HOLLYWOOD, November 6, 2012, (—The producer of “Sex and the City” has created a disturbing new video showing young girls begging their mothers to vote for Barack Obama so they can have “choice” when they grow up.

“Think like a mother,” a series of young girls tell the camera.

“Please, please, please vote for President Obama. Otherwise, your vote is a vote against me,” a succession of girls of varying ages and ethnicities tells the camera. “Make the right choice so when I grow up, I can still have one.”

Debra Kent, who produced the hypersexual HBO series, partnered with author Kelly Simmons in creating the ad, entitled “Daughters for Obama.”

On her YouTube posting, Kent wrote that the ad was inspired by her grandmother, whom she wished had the chance to abort her Down syndrome baby before Roe v. Wade.

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“A few months before I was born, my grandmother got pregnant. She was well over 50, and had two grown up sons including my father,” Kent wrote. “She did not want to have another child and she was scared for so many reasons including the baby’s health. But it was illegal to have an abortion so she had no choice.”

Her aunt, Felice, “was born with Downs syndrome. I remember her because she was my age and we used to play together.”

Felice died at age six of Leukemia.

“Her death devastated my grandmother who was heartbroken and never fully the same,” Kent wrote. “This is the kind of situation we’re facing if we elect government officials who are pro-life.”

Surveys have found 99 percent of Down syndrome children say they are happy with their lives. However, an estimated 90 percent of children prenatally diagnosed with Down syndrome are aborted.


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