Comcast Pays Tucsonites to Watch Super Porn

I wonder if John McCain arranged this little treat for residents of Tucson?  I’m speaking, of course, of the pornography shown to residents of Tucson, Arizona during Sunday’s Super Bowl.

Sorry.  I had to find a way to make this political for Turning Left, you know.

Anyhow, here’s the news from CNN:

Super Bowl fans in Tucson, Arizona, caught a different kind of show during Sunday’s big game.

Just as Cardinals’ superstar Larry Fitzgerald watched himself sprint into the end zone on the stadium’s Jumbotron during Sunday’s Super Bowl, 10 seconds of eye-popping pornographic imagery “flashed” across the screens of those watching at home.

“We are mortified by last evening’s Super Bowl interruption, and deeply apologize to our customers for the inappropriate programming,” Comcast Cable said in a written statement.

“Our initial investigation suggests this was an isolated malicious act,” the statement added.

Well, today we learn that all Tucsonites who saw the 10-second clip of full-frontal male nudity will receive a $10 credit if they call a special number.

Ain’t that America.