Skip to comments.'Electile Dysfunction': JD Winteregg Ad Warns Voters Against'a Boehner Lasting Longer than 23 Years'
Posted on 04/14/2014 5:34:02 AM PDT by bestintxas
Speaker John Boehner's primary challenger is going there.
In a provocative new video from GOP candidate J.D. Winteregg, an announcer asks if Boehner suffer from "electile dysfunction"?
"Sometimes, when a politician has been in D.C. too long, it goes to his head," the announcer says as clips flash on-screen of John Boehner laughing with President Obama, John Boehner on the golf course with Obama, and John Boehner smiling while giving Obama a glowing "thumbs up" at the State of the Union address.
The ad - titled "When the Moment is Right" - is a spoof of Cialis commercials which air during 60 Minutes and other network programming.
Winteregg, a Tea Party candidate who paid for the ad, is a high school teacher. His recent Federal Election Commission filings show he has almost no campaign cash.
Boehner recently went up with television advertising in the Ohio district for the first time since Republicans took control of the House in 2010.
In closing, the new campaign spot warns: "If you have a Boehner lasting longer than 23 years, seek immediate medical attention."
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It sounds like the White House’s “cyber-warriors” are trying to intimidate any opposition to “the One”, by “taking out” the leaders of that opposition throuogh a Soros-financed and Soros-scripted “primary”.
Alinsky would be SO proud.
Clever - or crude? I’m sorry, but this is something we could expect from Democrats, who are totally comfortable with sexual innuendo. I live in Boehner’s district, and there are three candidates opposing Boehner in the primary. I believe Eric Gurr is the best choice, and would urge the others to consolidate behind him rather than split the vote. I wonder if those Tea Party participants that endorsed Winteregg would vote the same way after seeing this. We need an adult willing to take on the serious business ahead, and while this ad includes a lot of subtext point out defects in our current candidate, offers very little in support of the opposition candidate. A little levity is fine, but this ad is disgusting.
Lighten up, Francis.
Quite the opposite, the ad is perfectly fit for a 12 year old boy.
no it’s not...besides 12 year old boys don’t vote.
They show the real ED ads during the World Series, so what’s the fuss?
heard this ad on radio...thought it was funny and clever