#RockTheVote: Hey, let’s equate voting to having sex or something

Posted by: ST on November 1, 2013 at 7:08 pm

As usual, the liberal-leaning Rock the Vote crew are working hard to appeal to the lowest common denominator:


This isn’t a new tactic, of course. The Obama campaign used Hollywood actresses last year to treat voting for the first time like your first time having sex — ‘do it with someone special.’


While I find such “motivational” tactics cheap, degrading, vapid, and ultimately self-serving, in one way Rock the Vote, Dunham, Judd and others who take this route are unintentionally right – because after you vote, ultimately the voter usually gets, well …

Screwed

Yeppers.

…. in one way or another.

But I don’t wanna be an, um .. downer, today. Happy Friday! ;)

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  1. ALman says:

    Well, then, I guess we will just have to make sure that we are in charge of the screwdrivers, in order to make sure that what ought to get screwed does!

  2. Drew the Infidel says:

    Obhammud went to a house of ill repute and told the madam, “I want the ugliest, meanest, nastiest girl in the house.”
    Offended, the madam replied, “Sir, might I point out to you that we have some very beautiful, polite, and genteel girls in our employ?”
    To which he said, “Look, lady. I’m not horny, I’m homesick.”

  3. Drew the Infidel says:

    VP Joe Biden led the way on equating political items with sex when he said about Obhammudcare, “This is a big f*cking deal.”

  4. Carlos says:

    In a way they ARE right. Of course, at that point the Repub “leadership” has given us such “rockers” as Daddy Bush, Corn Cob Dole, Sonny Bush, Sonny Bush again, John “I’m a Jackass Pretending to be both a Republican and Important” Mac, and, of course, Mittens.

    Yeah, there’s enough star power there to light up the sky, all right. Every one of them just resonates both the love of constitutional principals and connecting with the average Joe who still has a job and takes the time to vote.