Via The Federalist, the drooling moral cretins at NARAL Colorado have really outdone themselves, even when you take into consideration that it’s NARAL you’re dealing with.
[mc_name name=’Rep. Cory Gardner (R-CO)’ chamber=’house’ mcid=’G000562′ ], of course, is on record supporting making the birth control pill available over the counter, which somehow in the mind of NARAL equates to making it illegal. The rest of the ad is filled with literally every dumb trope in the liberal playbook including some stuff that has nothing to do with NARAL’s stated mission of expanding infanticide. It is the sort of ad that sounds like it was produced by a high school AV club, only one that gets no actual funding or recognition from the school.
Why do I bring this up? Because I expect that the people of Colorado have had it up to their eyeballs with this transparently dishonest BS about [mc_name name=’Rep. Cory Gardner (R-CO)’ chamber=’house’ mcid=’G000562′ ] and birth control. When the Denver Post has had it up to their eyeballs, you have to figure that regular Joes in Colorado who have been bombarded with this material (albeit more skillfully from the Udall campaign) have had it up to their eyeballs, and given that Udall is trying to rebrand himself away from being Mark Uterus, this ad campaign cannot help.