EDITORIAL: What bothers me most about this ad is that Obama is exploiting the hyper-sexualized environment that ALL good parents are trying to protect their kids from. As a leader of our country, he should not be airing sexually themed campaign ads. He’s trying to get women’s vote but insults their sexuality with his ads. The crazed planned parenthood ad is another good example. It flashes like some kind of national warning. Planned Parenthood ain’t what it used to be. You’ll find plenty of those radical feminists attached who are all about profits in their pockets so they’ll sell women out for campaign clout, no doubt!!
If you’ll notice, Michele Obama is in all the schools campaigning to YOUR children while both her and Barack are doing plenty of face time at the colleges our youth and future attend. Barack Obama has shown he protects Hollywood, media and Porn Valley’s right to exploit our airwaves and internet connections to sexualize our children. Now Democrats take advantage of their dirty work to exploit these young and impressionable minds with jokes about virginity to get their vote as the “Cool Guy”. Our courts have allowed jokes about rape to be legal. What next, sex with our children?? Oh wait, that’s already happening too and because Democrats have protected pimps, pornographers and predators, your kids have no idea what’s happening to them until they are already hooked!!
We DO have two distinct parties in America these days. One is for families, children and values. The other is about destroying every single one of those!!
On Google News – (AFP) – 1 hour ago
WASHINGTON — A suggestive Internet ad that backs US President Barack Obama and speaks to young women about their “first time” — voting — went viral Friday, drawing conservative ire for its racy double entendre.
“Your first time shouldn’t be with just anybody. You want to do it with a great guy,” indie TV starlet Lena Dunham confides to the camera in the one-minute campaign ad, called “Your First Time.”
But the 26-year-old pixie-cut brunette, who is creator and lead character of the HBO series “Girls,” isn’t discussing sex; she has politics on the brain, and it’s an Obama advertisement clearly aimed at young female voters.
“My first time voting was amazing,” says Dunham, clad in a loose, sleeveless white T-shirt that shows off the elaborate tattoo on her right arm.
“It was this line in the sand; before, I was a girl — now I was a woman.”
Dunham also hit on some hot campaign topics including the war in Iraq and Obama’s push for women’s pay equality.
“You want to do it with a guy who brought the troops out of Iraq,” she said, and “You don’t want a guy who says, ‘Oh hey, I’m at the library studying,’ when really he’s out not signing the Lilly Ledbetter act.”
By mid-afternoon Friday the spot already had more than 270,000 hits on YouTube.
Dunham fueled the interest by tweeting to her 400,000 followers on Twitter: “My first time was with @BarackObama — I highly recommend you do the same.” The tweet included a link to the ad.
Conservatives swiftly lashed out at the ad, with bloggers on the Breitbart website describing it as “astoundingly tasteless.”
It expressed alarm over the ad “comparing voting for the first time to losing your virginity. Really. And Dunham recommends that if you’re going to have sex — er, vote — for the first time, you should really do it with President Barack Obama.”
Right wing radio host Rush Limbaugh — whose talk show is syndicated to more than 600 radio stations from coast to coast — blasted the ad as an insult to women.
“I don’t know if it’s going to work or backfire. It’s insulting to women,” Limbaugh said on his show, according to audio posted by Daily Rushbo.
“It again looks at women as monolithic sex machines who want to make sure they’ve got unending birth control pills and then a free trip to Planned Parenthood the next day, all paid for by Obama.”
Limbaugh sparked a major controversy in March when he branded law student Sandra Fluke a “slut” and a “prostitute” after she argued before a congressional panel in favor of health-insurance coverage for contraceptives.