Larry Flynt to Mourdock: $1M for Proof 'God Intended'
He wants to see transcripts of Mourdock's convos with God
By Liam Carnahan, Newser Staff
Posted Nov 1, 2012 12:22 PM CDT
FILE - In this Oct. 26, 2007 file photo, Hustler magazine founder Larry Flynt arrives at the premiere of the documentary 'Larry Flynt: The Right to be Left Alone.'   (AP Photo/Gary He, File)

(Newser) – Millionaires are sure throwing around their millions: Larry Flynt ran a full-page ad in today's Indianapolis Star offering to put his money where Richard Mourdock's mouth is. In exchange for any "verifiable transcript of your personal conversations with God," including texts, letters, or emails, that say pregnancy from rape is something He "intended", the Hustler publisher is offering $1 million. The tongue-in-cheek ad (less serious than his last plea to the GOP) also offers to deposit the cash in "any bank you designate in the United States, Cayman Islands, or Switzerland."

Flynt says he'll also accept any messages from God passed through a third party, like Mitt Romney or the Republican National Committee. He assumes that Mourdock must have something to verify his claim, because "no one who believes in God would ever use the Almighty's name in vain. That would be blasphemy." Hat tip to Buzzfeed, which has the full ad.

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Mr_Joshua
Nov 2, 2012 5:01 AM CDT
You have to love Larry. He always says it like it is and always puts his money where his mouth is. Probably one of the most honest men around. Larry for President, Chester the Molester for vice. And you can call me...............A longtime Hustler fan.
saucier111
Nov 1, 2012 3:21 PM CDT
No good replubician would use gods name to just advance their politicial ambitions. It must of been that god could not make up his mind between Bachmann and Perry. Since they both claimed that god wanted them to be president.
NorCalHal
Nov 1, 2012 2:10 PM CDT
Why hasn't someone put Flynt out of our misery long ago. He's actually worse than Trump - and that's saying alot!