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  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous

    Best argument that I’ve ever seen for raising the legal voting age to 40.
    Or, the legal voting IQ to a minimum of 40.

  • Anonymous

    I’m a woman, and this bothers me to no end. If this is what the O campaign thinks of women, no thanks. For every young voter this appeals to, it’s going to offend two older, more experienced voters.

  • Steve M.

    I think it’s a good ad. No offense gentlemen, but it’s not aimed at you. It’s aimed at a demographic of young, first-time voters that Obama will win overwhelmingly IF they show up. This may get them to show up. It’ll get a ton of play in the social media circles that this group travels in (Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, etc.). Like it or not, it’s likely extremely effective in accomplishing what is its clear goal … get young, first time voters — specifically females — to vote and vote Obama.

    • Anonymous

      I understand your take on it, Steve, but I am left to wonder: this is what Obama thinks of young women – emotionally driven, easily swayed by sex, anti-intellectual, and using a situational model of ethics based on feelings, sensuality, and vicarious sexual experiences? It almost sounds Clintonian.
      And then they have the gall to say that there’s a war on women with the Republicans. It’s as if they’re saying, “Don’t vote for those people who want to mess with your lady parts. Vote for me, b-word, cause I got what it takes to make you happy with what you really want…” [using my best hip-hop voice]. Yeah, real ennobling and inspiring.
      How condescending and cheapening for those younger women. I doubt that Obama would want Malia and Sasha to be seeing and believing this ad.
      It’s utterly crass, cynical, and extremely hypocritical.

  • Anonymous

    disgusting and juvenile

  • Raúl Ramírez

    This ad brought to you by the clown-in-chief.