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Larry Flynt, liberal dirtbag, hypocrite.

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posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 05:45 PM
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Oh good grief. It's not like Larry Flynt is highly respected by moderates and those slightly left of center (liberals don't exist in the United States). The majority of people view him as a porn king.




posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 10:17 PM
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Originally posted by LargeFries
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while this particular interview may show a side of LF that you feel is undesirable, it is not without compassion to question if a life lived in pain & suffering, or terribly impaired, is the life one in such circumstance would choose to live were it up to them.

I have to point out here that Downs syndrome is generally a very mild condition, and doesn't involve "pain and suffering"...
You Americans and your attitude that all "politicians" are evil, amaze me. It's like your obsession with "Evil Obamacare". You're all like turkeys begging for Thanksgiving...
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posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 10:23 PM
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Like him or not, Larry Flynt fought the law and he won.

I'm sure your opinion is not based on the fact that he's responsible for such gems as Hustler, Hustler Honeys and so forth. /sarcasm



posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 11:18 PM
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The MSM know's most people are very protective of children and these kind of stories can make them a lot of money if it also aligns with their agenda.
While he might be innocent of molesting his daughter he sure doesn't look innocent when he trashes a specific little child.
I'm not anti porn or anti pushing limits but when it evolves into such degradation that even children are targeted and passed off as worthless, that says a lot about a person esp if a specific child is targeted in public.

Flynt seems like someone who fights life with every turn. While the articles I read on him might spin more then it should so it could sell, this article is quoting his very words.
I ask if he could have such little regard for the little guy he attacks as worthless, then who's to say he didn't harm his daughters behind closed doors. He does a good job setting himself up for warranted speculation.

For all the good he may have achieved in his life, he seems not to care much about it or life in general. If people push him off as a dirty old miserable man, he's given them good reason to think so little of him.
He shines the light brighter on the negative then the positive. He made his own bed and it doesn't look good to the majority. He makes it difficult to give credit where credit is due. It seems like he could care less if he is respected for his achievements.



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 05:50 AM
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You're right. He does seem like a miserable, dirty old man.
I think he has good reasons, and reason.

Here is his site, the page with his own comments:

LarryFlynt.com/Larry'sWorld

Look it over.



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 06:57 AM
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Anything Flynt touches is tainted...he can never be a "spokesman" for anything legit



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 08:04 AM
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I can see how people, especially "conservatives" would be offended by this statement. People make unthinking comments sometimes, we all say things we wish we hadn't, I think Larry gets enraged at how some people so easily believe and support someone like Palin. I understand his frustration.

Is it possible his comments were addressing "quality of life", something he understands probably more than most here. If you fight to keep someone alive knowing their life will be full of pain or a complete burden on another, then I can see the point. In this case, Palin has the ability and will to care for this child, but if she didn't, would you condemn her for it?

While we're putting universal labels and judgements on people, I have a question for you "conservatives".

"The People vs Larry Flynt" to me highlighted one of the most important decisions in American history and Larry Flynt gets 100% of the credit for making this happen. Like it or not, he understood that the freedoms America stands for should outweigh anything else. He was dead on in his reasoning and his eccentricities along with his infamy helped get him there.

Do you give him credit for this? or because of his other beliefs and adult products do you still bash everything about him?

You should thank Larry, not for him, YOU wouldn't be legally allowed to post things here against him or anyone else for that matter. Yes, you should also continue to criticize him when he deserves it or you feel the urge as it's your RIGHT. I've read many articles from Larry and overall agree with most of his opinions, he hates hypocrites and goes out of his way to expose them, I for one applaud him for this.

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posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 08:10 AM
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Originally posted by The Sword
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Like him or not, Larry Flynt fought the law and he won.

I'm sure your opinion is not based on the fact that he's responsible for such gems as Hustler, Hustler Honeys and so forth. /sarcasm


So did OJ, not necessarily an indication of the worth of the person........



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 08:13 AM
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posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 11:12 AM
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Originally posted by beezzer

Your thoughts?


My thoughts are that you first declare that you are not going to generalize and assign to all Liberals the same sentiment that a singular Liberal expressed...but then you do just that in the next sentence?


Originally posted by beezzer
The point I'm tring to make though, is not to lump all liberals into his category of hate, but to isolate a gowing trend of hatred that is taking place in America.

Ironic, that the party that preachs tolerance and diversity is the same that embraces a man who abhors a woman and her child because she didn't get an abortion.


My other thought is that you at first seem to take the noble stance that all life has value and then choose to abase this man's handicap?


Originally posted by beezzer
Funny also, that this dirtbag is a lump of flesh in a wheelchair


As for Larry Flint? Who cares? I don't look to celebrities for moral or political guidance. Publishing a successful pornographic magazine or hosting "Celebrity Apprentice" are not credentials for moral wisdom or intelligence.

I have never thought to myself "who would Chuck Norris vote for?".

Who cares?

I honestly am befuddled by folks who think these opinions are important.

I am not confused as to why people try to unsuccessfully attach singular asinine views of celebrities to entire political philosophies though. Partisan trash. Intellectual feces. Not worth the calories required to fire the synapses to read the OP.



posted on Jun, 6 2011 @ 11:26 AM
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I did read the article thank you for sharing it
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Larry Flynt is still a dirty old miserable man but I should add, he is also a dirty old miserable rich man. His net worth is about 400 million. Further proof money can't buy happiness, lol.



posted on Jun, 9 2011 @ 08:02 PM
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Larry Flynt is a puke.

Mentally challenged or not....it's absolutely fricking disgusting to say such degrading things about a child.



posted on Aug, 29 2011 @ 08:30 PM
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sorry, but u r ether a stupid child , or a moron grown up


again sorry




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