Obama's Sickening Birth Control Ad

This is just awful and so full of lies that I'm almost stunned by it.


The gist of this is that little girls dreams will die unless you pay for their birth control.

I always get a chill of revulsion up my spine when I see an ad that touts abortion rights while playing soft music and showing slow motion video of children. Kinda' freaks me out.

As Katie Pavlich of Townhall writes:
There are many problems with this ad.

The first: The use of contraception is not controversial, forcing others, including religious institutions morally opposed to contraception, to cover and pay for contraception, is.

The second: Contraception is readily available at an inexpensive price pretty much everywhere.

The third: Have we really gotten to the point in America where young girls can only fullfil their dreams if someone else pays for their birth control? No, not even close. In fact, Forbes just named their 100 most powerful celebrities in the world. Four out of the top five celebrities were women and seven out of the top ten were women. Taxpayers weren't paying for their birth control through a govenment mandate along their way to the top.

The fourth: The woman narrating the ad says, "We need a president who will stand up for women's health and stay focused on jobs and the economy." Let me remind readers that it was President Obama who decided to make birth control a "controversial" issue and a distraction from his horrific economic record when his ally Nancy Pelosi tapped 30-year-old reproductive activist Sandra Fluke of Georgetown University to testify/complain before a congressional committee about paying $3000 a year for birth control.

Comments

  1. I just threw up in my mouth. This is so sad.

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  2. Caring for her daughters translates as paying for their birth control, morning after pills, sterilization, abortions, etc. Disgusting, even for this president.

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  3. I love that we never see a dad. I love the privilege oozing out of their pores - that's some nice bedroom furniture!

    So gross.

    By the way, if one of my kids wanted to grow up to be a doctor for dolphins I would tell them that's stupid.

    I may not be the target audience for this ad....

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  4. How can the woman in this ad have daughters if she abort all of them ?

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  5. Kinda like kiddie porn, with clothing, but sexualizing children for sure. What's the difference? Anatomy?

    Being naked is not pornographic, child or adult. Pornographic is sexualizing a
    child! Contraception in the context of using children to make it "sexy", is child
    pornography or infinitesimly close.

    Just my perception.

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  6. What a great message for our daughters: "You can only achieve your dreams if you use birth control. You are too stupid to make any other choice but to contracept in order to achieve your goals."

    Huh. Here I am, sitting at my desk at my dream job, without the use of birth control and am mom to five. How the heck did I do it?!

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  7. "fight for our daughters." More like Fight to kill our daughters.

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  8. It's so common how? The Government hasn't started paying for it yet.

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  9. So, according to the ad, women cannot achieve their dreams without altering the natural biological process in our bodies, and our bodies aren't good enough so they need to change. As a young woman, I am absolutely disgusted and insulted. If the message of this ad isn't demeaning to women, I don't know what is!

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  10. I liked it. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Big on state-enforced eugenics, too? I could share a documentary on Nazi fascination with Margaret Sanger. Would you like that too?

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  11. Everyday we see the fabric that makes up the character of Obama. If it were not for the bishops asserting the contrary position, many will be deceived into thinking that Obama was pursuing the welfare of others. Thank God for the bishops is standing up for the light. And this ad shows just how seductive evil can get pretending to be an "angel of light". Scary. We need to be holy and plugged in the Divine power before we can confront these elegant demons.

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  12. To be just frank about this ad. The mother wants free contraception (she looks like she can't afford it for them) for her two girls. They need it, so they can have SEX ( letting a boy or man, inseminate inside of them) when they want and if (or when) they still get pregnant, because it always fails, then they can just take a pill (morning after pill) to KILL the problem (baby). I say this mother is just sick, plainly sick.

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  13. Saw this yesterday. It just goes to show that the two sides on this issue really think in entirely different ways. Either that, or it shows that Democrats think women are really, really stupid.

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  14. This mother doesn't dream that her girls won't sleep around? That they won't be self-confident and self-disciplined enough to wait? Yuck.

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  15. As Diogenes once said, ""Bury me on my head, for very soon this world will be turned upside down."

    That was disgusting.

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  16. So distorted and so discouraging. Sigh.

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  17. China has now reached a realization that they have aborted so many that there are too few younger adults to care for the really old.
    The actuaries and demographers advising Social Security forecast the USA will get to the same point before AD 2030, and our Congress and President refuse to confront the reality. and when Paul Ryan tries to raise the issue, for possible negotiation to repair the problem, Obama's people run ads showing Ryan pushing grandma over a cliff.
    TeaPot562

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  18. And that's who is going to vote for him: limousine liberals.

