Having already offered $1 million for information on Mitt Romney’s taxes, Flynt puts another million up for…:
…any verifiable transcript of your personal conversations with God; letters, email, text messages or videos from God, or messages addressed to you from God transmitted by any third party, including the Republican National Committee or the Romney/Ryan campaign.”
Mourdock, you’ll remember, made his controversial rape statement during a Senate debate last week.
This ad is, obviously, much more of a pure publicity stunt than the Romney ad (though Flynt apparently hasn’t received the financial information he was seeking—we’d know if he did). I think we can assume that if Murdock does receive confirmation from God by the deadline, he won’t then be contacting Flynt.
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