Steven Crowder parodies Lena Dunham’s “Your First Time” Obama ad

Crowder outdoes himself tonight with this new parody. Consider this an open thread:

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  • Chevypowered

    This is my second favorite next to Zo, another epic dude!

    If you have never seen his stuff youtube it!

    • keyesforpres

      Zo gets posted here on a regular basis.

      • Orangeone

        Love Zo!

      • Chevypowered

        Sorry I meant to say to search YouTube for Steven Crowder.

    • PicklePlants

      I have seen Zo in some of Crowders parodys

      • Chevypowered

        Yep you are correct.

  • What do you say about that? I will say, though, that the Romney campaign emblem looks a lot like Obama’s. (color and design type)

    • In the sense that it’s the letter of their last name and blue/red simply.

      • It just seems like maybe they had the same designer. Not a big deal.

    • Orangeone

      What? Romney’s logo is three heads, red/white/blue (We The People) Barky Boy’s is all about him.

      • I wasn’t referring to symbolism, just esthetics. Now that I think about it, everybody uses those colors.

        • Orangeone

          Got it.  I actually really like Romneys and was hoping he would be picking Ryan because of the R in the logo.  It dawned on me the other night that the 3 r’s that look like heads are We The People because he always talks about gov’t working for the people

  • LOVE IT!

  • PapaLouie

    Yes, go with the guy who treats you like a whore and promises to give you stuff. That’s the recipe for a serious and committed relationship.

    • Orangeone

      Until the mooslims get a hold of them and demonstrate how they feel about this
      s!uttish behavior.

  • FreeManWalking

    I’m like so LOL…

  • VictoriaPoling

    I could not have said it better! I love it! I want FREE stuff…..

  • Landscaper

    I get a lot of FREE CRAP too. Everytime I get on my wife’s bad side, I get plenty of crap and she dosen’t charge me a dime.

    Great video, will TMZ or MTV play it ?

    • Orangeone

      Only is Steven Crowder is gay is there a chance.

  • Check out this Lawrence O’Donnel piece. He makes a good case for third parties. Does anyone else see what he is actually doing?

    • Landscaper

      These four canidates (?) don’t have a snow balls chance in h*ll of winning this election.

      • That is the most obvious thing about it, but what was he really trying to do here? My assessment is that he is actually lying, and is only presenting this to get more people voting third party, which we all know will only hurt Romney. He says (paraphrased) “your vote for a third party won’t hurt either candidate, so, especially Californians, you should vote third party”.

  • perchance to dream oh lena.
    but no knight will drink at your stream.

    they know better

    • iHeartLife

      OMG! If only everyone could make something gross sound so lyrical…haha, nicely done.

  • Conservative_Hippie

    Bahahahahaha! Brilliant!

  • Marky_D

    LOL – brilliant!

  • JeffWRidge

    He really captured her essence. Sure he had the tattoo, the white top and the necklace, all the props, but anyone could do that. He went beyond that and really had her mannerisms down. Bravo!

  • The ultimate irony.

    So, the UN is sending in their thugs to monitor “conservative groups”, to prevent them from intimidating voters. Then the Texas state attorney general tells them that they have robust election laws that are in place to protect the integrity of the voting process.

    All the while, as it is still yet little known, Austin Texas is the home of one of the big electronic voting machine companies, and Texas is as vulnerable to electronic election fraud as any other state.

    So you have the NWO posing as election monitors and siting possible problems with “conservative” voter intimidation, and Texas responding by publicly attempting to legitimize their elections.

    I’m getting a head ache.

    • Who in the hell told the U.N they have the authority to monitor ANYTHING in our country, let alone the elections? They need to be shut down. Hard!

      • It’s probably in a treaty that our senate and president signed.

        I’d love to read a headline like this: “UN official arrested by Texas state trooper”. “Now sitting in a Texas jail”.

    • Nukeman60

      Someone should ask the UN if they monitored Venezuela’s election. There certainly wasn’t any voter fraud down there, was there? I’ll bet they didn’t come within 5,000 miles of it.

      • It is interesting that you should bring that up. The guy in this interview has some interesting things to say about it.

        He explains how their elections are actually not bad, and offers the explanation as to why people vote for Chavez.