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  19. 48% of the Catholic faithful in America voted for this miscreant last presidential election.... some of us knew what he was because we looked to uncover and know before we voted- the fact that so many Catholics have lost their way, and have had few bishops to guide them is what is really revolting and causes vomitus in ones buccal cavity- would that we could spit them all out... BTW_ Nancy Pelosi is getting a street named for her in San Fran- perhaps her bishop Nieder. and Cardinal Weurl will turn out for the dedication and invoke the convocation - Maybe??? Huh ????

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  20. From my experience, if some guy wants to make sure you are on birth control and wants to pay for birth control, watch out he is getting ready to screw you.

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  21. When it comes to abortion, this is the heart of the liberal attitude: It's for those . . . those OTHER people to destroy their children . . . (you know the kind of people I mean, don't you?) It's not really for ME and MY wonderful children". I certainly hope the women of America can see through this slobber.

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  22. I'm 28 years old. I have three college degrees. I'm running a political campaign. I have lots of friends. I'm healthy. I'm not on anti-depressants. I don't hurt other people. I am a good citizen. I attend church and contribute to my community. I pay taxes and I do not receive aid from the government. SHOCKER::::::
    I AM NOT NOR HAVE I EVER BEEN ON BIRTH CONTROL.

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  23. Not sure how involved obama was in this, so I will give him the benefit of the doubt, however he did say something in a debate a few years ago that really told me alot about this man, he said that he would not burden his daughters with a baby...so he would allow his daughters to oommit an horrific sin in killing their babies if the situation presented itself, what kind of father would do such a thing...I hate to say this but theres something about this man that borders on evil, he's pretty much what an anti-christ would be like.

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    1. He said "punished" not "burdened"

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  24. Romney is taking the Catholic vote for granted by participating in a $50,000 a plate fundraiser at the home of the CEO of the company that makes Plan B. Seriously, we need to hold his feet to the fire!!!

    http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/mitt-romney-holds-fundraiser-with-manufacturer-of-the-morning-after-pill

    Pax et bonum,
    Julie D. Byrne

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  25. Remember when fornication like an animal is what interfered with your dreams?

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  26. Straight up propaganda.

    You gotta feel sorry for a culture that thinks the most important dimension of a human being is having unfettered sex, and teaches it's women that you can only be important if you suppress the natural female functions of your body.

    Did our tax dollars pay for this?

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    1. Propaganda is paid for by government. This was paid for by Obama's Hollywood powered golden war chest. I would venture what you'll see in the coming months will make this little poem look like the first pebble to cause an avalanche.

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    2. And this isn't about culture, but a political command to bend your moral understanding to bow at the feet of the state. Don't be fooled by soft music. The message ends with the words "or else." It's a couched threat.

      President Obama has crafted an entire career making it difficult or impossible to be born if you are one of the chosen 4,000 per day, whose murders are bought and paid for in utero.

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  27. Contraceptives are not medicine. Abortifacients are not medicine. Both are harmful, physically and morally. The Government ought to be warning people against their use, not promoting them and forcing people to provide them to others. It is irrational - evil. This is fomenting societal collapse.

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  28. Awful. It doesn't make sense that a woman's fertility should need to be medicated and treated as if it were an illness. The video makes birth control out to be a necessary staple to women's health - which it is not. It can actually be detrimental to their health! It is certainly not so life-on-the-line necessary that other people should be forced to pay for it even when they are morally opposed.

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  29. OMG, If we should pay for birth control and it's as common as cough medicine, why shouldn't my cough medicine be paid for ?? And how about flu shots - isn't flu potentially far more harmful to women's health than pregnancy?
    This whole thing is an absurdity. Birth control is not now nor has ever been a women's health issue.

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  30. You only need safe sex, in unsafe relationships.

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  31. That's ridiculous!

    What about one of my daughters who might want to own a business some day, but would be faced with the ethical dilemma that in order to provide healthcare benefits for her employees she would have to compromise her beliefs? When is our president going to stand up for my daughter and her rights?! That's what I'd like to know.

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  32. Horrendous. I want my baby girl to dream big. And, I'm pretty sure we can do that without the use of b.c. I know, because it was good enough for her mother.

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  33. What if, a girl's dream really is to be a mother? It shouldn't be an inferior or inadequate dream to want to raise children in addition to whatever directions a woman travels in life. Even if faith isn't part of a person's world view, Biology still pushes toward parenthood being a wonderful and good dream. Our future is pretty bleak when raising children who will be our future is only for those who were too stupid, poor, or uneducated to have prevented it.

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  34. Notice there is no father in this scenario? They are no longer necessary. Notice this in news stories, ads, sitcoms, commercials. It's very common now. The "Julia" campaign cartoon for Obama tracks a woman from 3 yrs old through adulthood without mentioning a husband or father.

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  35. It is sickening - and very sad. Clearly, she is depedent on pharmaceuticals. She is either ignorant of the harm done by these chemicals to people and the environment or deliberately ignoring it. Sadly, she is not celebrating each girl's personhood and the beauty of the human soul which is much more that just sex.

