Someone on President Obama's campaign team is catching heat for posting an e-card on Obama's Tumblr that read: "Vote like your lady parts depend on it." The e-card was quickly deleted when women's groups, and the national media, caught wind of it.

According to the Washington Examiner, the e-card post linked to "a health care document explaining how the Affordable Health Care Act helps women." The Obama campaign has used scare tactics, saying Mitt Romney will cut funds for abortions if he is elected president.

Obama's campaign backed away from the e-card posting. In a response to The National Review's Katrina Trinko, the campaign said "This piece did not go through our regular review. When it was discovered, it was taken down.”


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    Jackson tells a teenage boy that Mitt Romney will cut student loans. In another scene, the bratty adolescent explains to her teenage sisters that, under Romney, planned parenthood will be cut.

    All of the profanity-laced scenes involve children or teens, and Jackson concludes his rants with the phrase "WAKE THE F*CK UP!"

    I can just imagine how the left wing liberals in the media would howl and gnash their teeth if a Mitt Romney lackey created such an offensive ad to support Romney's campaign for president. I'm surprised that Obama doesn't appear at the end of this crock declaring "I approved this message."

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    Pop singer Madonna gave a speech urging her fans to vote for President Barack Obama during a concert Monday in the nation's capital. In her lengthy speech Madonna compared President Obama to former President Abraham Lincoln and civil rights leader Martin Luther King who fought for our freedom.

    "Y'all better vote for f***ing Obama!" said Madonna. "For better or for worse, we have a black Muslim in the White House -- and that's the shit!" she said to thunderous applause from the audience.

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    According to news outlets -- and the U.S. State department -- a former Guantanamo Bay detainee was one of those responsible for the attack on the U.S. embassy in Libya that resulted in the death of 4 Americans.

    President Obama believes now is a great time to release 55 more of the terrorists from Gitmo.

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    President Barack Obama is about to release or transfer 55 Gitmo prisoners, despite reports that the Libyan believed to be behind the killing of US Ambassador Christopher Stevens was a former Guantanamo inmate transferred to Libyan custody.

    The large percentage of those scheduled to be released are Yemeni, according to a list made public by the Obama administration.

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    Speaking at the $50,000-per-plate closed door fundraising dinner back in May, Romney is heard saying 47 percent of voters are non-tax payers who voted for President Obama because they think they are victims. Romney may have gotten the 40% figure from a Tax Policy Center report that found 46.4% of households in America do not pay taxes.

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    It seems tickets for an upcoming Obama fundraiser with Beyonce and Jay Z in NY aren't selling quickly enough. So singer Beyonce sent out a personal email to well-heeled President Obama supporters begging them to plunk down $40,000 for a ticket to attend the fundraiser.

    "I usually don’t email you," writes Beyonce in each personalized email to Obama supporters. "but I have an amazing invitation I have to share."

    "Jay and I will be meeting up with President Obama for an evening in NYC sometime soon. And we want you to be there!," she adds.

    It isn't like the email recipients don't know that Obama will be holding a fundraiser in NYC with Beyonce and Jay Z -- they just don't want to pay $40,000 for a ticket to attend.

    Read the email Beyonce sent to Charlie Sperling, a writer for the Washington Examiner after the break.

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    Scott Van Duzer, 46, of Port St. Lucie, Florida, made headlines when he power lifted President Obama off his feet during a campaign stop on Sunday. Van Duzer, who owns the Big Apple Pizza & Pasta Restaurant in Fort Pierce, Fla., says angry residents are threatening to boycott his pizza shop after he hugged the president during the campaign stop.

    “People are saying a lot of bad things and boycotting my restaurant,” Van Duzer told POLITICO.com. “There’s no middle line anymore, and that's exactly what’s wrong with our country right now.”

    By now you've all seen the photo of the Republican pizzeria owner bear hugging Mr. Obama. The first thing I thought when I saw the picture was where are the Secret Service? If the photo had not been staged Secret Service agents would've beat him worse than Chris Brown beat Rihanna.

