Skip to comments.Conservatives Deride, Spoof Obama 'R-Rated' Ad
Posted on 10/27/2012 1:44:51 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
In their last-minute attempts to woo the young female vote, Democrats have crossed the line separating good taste from vulgarity and published a video that compares voting for Barack Obama to losing one's virginity. The YouTube video featuring actress and filmmaker Lena Dunham has received a million hits in two days, but much of the attention is negative, judging by the viewers' rating of the video.
Conservatives have blasted the ad. Charlotte Hays of the Independent Women's Forum called it "a new descent into vulgarity."
"That a campaign would cut an ad such ad heralds a profound cultural shift in our country and not a good one," she wrote. "This had got to be our first R-rated presidential campaign ad. But it is the logical extension of the Obama campaign's urging women to 'vote our lady parts.' No wonder women are moving towards Governor Romney."
Conservative Pajamas Media's comedian-reporter Steven Crowder was quick to record and publish a brilliant takeoff on the embarrassing Democrat video. The spoof has received 50,000 views in its first day on the air and thus far overwhelming approval from its viewers.
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Visiting my liberal parents this weekend and doing everything I can to get them to not vote.
Showed my Dad who is 71 this ad and he was thoroughly disgusted.
Every election has some ad that is remembered for being a pivotal point.
This one, appears to be the winner this time.
That crowder video is a hoot!
The ‘RATS’ childishness and immaturity shines once again.
there has been a quick descent into total vulgarity from this campaign. code pink women dressed as “vaginas”, “fluke” wanting us to pay for her contraception and telling women to vote with their “lady parts”.
Disgusting, and now this.
Looks like the obamanation is waging a war on women, reducing them into sexual organs and sexual objects. Seems that rats are more concerned with what’s between the legs than a woman’s intellect.
What is the next step? sending e-mails out to women and gay men and for three dollars you get a picture of his johnson?
When I was young the old saying was “queer as a three dollar bill”.
seems like barry is always asking for three dollars, kind of interesting.
10,608 likes, 13,074 dislikes
ONLY 91 Comments and 98% of these support this ad?
More people dislike this than like this but SEEMINGLY almost all the comments say that this is BRILLIANT.
Something doesn’t smell right.
Sure is a coincidence that this ‘actress’ has the same last name as Obama’s 17 y/o Mommy.....Dunham.
There are other spoofs, but neto seems to think they’re pornographic, so won’t let me watch them.
Don’t you find it “odd” that Lena Dunham has the same maiden name as Obama’s mother?
I don’t know if “vulgarity” is exactly the right word. The ad ventures into a totally unchartered territory of “skin-crawling creepiness.”
It’s just mind-boggling. Even in the bigger picture of things. Just the fact this was seriously made, and how it represents the grotesque, self-absorbed depths that the culture has descended to. Just... WARPED. The sheer existence of this ad makes living and breathing as a citizen of 2012 America an embarrassment. It’s THAT bad.
The problem with this, as I see it, is that it infers that losing one’s virginity is such a planned, contrived act. The ad says nothing about losing it to the one you want to spend the rest of your life with, it just infers that it can be bought, going to the highest bidder? And what do we call someone who sells sex? We all know the answer to that. And what do we call the one who doesn’t sell it, but gives it away to any guy who wants it? We all know the answer to that, too.
They likely mod the comments
Now that thar’s some funny stuff!
..how bout Hitler’s first time...
Democrats: Voting for Obama is like getting screwed for the first time!
Republicans: Er, we won’t disagree with that, except to say it’s getting screwed for the second time.
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