Eye stronger defense of transgender lifestyle
September 7, 2007
Change is in the air and the battle of Democrats and gender liberation politics is heating up. Both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton began airing television ads Wednesday called “Change.” Early in the presidential campaign Obama said change meant voting for a good black Democrat while Clinton stressed the need to vote for a fine white woman. This week’s ads show both candidates adding to their arsenals by embracing gender change as the key to winning the battle against terrorism and stuffy Republicans.
“It’s not enough to say that America is a melting pot for all types of people,” said Senator Clinton puffing a cigar and blowing smoke from under the Hijab she was wearing. “A president must show that they are all things to all people. Take this veil I’m wearing; it shows that I support Muslims and can solve problems related to them. The cigar shows I quietly support the tobacco lobby and favor cancer research. I’m going to have surgery and add man parts. I may have my pigment darkened to lovely translucent beige to show that I’m all colors to all people. I am America. And I am and I will be all things necessary to support American freedom, quality healthcare and military prowess. Vote for me damn it.”
Obama says Clinton is overwrought and mentally derailed. “Hilary is a nice old gal,” said Senator Obama cleaning the wax from his ear with a Bic pen. “But she’s past her prime and is easily confused. I support all colors, genders, religions, pro-terror groups, anti-terror groups, whatever it takes. And I back all kinds of change like sex and color and anything else that the folks may want. But I’m not going overboard like Hilary. I’m staying the same extremely intelligent cross-dressing black government official that I’ve always been. I just want a promotion and a new job title. Once I have that, all your dreams will come true.”
Obama’s ad, set to air in Iowa says he’s not running to get Washington power; he’s doing it for the folks. The ad states: “It was because Barack Obama wants government to work for people.” Clinton’s ad, set to air in New Hampshire says: “We will end this war. We will give health coverage to everyone. We will be energy independent.”
The Obama campaign considers the “change” rationale to be their turf and it’s clear that he is willing to make whatever move necessary to counter Clinton’s attempt for a foothold. Jumping on the sex change bandwagon right behind her has both using a slightly new approach to sexual politics. It remains to be seen whether they can generate the “traction” that they’re looking for, but the candidates’ actions have resulted in support from the Society for Extreme Xenophobes Engendering Truth (SEXET).
“Its high time politicians change sex and cultural backgrounds indiscriminately and support our flexible view of reality,” said Big Prince Deb Johnson, cultural attaché for SEXET. “We’ve lived in obscurity under clouds of animosity and misunderstanding for years. We represent the only group that Middle Eastern leaders like Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad understand clearly. Of course Ahmadinejad says he wants us dead, but he says that to everyone.”
When asked his opinion of the Ad campaigns President Bush chuckled and then flew Australia to attend a meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic organization.
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