Friday, October 26, 2012

Creepy Obama Ad Compares Voting to Sex -- With the President

If you haven't seen the controversial Barack Obama ad, "Your First Time," perhaps you should. It gives some insight into how the abortion president and his campaign think. Viewer discretion advised.

The Obama campaign seems to be shifting this campaign to the more divisive social issues, with President Obama repeatedly aligning himself with Planned Parenthood and claiming they perform mammograms. (They don't.) Taxpayer-funded birth control activist Sandra Fluke has hit the campaign trail, drawing crowds of 10 people. Planned Parenthood's own Cecile Richards is on the campaign trail full-time with President Obama. (She apparently takes Mitt Romney's pledge to defund PP seriously.)

The social issues ignite disinterested voters to come out and vote against the impending calamity if an opponent wins. Will this ad help with college-age females? Maybe. It might push some senior citizens away also.

This ad is more evidence of the desperation in the Obama campaign. Romney is beating them on jobs and the economy, which is the defining issue of this election cycle. The foreign policy record may be easier to defend, but it's hardly a strong issue for the president. So he will rally his side with this? Voting is like having sex, so the first time you do it should be with Barack Obama? Am I the only one who finds this a little creepy? What if this were a Clinton ad? Hmmm.

Interestingly, this is also the closest that the Left gets to an abstinence message: Wait for someone who actually cares about you--not enough to marry you, but enough to pay for your birth control.

What a disgustingly crude political ad! It may play well among 20-year-olds who think it's funny, but it's not winning any votes from senior citizens.


Wesley Wilson is the President of Let Me Live, a nonprofit dedicated to saving babies by showing the beauty and value of life to women considering abortion. Please learn more about the Let Me Live pro-life billboard campaign. Donations are tax deductible.