Topless MILF Iraqi Protestors Sign with Vivid Video

(Hollywood–CA) Steven Hirsch, President of adult entertainment behemoth Vivid Video, is a pornographer with a social conscience. “I was at the anti-Iraq war protest last month. Yes. I’m anti-war. And I see these five topless mothers each carrying a sign that read ‘War is indecent,’ and I’m thinking hot moms, politically committed finally an adult film where you can use the Kleenex to blow your nose too.”

Hirsch immediately asked the five women a very important question. “Please, please for the love of our country, tell me none of you had implants?” The reason? “If a woman lies about her breasts, are you going to listen to her politics? Tyra Banks debates Dolly Parton. Who are you going to listen to?”

The film, tentatively titled A MILF’s Tail, follows the five women as they make their way through Congress attempting to persuade Representatives and Senators to rethink their position on the war. What has been Hirsch’s biggest obstacle? “Calls from Ted Kennedy to be in the movie. I have to keep telling him that we’re not using actual congressmen. Let’s face it. They’ve screwed up the country. I don’t need them screwing up my movie. And if I want fat and horny, I’ll call Ron Jeremy.”

Needless to say there has been controversy. Hirsch admitted, “there are some mothers who think these five have sold out, that they have betrayed their children. Note that I say ‘mothers’ not ‘MILFs’. MILFS understand their power.” Indeed, one MILF star, who agreed to speak under the condition of anonymity, agreed. “This war needs to come to a climax, and I plan to bring it to one