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    Controversy over political ad about Lena Dunham's "first time" voting for Obama

    No stranger to stoking charged internet debate, the writer/director/actress received the twitter hate after shereleased the ad in support of the president, called "My First Time." Speaking straight into the camera, the 26-year old Dunham addresses young women voters in a thinly-veiled monologue that equated voting to sex; "You want to do it with a great guy. It should be with a guy with beautiful somebody who really cares about and understands women," she says in the spot.
    Lena Dunham's Obama 'First Time' Ad: Star Responds to Critics' Outrage - Hollywood Reporter

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    Well, she is talking about getting screwed, and nobody has done that to more people than Obama!
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    Who is this dimwit and what the hell is Bravo and TLC?
    Do not war for peace. If you must war, war for justice. For without justice there is no peace. -me

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    Bravo used to be an artsy film channel that showed rare movies and TLC was an offshoot of Discovery that used to be called 'The Learning Channel' which featured 'The Operation' and other vaguely health and science things. Now Bravo is best known for 'Queer Eye for the Straight Guy' and TLC 'Say Yes to the Dress', a reality show about picking prom and wedding dresses. A&E, formerly known as Arts & Entertainment, used to do 'Biography', a show detailing the lives of significant historical (and theatre) figures. It now does 'Parking Wars', a show about people reacting to getting parking tickets.

    The boards of these channels just can't figure out why people keep canceling their cable subscriptions. Maybe they should take a dose of their own reality.



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