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In a time of universal deceit — telling the truth is a revolutionary act. Can you imagine going up to Obama and saying, "Hey Obama, got any pictures of your mom naked? Obama: I uhh umm don't think uhh ummm that it would uhh be ummm appropriate.. You wanna buy some? Just a little FYI- I know men are, shall we say, slower, but the shoes aren't vintage, they are Fredericks of Hollywood heels.
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More than a million voters in swing states are being sent an anti-Obama documentary that claims the President's mother once posed for pornographic photos wearing bondage gear. The shocking - and totally unfounded - claims made in the DVD represent a new low in the election dirty tricks war today provoking fury among Democrats and likely to trigger outrage in the White House. The film also alleges that Mr Obama's real father is left wing poet poet and Communist party activist Frank Marshall Davis, and that Ms Dunham's marriage was a 'sham' to cover this up. Scroll down for video. Accusations: An outrageous video is alleging that President Obama's mother, Ann Dunham, starred in pornographic photo shoots and that his real father is really Communist activist Frank Marshall Davis right.
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This story was originally published in May and has been updated to include more recent HBO shows. But not everything HBO executives sign off on has been solid gold. The bottom ten would be the dregs: The real misbegotten products of the whole HBO experiment. Everything in between falls into more of a loose continuum. Apologies to Real Sex fans.
Last week, two publications that consider themselves champions of women faced off — with an unexpected outcome. The next day, Jezebel posted the originals. The unedited photos garnered more than a million page views — but the exercise also fell somewhat flat. The gimmick may have flopped for another reason: feminists may finally be able to declare victory — or, at least, celebrate major milestones — in their longstanding fight against such magazines. Instead of advice on how to please men, the February cover of Cosmopolitan urges its readers not to skip a prenuptial agreement because they may outearn their husbands.