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    Wednesday's TV ratings for TLC's blockbuster hit reality series, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo trumped Bill Clinton's speech at the Democratic National Convention. The numbers aren't in yet for President Obama's speech at the Democratic National Convention Thursday night -- which went head-to-head with the MTV Video Music Awards. So we don't know if MTV defeated the pesident in the ratings race.

    'Honey Boo Boo' pulled in 2.4 million viewers on Wednesday, and despite a 20% drop in ratings from the previous week, the precocious 6-year-old still tied with Clinton in the TV ratings.

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    President Barack Obama already has the black vote on lock, so he has successfully steered clear of tackling issues that would improve our lot, such as the staggering unemployment among blacks. Even though most blacks and Latinos oppose gay rights, Obama has campaigned heavily to Hispanics and gays -- while cementing his position that he is not a crusader for black people.

    Last night, the official 'black president' -- Bill Clinton gave a stirring, impactful speech for President Obama's re-election at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, NC. Although Clinton didn't explicitly say it, his message was clear: hang on in there folks; Obama has your back if he wins a second term.

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    The Democratic National Convention is in full swing in Charlotte, NC. Among the jubilant Obama devotees wearing 'Vote Black' buttons while chanting "four more years," are a smattering of Obama detractors who are still looking for that Hope & Change that Obama promised the nation four years ago.

    Some DNC attendees are cautiously optimistic that the Democrats will provide answers for the double digit unemployment in the black community and the triple digit deficit. They hope that Obama will say more to uplift black people than what he has already said to distance himself from blacks.

    "I’m not the president of black America. I’m the president of the United States of America," Obama said in a recent interview with an internationally known black journalist.

    "I think I'll vomit," said Cornel West, the religion and African-American studies scholar and activist, who was once an Obama supporter. "It’s nothing but a ploy."

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    Rapper Nicki Minaj has stirred up a hornet's nest with her apparent endorsement of GOP candidate Mitt Romney for president. "I’m a Republican voting for Mitt Romney/ You lazy bitches are f***ing up the economy," Nicki raps in a song on Lil Wayne's new mixtape, Dedication 4.

    Nicki isn't the first rapper to endorse a Republican candidate for president. The late rapper Eazy E was invited to attend the Republican National Convention in 1991. Rapper-turned-actor LL Cool J attended the Republican National Convention in 2004. And 50 Cent told GQ magazine in 2005 that George W. Bush was "a gangsta." He added: "I wanna meet George Bush, just shake his hand and tell him how much of me I see in him."

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    According to TMZ, Paul Ryan's college girlfriend -- who happens to be black -- wants nothing to do with him or the Romney/Ryan campaign for president.

    Even though they parted amicably, Deneeta Pope told TMZ she does not want to "become an issue in the election."

    Pope said, "I'm not interested in talking. I don't know why everyone is calling. I'm newly married and would just like to be left alone."

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    Over 20,000 people are expected to attend Muslim prayers before the start of the Democratic National Convention on Friday in Charlotte, NC.

    Jibril Hough, a spokesman for the Bureau of Indigenous Muslim Affairs (BIMA), said Friday's prayers are to hold the political parties accountable, and to "anesthetize" Americans who harbor anti-Islamic opinions.

    There is no word on if President Obama -- who was raised Muslim -- will speak at the prayer meeting which will "target the Patriot Act, the NYPD, the National Defense Authorization Act, and anti-Shariah sentiment," according to The Blaze.

    The Blaze points out that a request by a Catholic Cardinal to say a prayer at the 2012 Democratic National Convention was denied. But the DNC is partnering with the Bureau of Muslim Affairs for Friday's 2-hour Muslim prayer event.

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    A Texas judge believes civil disobedience and race wars will erupt if President Obama is re-elected to a second term in November.

    Lubbock County Judge Tom Head told a FOX News affiliate that the president's re-election would "lead to a revolt by the American people" and he is preparing for the civil unrest by pushing a tax increase in his county.

    Head, who has been a county judge since 1999, says the money is needed to beef up his own hand-picked army to push back the marauding United Nations troops.

    “I don’t want rookies,” Head told FOX 34 News. “I want trained, equip and seasoned veteran officers to back me.”

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    The president covers the current Newsweek magazine, and the cover story, written by Niall Ferguson, pulls no punches.

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