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The Return of Votergasm [Dec. 22nd, 2009|09:08 am]
Tomas Gallucci
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This is TRULY one of the most pathetic things I've ever heard. If you refuse to have sex with somebody SOLELY based on their stance on this atrocious health care bill, you are a MORON.


Just when every tactic in the book had been seemingly exhausted in the health care debate, Rock the Vote comes along with a new one: if you want health care reform, don't sleep with anyone who opposes it until his or her mind is changed. The youth advocacy group is pushing the campaign in a Web video and pledge on its Web site, which asks supporters to "hold out" for health care. The subtlety of the online pledge, though, is completely undone by the video, which employs zero rhetorical devices, except for a couple of bleeps, to get its message bluntly across. "We pledge ourselves to the health and liberty of young Americans and to government for the people ... and to never f---ing you if you are against us," the team of actors in the video says. "We will vote against you, work against you, and once again, just in case you forgot, never ever, never ever, never ever, never ever f--- you." The video was produced by comedy site FunnyorDie.com, the site that promoted "Obama Girl" and her raunchy videos in support of Barack Obama during the 2008 presidential campaign. But while that site often posts satire videos, Rock the Vote is collecting signatures for the "hold out" for health care campaign on its own site. Rock the Vote President Heather Smith said in a written statement that the group is just trying to remind young people "they have a stake and a say" in the health care debate. "Young people are the most uninsured age group in America and are living and dying with this issue every day," she said. "And we need to keep rocking the vote so that politicians pay attention."


The video features actress Eva Amurri from the show "Californication" and Zach Gilford from "Friday Night Lights." Article here.


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[User Picture]From: brendala
2010-01-03 12:06 am (UTC)
The YouTube video you embedded is actually a piece of satire made by a conservative group. But the sad thing is that its hard to tell the difference between the satire video and the actual Rock the Vote ad.


I think its great that the actual Rock the Vote ad is flat out telling us that the Democrats are willing to whore out their women in order to get dumb, horny young guys (and desperate old cougars) to change their stance on healthcare reform. Next time one of my liberal friends starts lecturing me about how Republicans/Conservatives are misogynist pigs; I'll just point them to this video instead of wasting my breath on another pointless debate.

This Rock the Vote ad also fails to understand how men operate. Conservative and Libertarian men have lied about their political views in order to shag easy liberal girls since the 1960s. The fact that said girls apparently haven't caught on to this trick yet is hysterical! XD
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[User Picture]From: schpydurx
2010-01-03 01:36 am (UTC)
It's amazing what a man will do to make a girls panties drop.
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