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Anti-McCain Ad To Focus On Incest

Posted by Casey on September 26, 2008

Welcome GatewayPundit, LGF, Freepers and other readers.  The response to this post has been stellar.  I’ve been moderating a debate today, and hadn’t look at the site until now.  You guys have been awesome.

This is a Needs of the Many exclusive. If you see this post anywhere else it is because they are citing my work (which is great, and encouraged), or they are stealing my work. Please report back if you see this post anywhere else without a link back to my site.  I’ve been having a problem with theft of my posts … thank you.

Fax of job for anti-McCain incest ad.

Fax of job for anti-McCain incest ad.

A few days ago I was listening to the radio, and heard that there was an ad looking for actors from a talent agency that wanted a girl for an anti-McCain/pro-Obama commercial. Not a big deal, right? I didn’t think so either until the host of the show I was listening to read the contents of the job opportunity. This is a new low for the campaign. Click the picture above to read the job opportunity, and the “motivation” the actor should have for the part.

Casey refers to Casey Hendrickson on KXNT. I was listening to his show when he announced that he was sent this from another listener. I sent him an email, and asked if I could have the ad … this is what he sent me. He said he blacked out some usernames, and email addresses to protect privacy.

Notice the project name is “Anti Palin/McCain Political Ad” … they didn’t even have the ticket right. The actress will also not be paid for her work. Instead she will get a DVD of her commercial for her portfolio. It’s called TFDVD (time for DVD), and it is common in the modeling world if you are a model trying to get noticed.

The actress should be 15-19, and “break your heart” without saying a word. Her role is that of a victim of incest or rape who is now pregnant, and “forced to keep her child b/c Roe v. Wade overturned means no exception for rape or incest.”

LOL … wow! Talk about fear-mongering. There are so many problems with this ad, but that’s common with liberal advertisements.

The president, should McCain win, has no authority to overturn Roe v. Wade. Certainly, the vice president has no such authority. Yet Palin is getting top billing for this job. The president’s only authority in the matter is to appoint judges to the Supreme Court. Any judge appointed to the Supreme Court by the president must be approved by the Senate using “advise and consent.” So if McCain appoints a judge to the Supreme Court who is interested in reversing Roe v. Wade … they will have to be approved by the Senate first, and with a 2/3 majority. McCain has also made it clear that he will not have a litmus test on abortion for judges he’d appoint.

I’m also unaware of any proposed change to Roe v. Wade that removes the abortion option in cases of incest or rape. I could be wrong, but every proposal I can think of off the top of my head would allow abortion in the case of incest, rape or the health of the mother. In fact, McCain has made it clear that he supports abortion in cases of rape or incest. It’s a stance he’s always had. So attacking him on it is literally a lie.

This is what he told the NY Times on his incest/rape abortion stance in his previous run for president.

McCain was asked whether he would reinstate the Reagan era rule that prevents international family planning clinics that receive federal funds from discussing abortion. “I don’t believe they should advocate abortion with my tax dollars,” McCain said, adding that he opposed abortion except in cases of rape and incest. He was then asked how he would determine whether someone had in fact been raped. McCain responded, “I think that I would give the benefit of the doubt to the person who alleges that.”

New York Times, p. A17 Jan 25, 2000

McCain also has a long history of supporting changing the culture of abortion in the US rather than just pulling Roe v. Wade. Although he has repeatedly stated that Roe v. Wade was a mistake. He’s right there. Factually, Roe v. Wade was a mistake because it was an illegal ruling by the Supreme Court who was stepping WAY out of their legal power.

So, literally the ad has nothing on McCain at all.

Palin has a more strict pro-life stance than McCain, and the ad will likely be catering to the anti-Palin crowd. Palin opposes abortion in all cases except the health of the mother. However, the attempts to paint her as cruel are unfounded. The ad we are discussing also blows it here as well.

The ad says that the girl was “forced to keep her child” because Roe v. Wade was overturned. That’s also a blatant lie. No one would be forced to keep the child. There is always adoption.  So even if the most strict restrictions are placed upon abortion, no matter how unlikely, there will always be adoption to a loving home.  Palin doesn’t believe the child should be punished for the actions of the parents.

No doubt the ad will certainly anger a large segment of the population that is so far beyond ignorant that we don’t have a word for them yet, but it doesn’t change the fact that the ad is full of conjecture based on lies. I hope the Dems are not stupid enough to run the ad in Nebraska. It’s actually legal to abandon your kids there, and a guy just got rid of nine of them.

Bonus:

Gateway Pundit: Today’s NY Times Palin Smear Piece… Based On COMPLETE LIE

UPDATE:

GatewayPundit has a post up about how the Obama campaign went out and looked for rape victims after Palin was announced as VP candidate.

Gateway Pundit: Obama Campaign Looked For Rape Victims For Ads After Palin Was Nominated

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19 Responses to “Anti-McCain Ad To Focus On Incest”

  1. […] Barack Obama: Looking for Rape Victims to Exploit for Ad Posted on September 29, 2008 by sooshisoo Update: Needs of the Many has an image posted of the job opportunity for project name  “Anti Palin/McCain Political Ad”. […]

  2. sooshisoo said

    I linked back to your image. I had already come across Politico’s article, and found your post on Gateway.

