Unbelievable. Dem Posters Use Oral Sex Puns for McAuliffe

This post is not for the kids.

The Democrat party of Virginia put out posters all over college campuses accusing pro-life governor Ken Cuccinelli of wanting to make oral sex a felony. The accusation is, of course, stupid but never even mind that. Liberals know kids are stupid because they run the public schools and they like to keep kids ignorant because they grow up into ignorant adults.

But anyway, it gets worse. Playing off the oral sex theme, the posters on college campuses say things like “Ken Cuccinelli wants to make oral sex a felony” and in an effort to get them to vote they say, “Get your head in the game,” or “Don’t let Election Day go down without you.”

In a sane world that would delegitimize the candidate and the party entirely. But knowing what I do of college campuses, this won't surprise or offend many people at all.

It's a lie and a dirty lie to boot and they're telling it to 18 year olds. And this is a race for governor of the state of Virginia. Think about how sad that is.

The Democrats issued one of those we're sorry if you were offended non apology apologies. Hey, Terry McAuliffe worked for Bill Clinton so I guess he can't really help making oral sex a talking point of his campaign.



  1. Their classlessness is reason 1,000,001 why I will never vote for someone with a D listed as party affiliation.

  2. 1. Blogger...reading your stuff over the last year. You don't know anything about college campuses.
    2. This is the same nasty, ignorant name calling politics that the left has used to suppress discussion and reduce the debate to name calling....just like the republicans. Both parties are ignorant and corrupt and in my opinion anyone voting for either party is a moron who simply chooses the more pleasant lie...but still a lie.

  3. Is this really that "unbelievable" coming from the party that thinks its GOOD to pay killers to kill preborn babies? Not surprising at all.

  4. No, Mr. A, YOU run the public schools through democratically-elected school boards. However, most people never vote for their school trustees; I suppose the stay-at-homes are too busy listening to demagogues on the radio. Did you vote in your last school board election? Have you ever considered serving the children of this nation by running for school board? Do you volunteer an hour a week in your school's several volunteer programs? Or are you simply passing on whatever closed loop of old geezer-crankiness appears on the Orwellian Telescreen?


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