A student at Dartmouth College asked Texas Governor Rick Perry Sunday if he would accept anal sex in exchange for $102 million in campaign contributions.
Senior Emily Sellers, a member of The Dartmouth, the official campus newspaper, posed the question to confront Perry’s stance on homosexuality. Another student, Timothy Messen, accused Perry of comparing homosexuality to alcoholism.
The questions, which were written by sophomore Ben Packer and passed out on flyers before the event, were not well received by other students in attendance.
“In 2002, you supported Texas’s anti-sodomy law,” the flyer reads. “Do you (Rick Perry) dislike bootysex because the peeny goes in where the poopy comes out?”
“This particular question occurring in the background of Perry’s moral opposition to anal sex, was motivated by the fact that if Perry has any moral boundaries that have not been carefully selected by a team of campaign managers to appeal to specific constituencies, he has almost certainly had to violate those moral boundaries for campaign contributions. You can see the irony, right?” Packer said in an email to Campus Reform.
Another question asked the Republican governor “I know you have been very strong on all foreign policy issues, including Somali pirates, but what is your stance on butt pirates?”
Source: Campus Reform | Maggie Lit