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Obama and Biden are reducing women to the sum of their "lady parts".

Their misogyny bubbles to surface at the Obama camp.

Vote for Romney and tell Obama you are more than just a vagina!

by on Oct. 3, 2012 at 6:01 PM
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Bookwormy
by Platinum Member on Oct. 3, 2012 at 6:46 PM
Nope; got that. So??? Poorly worded ad. OK; who cares. Oops. 47%; much bigger & more relevant oops IMnotHO.


Quoting asfriend:

Are you all missing that this was an actual mini-campaign on the Obama re-election site, that they took down, when normal people saw how loony it was?

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asfriend
by on Oct. 3, 2012 at 6:59 PM
I hate that I understood that.

The others still don't understand it was an actual campaign ad, like give Obama your wedding money and stuff, I don't want them to be ignorant, they are free to disagree, not to comprehend it though, hurts my heart, for them.


Quoting Bookwormy:

Nope; got that. So??? Poorly worded ad. OK; who cares. Oops. 47%; much bigger & more relevant oops IMnotHO.




Quoting asfriend:

Are you all missing that this was an actual mini-campaign on the Obama re-election site, that they took down, when normal people saw how loony it was?


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norwgnwood
by Bronze Member on Oct. 3, 2012 at 7:01 PM
2 moms liked this
Lol You're dumb.
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SapphyreMoon91
by New Member on Oct. 3, 2012 at 7:01 PM
2 moms liked this

Im voting for Obama... ^^Thats Romney not Obama

rfurlongg
by on Oct. 3, 2012 at 7:08 PM
3 moms liked this
I think some people missed this so I will bump it!

Quoting LauraKW:

 This took all of 2 minutes to debunk.  Yes, the source is a blog, but look at the content.  Anyway, if you're dumb enough to believe this post is true, you're dumb enough that the source won't matter.



How #ladyparts went viral


politicalmugshot




(CNN) - It started as an ecard, became a post on a Obama campaign blog, and eventually became fodder for conservative websites.


It wasn't the average get-out-the-vote banner.


Tune to CNN for Wednesday's presidential debate coverage starting at 7 p.m. ET on CNN TV, CNN.com and via CNN's apps for iPhone, iPad and Android. Web users can become video editors with a new clip-and-share feature that allows them to share favorite debate moments on Facebook and Twitter.

– Follow the Ticker on Twitter: @PoliticalTicker


– Check out the CNN Electoral Map and Calculator and game out your own strategy for November.


"Vote like your lady parts depend on it," the meme read.


The post appears to have been posted first to the blogging site Tumblr by someone known on the site as Vennstiel on September 25.


When posting it last Tuesday, that user added, "Because they kinda do."


Someone with the Obama campaign "reblogged" it on their official campaign Tumblr this week, adding the commentary, "Really, though," plus a link to the women's health page on Obama's campaign website.


The post has since been removed from the Obama campaign Tumblr, but the page was first saved by web sites that "cache" or save the impressions from web sites over time. Google's caching service provided a snapshot of the page showing it online just before 4 p.m. ET on Monday afternoon.


A spokesman with the Obama campaign did not return a request from CNN for comment on the post.


It was done in the style of the ecards on the website Someecards, whose website shows it was posted there by a user of the site known as WiscoWoman on May 27.


The Obama campaign post brought the meme to prominence online. On Tuesday afternoon, the original Tumblr post had over 8,700 "notes" which includes other users posting the graphic to their Tumblr pages.


Conservative websites, including The Drudge Report and The Weekly Standard noted the post, and it drew a flurry of comments on Twitter.


Obama's campaign website lists Tumblr alongside other popular social networking websites, including Twitter and Facebook, where supporters can interact with the campaign online.


A separate Tuesday afternoon post mentioned women in a different context, noting the platform differences between Obama and Romney on Planned Parenthood and reproductive health care.


Tumblr says it has 75.8 million blogs and that nearly 63 million posts are added daily.


