Larry Flynt's Sarah Palin Porn - Oscar-Worthy Sneak Peek

I'm nominating Larry Flynt's new Sarah Palin "biopic" — Who's Nailin' Paylin? — for an early Oscar bid. Not because of the dirty, dirty Alaskan sex scenes (mainly because I haven't seen any). And not for the obvious political import that comes part and parcel with featuring a dim-witted vice (heh, heh) presidential candidate in flagrante delicto. Nope, this masterpiece should be up for writing, and maybe best supporting actor from the two Russian schlubs. Here's an example:

Palin: Can I get you boys a drink?

Russian 1: No thanks, we're already pretty drunk.

Palin: But you need to make a call?

Russian 1: You know, if I could re-arrange the alphabet, I would put U and I together.

Palin: If I didn't know any better, I'd think you guys were flirting with me.

Russian 2: Excuse me ... I think I dropped something ... my jaw.

It's a brilliant parody of common porn tropes, with a buxom veep impersonator to boot. And then the sex happens. Watch this clip of the first minute of this modern masterpiece — it's totally safe for work. Unless you work for Fox News, or maybe the Amish.

Here's a link for more pics, albeit of the less work-safe variety.

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