Liberals fall for fake ‘Women for Obama’ campaign poster!/ExJon/status/199621788244774912

Earlier this week we posted @ExJon’s deliciously creepy spoof of a “Women for Obama” campaign poster.

Apparently we were spot-on when we called the Julia-inspired image “eerily accurate,” because a couple of liberals responded as if it was a genuine campaign poster.

One Twitter user with an Obama 2012 avatar retweeted a link to the poster:

RT @jwfrisch: RT @ExJon: "Women for Obama" campaign poster. #WarOnWomen #Julia

— Ronald Lewis (@rtlewis777) May 7, 2012

Sure, retweets don’t necessarily equal endorsements, but this frequent retweeter of Obama for America LA didn’t follow up with any acknowledgement that he knew the image was a spoof. Instead, his next tweet was a link to a Nation article about the War on Women.

RT @MiMiopoly: 5 Overlooked Battles in the #WarOnWomen

— Ronald Lewis (@rtlewis777) May 7, 2012

And then one about Arizona’s “massacre” of women’s rights.

RT @rmuse: Arizona Takes The Lead In the Slow and Painful Massacre of Women’s Rights #fem2 #topprog #waronwomen

— Ronald Lewis (@rtlewis777) May 7, 2012

But our favorite endorsement of women’s obedience to Obama was this one from a woman who calls herself “a middle aged woman who loves politics. Liberal!”:

@ExJon These women are in LOVE. LOVE #Obama2012

— Meg #UniteBlue (@Chuckmeg) May 8, 2012


We almost hate to ruin the fun by pointing out (again) that this poster is a brilliant mockery of Obama’s stable of adoring Julias, but these tweets were too good not to share. Let us know if you come across any others.

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