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09/07/2006

Asking M&Ms to consider Candy and her Baby Ruth

by Jeremy Hooper

MmWith an inference that such voters are likely to elect conservative candidates and vote in favor or conservative issues, the Concerned Women For America's Janice Crouse is advising politicians to court the "married mothers" (who she calls M&Ms) in the upcoming elections. Crouse says:

The M&M audience could determine the winners in key races, by voting or not, with their assessment of political stances on the social conservative issues—gay marriage, abortion, stem-cell research, abstinence education, etc. Wise politicians won’t let the M&M support melt away

So to all those "M&Ms," we'd just like to remind them that some boys like Almond Joys and some girls like Mounds, even if they themselves think that only girls should love the one that's "got nuts" and boys the ones that "don't." Don't Snicker or Chuckle, M&Ms; some people are—Whatchamacallit?—oh yeah, gay. So before you vote in the upcoming elections to keep Mike & Ike legal strangers, we ask that you please consider Mr. Goodbar and his natural desire to Kiss and give a Bit O' Honey to his Sugar Daddy, John Joe George—Oh, Henry!

Thanks for listening, Kit Kats; you're Life Savers!

CWA: Politicians Can’t Let M&Ms Melt in ‘06 [CWA]

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