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All We Need Now Is The Stained Blue Dress

lewinsky dress all thats missing from new obama adIf you just arrived from another planet to observe US election politics you’d think that Democrats lie to women about how much they care about equality (to get their votes) all the while treating them helpless sex objects.

Message from Democrats to women.  You is our bi****s.

Sandra Fluke, pimped as a hapless gal with sexual needs that only taxpayer dollars could help her fulfill, despite her being able to vacation in Spain without their money.  Pimped, not in some backwater presser, or on reality television, but before elected members of congress

There’s that creepy Julia the Federal-dependency-whore whose entire life cannot have meaning without a perpetual stream of Democrat top down government sugar-daddies holding her hand along the way.

Endless portrayals of women focused on contraception and abortion, who appear as if the most important thing in their lives is getting laid at taxpayer expense and making sure that there is a free abortion safety net there should the strumpets end up with a bun in the oven.

And now we’ve got a coquettish waif discussing electoral virginity.

Yes, Democrats this is your president.  He is all about what is important to most Americans.  Using B-Roll to attract Middle-School voyeur Voters.

So what’s the word on the street regarding the ad? National Review Online has an excellent round up of opinion about it…

From Jim Geraghty’s Morning Jolt:

The Worst Political Ad of the Cycle?

The Right Scoop summarizes a mind-bogglingly bad get-out-the-vote video from the Obama campaign:

Talk about desperation. They’ve finally sunken to a new low trying to get the youth vote by comparing voting for the first time to having sex for the first time. “Your first time shouldn’t be with just anybody. You wanna do it with a great guy . . .”

Amanda Carpenter: “This ad, suggesting women should want to sleep with Obama, is disgusting.”

Dana Perino: “Who approved that new Obama campaign message? AND who pushed the video?”

Michelle Ray: “Between Julia and this new freaking ad, @BarackObama portrays women as giddy, helpless, impressionable morons.”

Biased Girl: “Is that what this administration thinks Real women are like?”

Kathryn Lopez: “It’s as if every day the Obama campaign gives me another reason to see how clearly we a new president — for the sake of our politics and our culture.”

Adrian Gray: “That Lena Dunham ad was a very risky move for any campaign. And even more surprising it was approved by the father of two girls.”

Liz Mair: “So voting for Obama is like losing your virginity? A dude cooked that one up, right? Because for us girls, that means you’re saying it’s painful.”

Stacy Washington: “The #MyFirstTime ad is the height of vulgarity. Tell me #Democrat Moms: Is this how you want the president talking to your daughters?”

Andrea Chapman: “You don’t want your first time to be with #Obama because his stimulus package didn’t deliver as promised.”

Kat McKinley: “Does one get the feeling Hugh Hefner is running the Obama campaign?”

Kristina Ribali: “Be careful ladies . . . You don’t want to be punished with an Obama.”

Kevin Eder: “I’ve now watched it four times. I refuse to believe that it’s a real, actual thing.” He adds, “Dear college kids: trust me on this, having a job when you graduate is WAY more ‘cool’ than voting for Barack Obama. I PROMISE.”

Moe Lane: “I know I’m supposed to be shocked by Obama’s new NSFW ad, but instead I’m embarrassed. It’s like walking in on my parents having sex. I mean, you know that your parents — or your President — is aware of sex. You just don’t need to VISUALIZE it.”

NY Dem49: “Word of advice for Obama, don’t create an ad you wouldn’t be comfortable with your daughter reciting.”

Ace from Ace of Spades:

It’s hideous.

It’s not funny, it’s not cute, and it’s not persuasive, unless you think the important issues in this campaign are Binders Full of Birth Control.

It underlines the essential triviality of Obama and his Government Client & Upper Upper Class White Voter agenda. There is nothing to his campaign except very small social-progressive appeals to people who are simply not affected by the economy, whether they are too poor to notice a bad economy, immunized from the economy by being a government worker, or so rich they have nothing at all to fear from a bad economy.

It continues to be weird that Democrats want so bad to have sex with their cult leader. But I guess that’s a central part of the cult thing.

Tim Carney: “‘Voting is like sex,’ Romney’s a ‘bull*****er,’ ‘Romnesia,’ ‘Big Bird.’ I thought you had to be older than 15 to be President.”

Cameron Gray: “Shorter Lena Dunham in her Barack Obama campaign ad: ‘Labia, not Libya.'”


He later adds, “I’m Barack Obama and I appro . . . wait, what the hell IS this? Are you CRAZY????”

Jimmie Bise: “Unintended consequence of the new Obama campaign ad? Guys everywhere now hesitant to vote early.”

Josh Trevino: “Give the Obama campaign credit for reaching across demographic, geographic divides, from Red Hook to Fort Greene and even to Park Slope.”

Dave Weigel: “The Lena Dunham endorsement video will sway those few people unconvinced by the New Yorker’s Obama endorsement.”

“If you’ll excuse me, I have to go bleach my eyes,” apologizes Rusty Weiss at the Mental Recession. “Word of advice libs — if voting for Obama is like having sex . .  . you’re doing it wrong!

So what lunatic came up with this idea? Oh, Foreign Policy magazine is here to help out with that one:

I see the Obama campaign has a new YouTube ad featuring Girls star (and fellow Oberlin alum!) Lena Dunham:

“Your first time shouldn’t be with just anybody. You want to do it with a great guy,” she says, referring to casting your first ballot for Obama. (What were you thinking?)

It’s a clever conceit, but feels a bit familiar. Perhaps because the same joke was used in an ad for Vladimir Putin’s presidential campaign earlier this year:

A suggestive ad rallying support for Putin’s presidential campaign shows a young woman seeking a fortune-teller’s advice. “Let’s find out, cutie, who is intended to you by destiny,” the mystic says. The girl replies, “You know. I wish it to be for love — It is my first time.”

And you thought this couldn’t get any creepier!

Oh, wait . . . last week Lena Dunham was in trouble for making rape and murder jokes on Twitter.

(sigh) Yeah.

 (I’m Barack Obama, and I approve this message?)

Me- I think all that’s missing is the stained blue dress.

Exit Question: will even one Democrat in New Hampshire step up to say this is just a bit out of line?  (I mean stealing the idea from Vladimir Putin of course.  NH Dems are all policy-whores to the Federal party.  We already knew that.)