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  36. Since we're supposed to subsidize these girls' dreams of (presumably) unhindered promiscuity, can they subsidize my dream of owning enough guns and ammo to invade the upper peninsula of Michigan during hunting season?

    I mean, at least the right to bear arms actually exists in the Constitution.

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  37. If this girl has the discipline to wake up at 5 every morning, maybe she might actually have the discipline to abstain from sexual relations before marriage?

    And what kind of role model is this woman being if the kids don't want to grow up to be mothers?

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  38. Wow! It now needs to be a 'right' to take a pill that is poisoning our water & destroying womens fertility. And, if you dont march in lock-step with this orthodoxy your 'dreams' will be destroyed.
    What a disgusting ad.

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  39. rayd@sanbornelectric.comMay 23, 2012 at 9:15 AM

    How far many in our society have drifted from away from Common sense much less the values and morals that build and support a healthy community!

    the GOD (that supposedly doesn't exist to hear some) will never take away our ability to "Free Choice". However "the god, our government" will force us to do what we KNOW and BELIEVE to be ABOSLUTELY WRONG!!!

    I wonder how a mother who implies she loves her children can make an Ad like this and have a clear conscience.

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  40. So instead of teaching her girls to dream to be mothers, she letting them be "dolphin doctors"?(Newsflash: the word is veterinarian.)

    In the words of Charlie Brown: AAAUUUGHHHHH!!!

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  41. Think of all the aborted baby girls who will never get the chance to dream about anything.

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  42. Wonder if she takes cough syrup everyday to prevent a cough. Women need to understand how their fertility works and how to work with it. It is unbelievable in this day of oversexed sex education that girls are not taught how their bodies work, a mission that would be a healthy option for all, including the dolphins in our water systems.

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  43. It puts a lot on the shoulders of women. Making people think that this is something we all need, when what we really need is for more people to realize the benefit of self restraint and abstinence. Easiest way to not get pregnant when you can't afford to is to not have sex. Easy as that. The fact that the church teaches abstinence is as a good reason to combat this mandate with a reminder that the morals in this country are dying out if the government thinks this mass sterilization is necessary.

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  44. Most of you miss the key issue here, which is sad, because then your arguments fall on deaf ears. Many believe that women NEED birth control for other issues other than being promiscuous. Many women allegedly need it for medical reasons. Now, if you want anyone to listen to your ranting, please address these issues, not just abortion and sex.

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  45. RE: dolphin doctors, bottlenose dolphins are sex-crazed thrill-killers. They're one of the few species where the female is a threat to the young.

    Why would you want to be a doctor to Casey Anthony with sonar?

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  46. The side argument of "I need to take birth control pills but it has nothing to do with having sex" holds about as much water as "I had no idea there were drugs in this bag, Officer, I was just holding it for a friend".

    Can this be true?? Yes, once in a blue moon. And guess what? If birth control pills ARE needed for other than contraceptive reasons, they are ALREADY covered by insurance. Mainly, however, this is a red herring.

    And gee-whiz, this "mom" never thought for a second ,"I hope my girls are so busy with their academic careers and studies, friends and service projects, and preparing themselves for adulthood that they are too smart to risk it all by jumping into bed with some guy!!"

    Or, sorry, I forgot for minute that in Obamaland everyone over the age of 12 should be able to have sex with any animal, vegetable, or mineral of their choice....it is a RIGHT! [gag]

    Pattie, RN

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  47. I think we are missing the real meaning of this ad. This is a ploy to make the USA look bad in the eye's of the Nation of Islam. We will appear as decadent, lustful and sinful in their eyes. You must remember that the intent of Islam is to "destroy from within". What better way than this ad.

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  48. Abortion is a crime even when it is only through a pill taken the day after...But, abortion is also a crime against society. America is doomed if,by abortions or contraceptives, American women avoid having more than one child by family. Abortion is also a way of making black population to be a permanent minority. It is a sort of a KKK plan against the conception or birth of black babies.
    Sad that so many black women are swallowing this Democratic white political pill...

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  49. Maybe Obama supporting women have to have sex to get ahead in the world therefore they need contraception so the can have more sex? I mean he is the JOBs president right????

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  50. Aside from this being the best political football for politicians, it is not about birth control and/or abortion. It is about making you, girls and ladies, sex objects with your cooperation. Most can hear the between the lines. Why shouldn't big-pharma snd their clients tell the truth about sex and the naive single girl or is it time we do it for them?

