Dining With the Finest

File this under “Items That Just Don’t Need Commentary.” I for one, though, am glad that Bush will be hanging with a better class of person. And sorry that Carey and her boss are lowering themselves.

Porn star and former gubernatorial candidate Mary Carey will be joining her boss, Kick Ass Pictures president Mark Kulkis, in attending a dinner with President Bush in Washington, D.C. on June 14. “I’m honored to be invited to this event,” Kulkis said.
Kulkis serves as an Honorary Chairman on the NRCC’s Business Advisory Council, a group of business people who advocate a progressive, pro-business agenda. His company produces hardcore adult videos with a guarantee of “No Fake Boobs & No Condoms.” Carey ran for Governor in the 2003 California Recall Election, while Kulkis served as her campaign manager.

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4 thoughts on “Dining With the Finest”

  1. (BEVERLY HILLS) — X-rated video mogul Mark Kulkis, who escorted porn star Mary Carey to last month’s GOP dinner with President Bush, has found a new love interest: Washington powerdater and CNN producer Kathy Benz.

    The two only met a month ago during an interview while Kulkis, 40, president and CEO of Kick Ass Pictures, was in DC for the National Republican Congressional Committee’s annual President’s Dinner. He’s honorary chairman of the NRCC’s Business Advisory Council, a roundtable of millionaire entrepreneurs.

    Benz denies she’s cozying up to Kulkis to get a scoop for CNN about the private lunch he and Carey had with White House Chief of Staff Karl Rove. “Mark’s a wonderful guy and I think this could be the real thing,” she tells girlfriends.

    Benz, 35, is known in Washington power circles for dating such figures as venture capitalist Jonathan Ledecky (now trying to buy the Washington Nationals), Univ. of Maryland basketball coach Gary Williams, and spent time last August with Sirius CEO Mel Karmazin at his Hamptons home.

    Her regular companions include Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Tex.), John Sununu, Sr, venture capitalist Mark Ein, and Chicago Cubs VP John McDonough.

  2. Oh, that’s very, very cool, Billy. I’m gonna tuck that away for the next time someone claims that journalism is a more noble profession than sex work.

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