  3. Host said

    No problem at all. I’ve just been having a couple of sites flat out steal my content as their own. As long as there is a link back here, everything is fine. Thanks for stopping by.

  4. sooshisoo said

    I’ve had the same thing happen, which is why I’m good about linking.

    Thanks for posting that image. I only hope if the ad goes through that the McCain campaign doesn’t “retaliate” with something equally low.

  5. Host said

    I’ll drink to that.

  6. […] Needs of the Many posted the ad that was sent out to actresses in the Las Vegas area: […]

  7. Is this from a renegade liberal organization or are you saying this casting call DID come from the Obama camp? There isn’t any proof of it on the e-mail itself.

  8. ben said

    This is not true. They were looking for a REAL person who was raped, NOT an actress. And how about criticizing McCain for using a US soldier injured in Iraq to?

  9. Kate said

    Of course, this is *far* far worse than the McLame ad implying that Obama wanted kindergartners to be taught about sex. /snark/

    You morons need to stop lying.

  10. bob said

    Um, no matter which future president appoints a Supreme Court justice, approval by the Senate is a simple majority. Even overcoming a filibuster currently requires only 60 Senators.

    Don’t know where you got the 2/3 figure, but I’m certain that’s factually incorrect. Alito and Thomas were approved by less than 2/3 of the Senate.

  11. […] but I held off posting about it. I wanted to wait for confirmation that this is true, and it is! Needs of the Many blog originally posted this picture of the casting sheet […]

  12. RtisRight said

    @ben 3:43- What is the difference between an actress and a real rape victim if the intended reason is to try to create a smear ad? @kate 4:56 The chosen one is on record with his vote for exactly that.

  13. Host said

    First of all, the ad is true and the talent agency is clearly listed on the email. There is no lying.

    The soldier in McCain’s ad is completely irrelevant to this discussion. If you can’t see that … there is no hope for you.

    As for the McCain ad on Obama teaching sex ed to kindergartners … have you read the legislation? I didn’t think so. Here’s the linkso you can get caught up. Pay special attention to the provisions that were taken out, and added.

  14. Host said

    An earlier commenter asked if this came from the Obama camp itself, or a third party. I’m not sure … that’s why I didn’t say it came from Obama’s camp.

    It is what it is … an anti-Palin/McCain ad based on falsehoods.

  15. Johnny B said

    Gosh… It’s NON-union too! So the Dems are pro-union…. Unless THEY have to use it.

  16. Host said

    Non-union and without a livable wage.

  17. Barb said

    Hi,
    It does not matter what Senator McCain believes at present. Those who encircle him will impact future decision making. How about getting real for a change? I have worked with people for years like these, and you should never think that they will not in some way have the power to say, do, and get what they want. What about people who want to censor cute children’s books in a public school library? As a librarian, I know they have the power to push their decisions about books when they are mad about other issues like how the school is being run. Why are they such cowards? Why do they not confront the main people they are unhappy with not start out with the kid’s books, for it is apparent they have not read them? Why would we want someone who never was able to censor books, but demand they be removed, to be in charge of us and our country in any way? Are you aware of how much work a librarian must spend on those censorship issues which come mainly from bored confused women?Are you aware of how much time it will take away from instructing and directing the children in their education? This is terrible. Busy bodies need to get a job, and censor their own kids books and censor and supervise the company their own children keep. We would all be better off. And what about parents who spend a lot of time and money properly supervising their children. Is that out of date and to old-fashion? Well, I guess not; because most of us do not have the money to allow things to happen when we are not around to see what is going on with our own family.
    So we try to supervise our children, and teach our children to read worthy books and watch decent movies.
    Again, let’s get real.

  18. Host said

    Uh, Barb … the Palin book story is just that, a story. It’s already been disproved as a complete lie. And exactly what does that have to do with an anti-McCain ad focusing on incest?

    I mean, come on … let’s get real. You shouldn’t get your news from email lists. Snopes.com exist for the sole purpose of authenticating those emails, and it turns out that about 98% of them are false … again, let’s get real. The banned book list that you were so foolishly duped into believing is an old list that’s been circulated on the internet for years now, but with some modifications. It was written by Andrew Aucoin on the blog of a librarian named Jessamyn West. West herself has left the comment from Andrew up on her blog, but issued the following statement:

    “there appears to be no truth to the claim made by the commenter, and no further documentation or support for this has turned up.”

    June Pinell-Stephens, chairwoman of the Alaska Library Association’s Intellectual Freedom Committee checked Alaska’s records to see if any books had been banned, or if there was any attempt to ban any books. There were no records of any such event. In other words … the banned book incident NEVER HAPPENED! It’s been widely reported on as being a false story now on every major news network for since the day after it broke. Where have you been?

    Lets get real, again. You’re a librarian, and as a librarian you should be far more intelligent than this. I thought librarians were supposed to be well read, well informed, and scholarly. I guess you’ve proven me wrong. I guess I got real.

    If you are so concerned about the censorship of books, why are not concerned with the repeated attempts of the Obama campaign to censor TV and radio? Maybe it’s time for you to get real. Either you oppose censorship, or you don’t. There is no picking and choosing. Do you really expect me to accept that you think it’s ok for TV and radio to be censored, but not books?

  19. Jim Durbin said

    They found their actress:

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