So here we are in the final days of the election, and we are witnessing a desperate President trying desperately to hold on to his job. Hurricane Sandy gave President Obama a few days’ reprieve from the nagging questions about Benghazi and the bad economy, but the polls don’t lie. Governor Romney still has the wind at his back. So what to do? Bring out the celebrities of course! And, while they’re at it, why not bring back the fake War on Women, alleged voter suppression by Republicans and Global Warming? After all, desperate times call for desperate measures!

Let’s do a quick recap.

We’ve got that creepy official ad for the Obama campaign featuring “Girls” star and creator Lena Dunham comparing voting for Obama to having sex for the first time. “Your first time shouldn’t be with just anybody. You want to do it with a great guy,” Lena tells us.

Yeah, we heard you, Lena. Your first time was with Barack Obama, and he made you feel like a woman. How special.  I realize that the demographic for this ad is young women, but does Barack Obama really think this ad’s message is cool, considering he has two young daughters?

Rich Lowry said, “Obama was implicitly the husband of Julia, the cartoon character created to demonstrate the cradle-to-grave assistance rendered by his programs; Obama is implicitly Lena Dunham’s lover.”

(Does anyone really want the government to be their lover?)

Then we’ve got Julianne Moore picking up on the fake War on Women meme in a new video dubbed “Yes We Plan.” The video features a touch of Obama worship along with overlapping voices and vague platitudes (how 2008!). It’s an ode to Planned Parenthood. Meanwhile, as of recently, Planned Parenthood’s political arm has spent about $5.7 million against Romney. Gotta spend money to keep those tax dollars flowing in!

Now let’s move on to the allegation of voter suppression…

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