Presidential candidate Ted Cruz’s newest advertisement is relatively tame, though his campaign may think it's too hot for TV after learning that one of the actresses in it has starred in softcore pornography.The Kinky Sex Club, eh? Membership has its benefits, I would imagine.
Amy Lindsay had a speaking role in the Texas senator’s “Conservatives Anonymous,” where a circle of support group members, one of whom walks in wearing a Marco Rubio shirt, talk about feeling betrayed.
However, the blonde actress’s IMDB page shows previously been featured in productions much racier than this year’s presidential contest, including "Kinky Sex Club," "The Erotic Traveler" and "Co-Ed Confidential."
I don't suppose that the Cruz campaign pays a lot of attention to soft core porno, so I believe that they didn't know the actress in question had a more varied resume than you might expect in an open casting call. Seriously, though -- does it matter to you? I think the last time I saw a porno movie was at a friend's bachelor party in the late 1980s. It was actually pretty boring -- there's only so many different ways you can show closeups of coitus. Maybe things are different now; I assume the actors in the movie I saw are more likely to be enjoying the early bird special than the pleasures of the flesh (although it looked like a lot of work). Do you care? I think the Cruz campaign should have just let the ad run.