Carey.
If the goal was raising money, the Republicans succeeded – bringing in some $23 million at two big fund-raisers. Yet, much of the attention at the dinner was diverted from Bush toward Carey and Kulkis, who boasts of making only authentic hard-core action movies where actors don't wear condoms and don't fake sex.
For his part, Bush drew applause from the thousands gathered at the Washington Convention Center by calling for an overhaul of the tax code, a national energy bill and permanent tax relief – accusing the Democrats of blocking them all.
"They stand for nothing except obstruction, and this is not leadership," Bush said. "It is the philosophy of the stop sign, the agenda of the road block, and the country and our children deserve better."
Asked by WND about the propriety of the Republican Party accepting $5,000 from a pornographer and the example such an appearance set for the moral climate of the nation, White House press secretary Scott McClellan said: "I think you need to direct those questions to the committee itself."
Kulkis, who says he was personally invited to the dinner, used the opportunity to promote his company and the pornography industry in general.
The presence of two high-profile pornographers at an event to honor the president didn't concern the organization hosting the event.
"They've paid their money," explained Carl Forti, communications director of the NRCC. "No matter what they do, the money is going to go to help elect Republicans to the House."
Carey, 24, ran for California governor against Arnold Schwarzenegger on a platform that included taxing breast enhancements, making lap dances tax deductible, recruiting porn stars as "ambassadors of good will" and putting Web cams up in every room of the governor's mansion.
Last month, Carey was among five people arrested at a new strip club in a suburb of Tacoma, Wash. All were accused of violating the local adult-cabaret ordinance, some by getting too close to customers and others – including Carey – by touching themselves in a sexual manner, according to the Associated Press.
Kulkis, 40, said before the event he'd be representing the $10 billion porn industry as well as his own company at the fund-raiser. A native of Michigan, the English literature major turned pornographer also serves as an honorary chairman of the NRCC's Business Advisory Council, a group that describes itself as a "small, prestigious group of conservative businessmen and women."