The conservative PAC Americans for Shared Prosperity has given the left’s twisted “war on women” mantra a new perspective.
A new video poised to hit national airwaves over the next few days brings a sarcastic tone to the relationship between women voters and Democrats, beginning with Barack Obama.
Titled “Online Profile,” the spot features an incredibly disappointed woman who loved and trusted the image of “Barack” in his early years, but has been devastated by his broken promises.
The takeaway is found in this quote: “I know I’m stuck with Barack for two more years. I get that. But I’m not stuck with his friends.”
The ad will air during NBC’s “Meet the Press” and on Fox News, as well as digitally, according to Politico.
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