9/30, 8a: Here’s a good submission from reader David N.:
9/29, 7:13a: Per The Weekly Standard, September 28:
The Obama campaign has created a series of electronic greeting card aimed at women voters. “President Obama summed up the Republican Party’s approach to women’s health when he said ‘they want to take us back to the policies more suited to the 1950s than the 21st century,’” the Obama campaign website reads. “Send an eCard to say you won’t go back.”
Perhaps the oddest card in the series, though, is this one:
which my daughter was good enough to send to me…
Not sure any daughter would seriously send that to her mother, advertising the fact she’s sleeping around in college rather than studying.
The card would also show she’s totally ditching her Math 101 class. Even going so far as to divide $18,000 by 20 years equals $75 a month for birth control, which is akin to Sandra Fluke multiplication. Fluke testified bc could cost a college woman $3,000 over three years, which comes to $83 a month. Meanwhile the Target three miles from Fluke’s school sold the bc pill for $9 a month, and CVS for $33 a month.
But perhaps this is Obama-math, the windfall he plans to direct to Planned Parenthood once the government takes over contraceptive distribution.
Which elicits what we should deduce from the e-card, that the girl wants US to pay for her birth control.
But I digress. The question this weekend is what e-card would you send on behalf of women.barackobama.com?
If you go so far as to design a card, email it to me, and I’ll consider posting it.