On the eve of the Republican nomination for the Presidency of the United States, a candidate gets an unlikely visit from a stripper.

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Hunter Bradley
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The usually uptight and straight-laced Republican Party nominates Captain Christina Murray as the Republican Candidate for the President of the United States. It is a little known secret that Ms. Murray has a penchant for parties and strippers. But when one of her stripper flings pays a visit during the Republican National Convention Ms. Murray is is ready to throw it all away to have the man who "makes her so horny." Written by Serious Rogers

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The film was made as part of the 48-Hour Film Project Los Angeles in 2006. Although it did not make it to the finals of the contest it went on to air three times on the Independent Film Channel (IFC TV) in October 2007 on. Select scenes from the film were later chosen to air on IFC's special program, Media Lab Shorts Uploaded. See more »

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