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Charlie Crist Urges You to Call "Hot, Horny Girls" Who "Love Nasty Talk as Much as You Do"

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Florida KidCare provides health insurance to children, but if you ask Charlie Crist for the phone number, he might send you to a sex line.

The Palm Beach Post called the Gov and got a pre-recorded message in which Crist rattles off a bunch of numbers for state services. But the number he gives for KidCare apparently goes to a sex chat line. The Palm Beach Post even posted on the Internet audio from the chat line.

"Hey there, sexy guy. Welcome to an exciting new way to go live, one on one, with hot, horny girls waiting right now to talk to you. Lie back, baby. Relax. And get ready to meet real local students, housewives, and working girls from all over the country. Hundreds of hot girls call free all day and night because we love nasty talk as much as you do."

Hell yeah! Girls who are somehow both local and from all over the country. That is nasty. This is so funny, excuse us while we "lizz" ourselves.

[via: SFLawyer]

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