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  51. I want to respond to Joseph's comment that women "need" contraception to treat other health issues. I was one of those women who was told that my health issues couldn't be managed in any other way than to take the pill, and so I started taking contraception at the ripe age of...15. I didn't know any better then. Now, I know about NaPro Technology (also known as FertilityCare and Creighton). It is a scientific, peer-reviewed, morally acceptable approach to women's healthcare that truly manages family planning AND serious health issues such as endometriosis and polycystic ovarian syndrom, irregular cycles, pms,etc and even has a higher success rate of conception than IVF for couples experiencing infertility. If you've never heard of NaPro Technology, I would encourage you to google it and learn about it. There once was a time that my health issues were being managed by supressing my (healthy) fertility and causing a host of serious sideeffects (and, my soul was in serious danger, although at the time I was so uninformed that I hadn't a clue about that...). I don't mean to sound like an advertisement, but women never need contraception because there is nothing healthy about it for women's bodies or souls.

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  52. As an addition to all ElizabethAnne said, using contraception to treat women's health issues only treats (i.e., masks) the symptoms. It does nothing to address the root cause of the symptoms, which is the real problem or disorder. It's like taking Tylenol for a headache caused by a brain tumor. Your head feels better, but the tumor is still there--and probably getting worse! Meanwhile, the focus of NaPro is to ferret out the CAUSE of the symptoms, and treat it, improving the woman's actual health, not just her perception of it through symptoms.

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  53. Gee, Obama. How did I EVER become a veterinarian without you paying for my birth control? I must be a fluke, right?

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  54. Why women are following men's wishes on this dilema. Behind all the contraceptive issues you will find men, money,lies, and the use of women's
    bodies, health, egos and naiveness. Doctors and pharmaceutical business are getting rich everyday with this issue. WOMEN you are part of the cosumerism that becomes part of the economy
    in this country, and your daughters of course have to continue being consumers, it does not matter the price or the sacrifice as long you continue to maximaze riches and diminsh population. ECONOMICS GAME.

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  55. If this mom had used abortion or more birth control we wouldn't get to see these two lovely young ladies. It's a shame thier mother isn't teaching them personal responsability.

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  56. This is the most nauseating ad I have heard from any political arena. Not only that, I am so offended that they think that today's woman and daughters can't realize their dreams without the government intervening with free birth control for us. It is the most insulting and degrading ad I have heard, and I've heard a lot of them. A real Mother teaches her daughters abstinence because she wants them to have their dignity and self-respect. I'm sure that the liberals who came up with this think it will sell Obama's plan, but hopefully every woman who hears this load of crap will see through it and be offended by their insinuations that we need their free birth control so we can realize our dreams. Excuse me, I have to go throw up.

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  57. I have SO many problems with this ad that I don't even know where to begin. The article is spot on! Some thoughts:

    1) Let's be honest, BC has very little to do with health and much more to do with people having sex without consequences.
    2) Who said a woman who has children is unable to accomplish their dreams? I take sincere offense to this idea. My children have helped me to accomplish dreams I never even knew I had. :-)
    3) Maybe we should be teaching our daughters that actions have consequences and having premarital sex is not a good idea and WHY it should be an act reserved for a woman and her husband... (or do we think our girls are too stupid to understand truth?)
    4) If the older daughter in the ad, Caroline, is so committed to her goal of becoming a pilot maybe she should not engage in behaviors that may possibly make her dreams harder to fulfill.
    5) BC may be "medication" but it actually has been proven to harm women's health. There is a strong connection between BC and breast cancer, as well as cysts and various other medical problems. Not to mention the fact that it can cause an abortion by not allowing the new baby in the womb to attach to the uterine lining.
    6) Just because something is "common" does not in any way mean that it is good or MORAL. Wasn't owning slaves a "common" occurence at one time?
    7) No one is saying that women should be denied BC. If you want to put harmful amounts of hormones into your body on a monthly basis -- by all means, you have the right. Just don't ask me, someone who is morally opposed to this "medication", to pay for it.
    8) Women should have the right to take care of their bodies the way they deem best -- but when it comes to another person, (ie baby in the womb) a woman's rights don't automatically trump the baby's. The right to life is essential to all humans regardless of how old or capable they are.
    9) I think most importantly this woman's concerns (or our current President's concerns) are completely out of sync with reality, logic and basic human morality. She should be more worried about the overt entitlement ideology of our youth and blatant oversexualization of our children. The health and dreams of our daughters are not at stake because many American citizens don't want to be forced to pay for their BC. That is a ridiculous statement and one that everyone should be appalled by. The health and dreams of our daughters (and sons) are at stake because many people won't stand up and teach them the truth. They don't need someone to pay for their contraceptives. They need someone to teach them to work hard, remain pure, search for truth and stand up for what's right.

    But that's just my opinion...

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  58. "...the dreams of our daughters are at stake?" This woman is either insane or evil. I suppose she could be both. To her, I say, if she actually believes in what she is broadcasting, she can fulfill her own dreams of a brainwashed Death Culture while the rest of us create generations of Pro-Lifers.

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