As Twitchy reported yesterday, the Trojan Man of the People is pushing a “Women for Obama” e-card from a poor, victimized Julia pleading with mommy to foot her $18,000 birth control bill.

She’s planning for the horror of a Romney presidency, natch. Evidently it will be just like the dark, dark days — prior to 2012 — when women had to shell out for their own diamond-studded diaphragms. (Ouch.)

Conservatives couldn’t resist giving it to Team Obama good. Real good.

An awesome new Tumblr imagines how mom would respond to the postcard from her precious child’s vagina.

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I’m sorry, are you buying a car to bring it all home in, too? It’s called CVS – check it out.

Hey, if mom isn’t willing to shell out for a platinum IUD, Larry is totally willing to help out.

I think this was sent to the wrong address, but I’d be happy to chip — if you get my drift 😉 –Larry

Er, bow chicka?

It really is like they want to be mocked mercilessly. Time for blogger Ace of Spades to get in on the hot conservative-on-e-card action.

Finally. Flukenomics explained for us simpletons! Ace truly is a national treasure.

  • Josephine (D)

    The sad thing is that many people will actually believe birth control costs $18000. >.< Hopefully, not too many people will in November.

    • Kent Vig

      I believe over 50% will.

    • BeeKaaay

      You don’t really think toilet seats cost $700 in the military? $18K for Birth control is understandable.

      That’s how money is funneled to cronies.

  • kmbog

    Are these Obama Pills?

    • BeeKaaay

      Those are the pills that lower IQ by 50% and disable the moral center of the brain.

  • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

    Mom, I need $18k for birth control: Okay, okay, you got me, actually, it’s $17.9k for the plastic surgery I need to get dates to use $100 worth of birth control.

  • JeffWRidge

    Birth control? Are they sure they don’t mean a sex change operation?

  • Jack Deth

    I always though Chastity Belts were relatively cheap!

  • BeeKaaay

    How did they get the number 18,000? Simple.

    $1,000 for the actual condoms and birth control paid for by states and local government so the feds would pay $0. The $18,000 of federal money would go to cronies.

  • JonInVa

    Most of “our” parents would have replied with “keep your damned legs crossed.”

    • Donna

      You said it more eloquently than what I had in mind lol

  • Grumpa Grumpus

    My first thought when I saw this was:

    Wow, chastity belts are back in fashion — and iridium-plated, too!

    Will they, like Madonna’s undergarments, be worn on the outside? And who get’s to hold the key: mother, father, or boyfriend?

    In today’s topsy-turvy world, perhaps the girlfriend…

  • Conservative First

    I wonder if she’ll be ordering her birth control with her ObamaPhone

  • Sam

    “Don’t do it, that’s your birth control!” is what my parents would say to me if I were ever to ask, unless I had some sort of medical condition, in which case it would be covered or low cost.

    My first car, a used but fantastic 2002 Saab, cost less than half of that when I got it in Spring 2011 at $7500. No way would birth control be that much, unless maybe you were using it before puberty and after menopause.

  • Civenti Tu Vergens

    Oh you know- $120 a year for the birth control, and $17,880 to cover the payroll, health and dental benefits, and pension for each of the seven levels of government employees that spend an average of 3 minutes each to push your case through the system.

  • nc

    The tumblr site (linked above) is too funny. Why in the world would those idiots set themselves up that way?

  • DrSamHerman

    Generic oral contraceptives are available at any pharmacy, grocery, discount or warehouse club chain for less than $10 per month. The only contraceptiion that costs $18,000 (for a time period as yet unspecified) are the brand name pills which most women do not need.
    Sorry, just speaking as a physician.
    Looking at the websites for WalMart, Costco, Walgreen’s and the local Safeway unit operating in our area of Texas, there are a good variety of generic oral contraceptives available for very low prices and requiring no insurance coverage.
    $18,000? Does that mean generic contraceptives, a breast augmentation procedure and rhinoplasty (nose job) too?

    • Kate

      Exactly- even most brand-name drugs don’t cost that much!

  • Derek Webb

    — What is got from this image was that ACA supporters think that A) Women can’t have jobs; and B) Women are too stupid to do math.

    It’s really very offensive.

  • Tom Bannigan

    What happened to planned parenthood giving them away for free or donations?