Obama campaign: ‘Vote like your lady parts depend on it’
WASHINGTON, D.C., October 2, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Obama campaign has hastily yanked an e-card that appeared on its official Tumblr site today, urging viewers to “Vote like your lady parts depend on it.”
Beneath the image, a caption added, “Because they kind of do.”
A spokesperson for the campaign told the Daily Caller that the e-card was removed because it hadn’t been properly reviewed.
“We have a review process for our online content and this piece did not go through our regular review,” the official wrote in an e-mail. “When it was discovered, it was taken down.”
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In the lead up to the November election, the Obama campaign and the Democratic party in general have been trumpeting their pro-abortion credentials. At the Democratic Party’s recent national convention, officials amended the party platform to endorse taxpayer-funded abortion through all nine months of pregnancy.
At the same time, the pro-abortion political movement has increasingly claimed the pro-life position is an attack on women’s genitals. Recent pro-abortion protests have featured women dressed up as giant vaginas and Michigan legislators giving a public reading of The Vagina Monologues and, in a separate incident, dancing on the steps of the Michigan legislature while singing, “It’s My Vagina, So Hands Off Baby.”
The Obama campaign e-card was noticed by Rush Limbaugh on his show today. The nation’s most popular talk show host lambasted the card as insulting to women.
“You talk about demeaning women? Women have been reduced to body parts?” he said. “I mean, if it’s a strip club, that’s one thing, but this is a presidential campaign. Talk about only caring about sex organs and not their minds? Where are the feminazis on this?”
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