As I have been telling you for over a year, because of his pathetic record, Barack Obama has been reduced to screeching lies to audiences of backward children, whose limited life experience and lack of information allow them to be enchanted by this affirmative-action assisted, TelePrompTer dependent empty suit.
Now that it seems that the momentum has shifted toward the grown up he’s running against, Gov. Mitt Romney, B. Hussein’s campaign’s desperation is showing. They are resorting to disgusting new lows, including the following;
This creepy new ad, designed to appeal to young women, in which they use sexual innuendo to try to entice these barely post-adolescents to give Barry longer to continue his mission to “remake” (read destroy) America.
Children, when your parents can’t afford to support you any more because they’ve lost their jobs, and you’re all living under a bridge, are you really going to be comforted by your “free” contraceptives?
I found it quite ironic that Obama’s campaign would run this ad, which encourages young women to engage in recreational sex rather than have the self-respect they need to protect themselves from being used as sexual playthings, given the remarks Obama suck up Douglas Brinkley wrote to accompany his interview of the One in Rolling Stone.
After describing an interaction between Barack Obama and two young female supporters, one 11 and one 14, Brinkley writes:
It was a wonderful moment to witness. This wasn’t a president who merely kissed babies for votes. Even though the commotion all around him was louder than a Sousa band, Obama was able to differentiate the ages of the two girls, and then offer the older one a lesson about being a young woman and having self respect.
Seriously? And your campaign is running that weird sexually-charged ad, comparing voting for the first time to losing virginity? Oh yeah, don’t you worry about a thing. The Obama campaign is all about self-respect for young women. After all, wasn’t this the bunch who paraded Sandra Fluke out as a fine example of American womanhood? If you can find a better example for young women than a 30 year old student who wants you to pay for her birth control products, I’d like to see it!
Speaking of Mr. Brinkley’s article, the other example of the denigration of the Office of the Presidency occurs immediately after the paragraph quoted above. He writes:
I was reminded of this incident when our interview with the president ended. As we left the Oval Office, executive editor Eric Bates told Obama that he had asked his six-year-old if there was anything she wanted him to say to the president. After a thoughtful pause, she said, “Tell him: You can do it.”
Obama grinned. “That’s the only advice I need,” he said. “I do very well, by the way, in that demographic. Ages six to 12? I’m a killer.”
“Thought about lowering the voting age?” Bates joked.
“You know, kids have good instincts,” Obama offered. “They look at the other guy and say, ‘Well, that’s a b********er, I can tell.’”
He’s all class, isn’t he? So professional, so presidential! The sarcasm and condescension he showed during that last debate are reflected in this gutter insult of his opponent. Do we really need this vulgarian in our faces for 4 more years?
He is right about one thing. Low information voters, including children, think he’s the greatest. We grownups, not so much. We’ve caught on to the con.