Women are “hos” in Republican PAC’s radio ads targeting African American voters

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The excerpt below appears in an anti-abortion radio ad produced by a self-described black conservative who claims that “George Bush was re-elected president in 2004 because of an effective advertising campaign that brought our message to African American voters.” The ads are reportedly playing in twenty-four congressional districts.

Michael: If you make a little mistake with one of your ‘hos,’ you’ll want to dispose of that problem tout suite, no questions asked.
Dennis: That’s too cold. I don’t snuff my own seed . . .
Michael: Really? (pause) Maybe you do have a reason to vote Republican.

To listen to the full ad and see its full text, go here, click “Listen to the ads,” then click #17, “Don’t Go There.”

Apparently some radio stations asked for removal of a reference to “crackers” in another of the group’s ads — one that links the Dems to David Duke — before they’d air it, but the reference to women as “hos” did not generate such a response.

– Stephanie Farrior

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0 Responses to Women are “hos” in Republican PAC’s radio ads targeting African American voters

  1. gr says:

    Not just that, but the ad tells us that democrats:
    Don’t value their country
    Aren’t in the army — and don’t join it.
    Cheat on their spouses
    And Don’t work