Obama’s Offensive Anti-Woman Campaign Ad (Now Disappeared Down Memory Hole)
Earlier today the Obama campaign’s “official Tumblr page” featured an offensive message:
This image was followed with a text tag that said, “because they kinda do.”
Uh, no, they kinda don’t, you supercilious liars.
And since when was a woman nothing but her p*ssy? I thought women wanted to be considered a whole person, a person with a mind and someone worth more than a mere sex organ?
Apparently all liberal women think is that they are a giant, walking vagina and absolutely nothing else.
Naturally, as soon as a light was shown on their lies, the Obama campaign removed the offensive page. All you get is an error page now. Now it’s down the memory hole as if it never happened.
Warner Todd Huston
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