Skip to comments.Obama Asks Moms to Return to School! (on Latin American Site)
Posted on 10/20/2009 9:12:02 PM PDT by Texas Fossil
Obama Asks Moms to Return to School! Classes USA
See ad at bottom of article entitled
Is it advertising Latin Americans to attend college on line in U.S.?
The article that precedes it, in Spanish, states:
Ortega dice que la Sentencia que le permite reelegirse es inapelable
Translated: Ortega said that the ruling that allows re-election is "final"
The article is about Daniel Ortega being told by court that he can run for relection in spite of Constitution forbidding 2nd term. Court legislates what he could not get congress to do.
Yeah, like we have time to go back to school while going back to work, raising kids, picking kids up and taking them to school........geesh.
its all about getting gov money...online education
Yes, but is it for citizens or from Moms in Latin America?
I am confused. It looks like it is aimed at Nicaragua.
More imported Leftist voters?
The add is on the left below the article, before the comments.
No habla inglés.
Seriously, though, I see that ad (a few different but similar) versions of it ALL over the net.
I imagine that it is just randomly generated by google or other ad aggregators, perhaps keyword generated for the version shown.
No big conspiracy..... In fact, although irritating, it is capitalism in action.
we support the world...they must want everyone to apply...i clicked on the ebay ad and got a list of online schools to appy for grant money...it was something like $4,500.00. could be some scam to get gove money...would be worth investigating...what i thought was fishy is that it says Obama wants....like the money is straight from him...kind of sounds like thugs controling a neighborhood. (community organizer)
I had not seen the ad before and it is in Spanish on a Latin American site.
Seems out of place.
Obozo is not American (North American or Latin American), he is a Commie.
I don’t pay attention to ads in spanish, but I see the obama-mama ads in english all the time in my neck of the woods.
As much as I’d like to confirm your conspiracy worries, I can’t.
It is really not about 0bama at all.... Any more than those dang ads for the credit card ‘counselors’ that advertise all over XM radio who talk about how 0bama has made it so you don’t have to pay your credit cards...
It is just TARGETED at people who are stupid enough to think that 0bama is going to make their life better.
I clicked your link and looked into it. It is just a doubleclick.net ad, and indeed, as I surmised above, the language of the webpage that it appears on determines the language the ad is written in. ....(keyword generated, in other words)...
The way it all works, is: Click on the ad, and the owner of the web page gets a penny and whoever paid for the ad pays doubleclick a nickel. (the amounts may vary a bit, butsomewhere in that neighborhood.)
No, You aren’t going to have to pay for some ‘mom from nicaragua’s education, anymore than you already do, and obama is just ‘the hook’ not the agent.
OK I guess I am so alarmed at what has happened recently that I am a bit Paranoid.
My good wife put up with my swearing at the TV for 8 years under Slick Willie, but this time is much worse.
No problem... I’m the same way... I just happen to know how that kind of stuff works, being a part-time ‘webmaster’. If I had a ‘real life’ I’d be unaware of such.
The ad is junk.
As a mom, and a college student, I thought it was some scholarship program so I clicked on it. Went through endless page after page of “just a little more information and you can apply for your $10,000 scholarship!”
Never got there and thank God I used a junk bin email address because the spam is ridiculous.
That ad is NOT from Obama. That is from a spam site.
Yep. Count me in as one of the stupid ones. Ok, desperate is more like it, but still. Once I clicked it, I was curious as to what it really went to.
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