I'm not sure what that means, but I'm thinking if he's as moral as he says he is, when the issue of in-room entertainment comes up, I would have thought he religious sensibilities would have asked how "family oriented" the entertainment was to be.
And who should the hotel owners listen to? Shareholders or prospective customers? From what I'm reading "hotel porn" is a touchy issue.
Groups protest porn on hotel TVs
Posted 9/6/2006 8:45 AM ET | By Matt Bradley Correspondent, The Christian Science Monitor
It's a business that has become quietly entrenched in America's corporate culture: pay-per-view pornography in hotel rooms. Most large chains provide the service, along with standard-issue films.
The pay-per-view service has brought hotels millions of dollars a year. But these days, the US hotel business is also attracting moral outrage and vitriol — on a scale that pornography insiders say amounts to one of the largest organized assaults on the skin business in recent memory.
A consortium of 13 conservative groups has created CleanHotels.com, a website that provides listings and reservation services for US hotels where travelers can rest safe from taint or temptation. The conservative groups have also run a series of full-page ads in USA Today, urging authorities to prosecute hoteliers under federal and local obscenity statutes.
And here you have this guy peddling it under the excuse of 10-years worth of ignorance, but he still has the straight-face to say
Romney seemed to understand this (the supposed effects of porn on society) when he told graduates at the Christian-owned Regent University that pornography poisons "our music and movies and TV and video games."
"But if you really need it, come visit a Marriott!"