Posted on | September 11, 2012 | 7 Comments
Stacy has been covering the questions about the Obama campaign’s cash. Tonight, though, Dan Riehl’s tweet alerted me that this hysterically hysterical ad running in Virginia is now online.
New Obama campaign ad calls Romney ‘dangerous’ for women’s health – The Hill’s Video thehill.com/video/campaign…
— DanRiehl (@DanRiehl) September 12, 2012
“We can’t afford to let him take away our choices, to take away basic healthcare,” the woman in the ad continues. “I don’t think that women’s health issues have faced a crises like this in decades.”
Helpy-helperblog that we are, our sacred honor compels us to lend a hand with a few augmented completions to “I don’t think that women’s health issues have faced a crises like this since. . .”
- . . . Lady GaGa couldn’t get Gunter von Hagen to produce an outfit of herself inside-out to wear to Anna Wintour’s Obama fundraiser.
- . . . Nancy Pelosi’s botox froze while reading the ObamaCare legislation, requiring her staff to throw her back into the D-Type boiler for thawing.
- . . . Rachel Maddow walked into The Rainbow and Lemmy was all “Johnny Depp! Ain’t seen ya in ages, man!” (Lemmy later confessed to excessive blood in his whiskey system.)
- . . . Kathleen Glynn understood the full weight of her marriage to Michael Moore.
- . . . Debbie Wasserman Schultz was confronted with the crushing reality of audio recording technology.
- . . . Dianne Feinstein was shocked, Shocked! to discover the existence of an opposition party in California, having a candidate named Elizabeth Emken who, absurdly, wants to bring back the Lincoln-Douglas debates of Feinstein’s youth.
- . . . Over-the-hill actress Cher realized that, past a certain age, all parts are small parts.