As the Tumblr user who posted the original meme noted on a separate Tuesday afternoon post, "It's got a life of its own now."


http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2012/10/02/how-ladyparts-went-viral/comment-page-5/

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Sisteract
by Whoopie on Oct. 3, 2012 at 7:13 PM

Of course, if you have 2 good hands you can clean the toilet, cook dinner, do the laundry and wipe snotty noses and dirty behinds too.

Depending on the time of day, different body parts are useful-

Quoting punky3175:

I can't wait to go volunteer for the Obama campaign tomorrow night because I AM more than a vagina and Romney sure doesn't understand that.


Separation of church and state is for the protection of BOTH church and state.
Leading with hate and intolerance only leads to MORE hate and intolerance.
FromAtoZ
by AllieCat on Oct. 3, 2012 at 7:13 PM
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Some people will believe any thing.

parentalrights1
by on Oct. 3, 2012 at 7:15 PM
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That is quite possibly the dumbest attack on Obama I have seen yet. If this is the best that Romney supporters can come up with then Obama must be the better choice
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asfriend
by on Oct. 3, 2012 at 7:45 PM
At this point, I can only assume that you didn't read you own post, or are confused by the words "debunked" and "confirmed".

"the Obama campaign reblogged it on their official website"

"the Obama campaign brought the meme to prominence "


Quoting LauraKW:

 This took all of 2 minutes to debunk.  Yes, the source is a blog, but look at the content.  Anyway, if you're dumb enough to believe this post is true, you're dumb enough that the source won't matter.



How #ladyparts went viral


politicalmugshot




(CNN) - It started as an ecard, became a post on a Obama campaign blog, and eventually became fodder for conservative websites.


It wasn't the average get-out-the-vote banner.


Tune to CNN for Wednesday's presidential debate coverage starting at 7 p.m. ET on CNN TV, CNN.com and via CNN's apps for iPhone, iPad and Android. Web users can become video editors with a new clip-and-share feature that allows them to share favorite debate moments on Facebook and Twitter.

– Follow the Ticker on Twitter: @PoliticalTicker


– Check out the CNN Electoral Map and Calculator and game out your own strategy for November.


"Vote like your lady parts depend on it," the meme read.


The post appears to have been posted first to the blogging site Tumblr by someone known on the site as Vennstiel on September 25.


When posting it last Tuesday, that user added, "Because they kinda do."


Someone with the Obama campaign "reblogged" it on their official campaign Tumblr this week, adding the commentary, "Really, though," plus a link to the women's health page on Obama's campaign website.


The post has since been removed from the Obama campaign Tumblr, but the page was first saved by web sites that "cache" or save the impressions from web sites over time. Google's caching service provided a snapshot of the page showing it online just before 4 p.m. ET on Monday afternoon.


A spokesman with the Obama campaign did not return a request from CNN for comment on the post.


It was done in the style of the ecards on the website Someecards, whose website shows it was posted there by a user of the site known as WiscoWoman on May 27.


The Obama campaign post brought the meme to prominence online. On Tuesday afternoon, the original Tumblr post had over 8,700 "notes" which includes other users posting the graphic to their Tumblr pages.


Conservative websites, including The Drudge Report and The Weekly Standard noted the post, and it drew a flurry of comments on Twitter.


Obama's campaign website lists Tumblr alongside other popular social networking websites, including Twitter and Facebook, where supporters can interact with the campaign online.


A separate Tuesday afternoon post mentioned women in a different context, noting the platform differences between Obama and Romney on Planned Parenthood and reproductive health care.


Tumblr says it has 75.8 million blogs and that nearly 63 million posts are added daily.


As the Tumblr user who posted the original meme noted on a separate Tuesday afternoon post, "It's got a life of its own now."


http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2012/10/02/how-ladyparts-went-viral/comment-page-5/


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Lizardannie1966
by on Oct. 3, 2012 at 7:54 PM

*sigh Gone are the days of traditional political campaigning.

In its place? your e cards.


Quoting Jesi_79:



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