Skip to comments.Obama Adviser: ‘References to Size, Power or Sexual Potency…Could be Banned From Automobile
Posted on 03/02/2012 3:11:06 PM PST by Nachum
John P. Holdren, the White House science adviser to President Barack Obama, wrote in a book he co-authored with population control advocates Paul and Anne Ehrlich that ways must be found to control advertising and that possible means for doing so would be banning utility companies from promoting the use of energy and prohibiting references to size, power or sexual potency in automobile advertising. Advertising now functions in large part to keep the economy growing by creating demand for a wide variety of often useless, dangerous or environmentally destructive products, Holdren and the Ehrlichs wrote.
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Full title: Obama Adviser: References to Size, Power or Sexual Potency
Could be Banned From Automobile Advertising
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” Let the jokes begin... “
Don’t see any joke - just another chip out of freedom of speech in the name of ‘the greater good’ - whatever that means....
He’s only mad because when girls talk about him they wave their little finger.
F U B O
Whats the matter? “Your little Volt peters out?”
Just another sly way to get rid of freedom of speech.
“...Could be Banned...”
And maybe from the children’s school breakfast,lunches dinner, initiates by the MOTHER MOOOOOOOOOO.
Moore, a burned-out ad exec, is shipped off to the looney bin - where he enlists the help of REALLY crazy people to produce ad campaigns ...
Here is the CLASSIC that they produced ...
Well, so much for my plan for Enzyte Automotive.
co-authored with population control advocates Paul and Anne Ehrlich
The only way I was able to survive the great starvation of the 1980s was by eating remaindered copies of Erlich's The Population Bomb.
The White House can’t even comply with current Constitutional dictates, and yet it thinks it needs to spread out it’s influence in every nook and cranny of the nation.
Mr. President, how about you document that you are a U. S. Citizen before we enact even one more piece of legislation.
When you’ve done that, you can get yourself back into compliance on Article IV Section IV, stopping the states from being invaded by foreign nationals.
When you’ve got that done, drop me a line. There’s plenty more!
LOL. Your mistake was not applying for funds for Enzyte Automotive as a “green energy” company - your car is powered by all natural ingredients. Bob is smiling somewhere at your mistake :)
Come into our dealership for our new model the Flaccid. It has a the softest ride in it’s class.
That said, the first removal of a reference to power would, of course, begin with the... "volt".
Population control should start with the Ehrlich family.
No, power would be The Watt
The Volt is more related to potential.
Advertising now functions in large part to keep the economy growing by creating demand for a wide variety of often useless, dangerous or environmentally destructive products, Holdren and the Ehrlichs wrote.
And which party is the joyless puritan one? Maybe soon people will notice that the left is all about sucking out every ounce of joy from life and making everything drab, practical, useful and healthful.
E=P/I, “power” varies directly with “voltage”, n’est ce pas?
What about toothpaste then? Or mouthwash? Cologne? Makeup? Shaving cream? Clothes? Deodorant?
The list is large, but my favorite is jewelry.
These people really need to go to the right-wing equivalent of Mao’s “Re-Education Camps” and do farming or ditch-digging, some type of honest work to make amends. I’m not kidding.
Man oh man. I can see it now. :(
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These people really need to go to the right-wing equivalent of Maos Re-Education Camps and do farming or ditch-digging, some type of honest work to make amends. Im not kidding.
You used two terms they simply don’t comprehend.
Honest and work.
>> prohibiting “references to size, power or sexual potency in automobile advertising.”
What a fluke that sexual potency is factor.
freedom of speech rebump
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