      • freenca

        Or Iran’s

    • NeedMyCoffee

      I’m way late to this thread but wanted to respond anyway. I read on Michelle Malkin’s site this morning that the State Dept has now come out and told the Texas AG to back off because the UN monitors all have ‘full immunity’ from being arrested in the United States.

      This is just unreal. United States polling places will have foreigners overseeing the actual state election monitors and they will be looking out for ‘conservative’ fraud only (because of course liberals never conduct voting fraud) and to top it off now we’re told that these UN monitors can pretty much do anything they want because they have full immunity.

      If a movie were written about the communist takeover of the world’s largest free nation, things like this would be written out as being too unbelievable. But it’s happening right now right under our noses with the full blessing of our current administration.

      • This is probably just a show that the Texas AG is putting up for the people who might find out about it later, and get ticked off. In other words, it is just political. We would love to think that one of our state governments were fighting back, but as usual, nothing real will happen.

        These are the kinds of opportunities that present themselves, and give “we the people” an opportunity to make our own little political statement. Conservatives should be amassing at the polling sites, and putting some fear in these UN piles of crap. Let them know that “yes”, we will use intimidation in our elections, but it will be solely targeted at foreign entities that seek to infiltrate “our” process.

        Do the people of Texas think that their politicians and lawyers are going to save them? What a joke. These are the worst sort of people in the world who seek office for power and money, and you expect them to risk their necks for your rights? Not going to happen Texas. Get out there and kick these UN thugs off of your voting ground.

        Show your AG and governor that “you” are going to call their bluff. Make it such a big deal that the press has to cover it. Find a sheriff that will take a stand.

        Fight or die, because that is what this is all leading to anyway.

  • lol i love steven XD

  • PhillyCon

    Hey guys … found this interesting bit on political signs:

    As happened in the previous three elections, when I put a Republican presidential candidate sign on my property, it’s vandalized.

    I’ve learned that a way to reduce that vandalism is to line the edges of the sign with Vaseline, making its destruction a gooey, messy proposition. Sometimes vandals stop in mid-destruction, and I come home in the evening to a sign someone started to destroy but then stopped because their hands became a mess.
    Since I clearly am making someone very upset, I of course decided that I need far more than one sign so I can get my point across even more clearly. I have asked for more signs, made more signs, and gotten more from neighbors. I am filling my yard. And lining them all with Vaseline.

    • keyesforpres

      Put some dog poop around it too!

      • Landscaper

        land mines : )

        • Chevypowered

          Lind mines win but the judges will accept “poop” as secondary means of defense!

      • Joe

        Now that’s funny right there

        After all it’s Halloween!

        • iHeartLife

          LOL! Dog poop on your hands is horrifying. Good one.

      • That was my first thought when I started reading the post.

      • iHeartLife

        LMAO! That’s crazy! HAHAHAHA!!!

    • proudhispanicconservative

      Great Idea, excellent

    • armyvet10

      Normally I seek out peaceful methods to deter idiots from destroying private property. While living on the family farm we had a multitude of firearms to keep us safe. But since most political signs will be in the cities and rural areas other alternatives could be employed. Like the idea, if it wasn’t for innocent kids and pets, I would say sharpen the edges as well (sharpened metal signs cuts through leather gloves effectively).

  • Obama started out asking women (such as Julia) to rely on him for everything in their life because they are not independent or self-sufficient. Now he’s asking Julia to let him them like pieces of meat. Only problem is Barack is $16 trillion in debt, so I don’t think he can take care of these women.

    • Orangeone

      Barky Boy is ZERO in debt. Only taxpayers are responsible to repay it.

      • Now that he is a dictator, he kinda owns it.

    • It’s really kinda pervy. Did he have a “funny uncle”?

      • iHeartLife

        Not uncle. Dad. Frank Marshall Davis was his role-model, and a womanizer.

        • Frank was a lot of things, but you left out the pedophile part!
          I am not sold on the dad thing. Preezy’s brother George looks and moves just like him. From the side, Preezy’s ears resemble those of the Obama tribe.

          • iHeartLife

            Whoops! Yes, he was a pedophile (I hope he’s enjoying his place in hell). It’s the shape of Obama’s head that saves him from being a dead-giveaway look-alike of Frank. The author of “Dreams from My Real Father” has a very interesting argument about O’s true paternity. And you couple that with the drama surrounding his birth certificate, it’s hard to deny the doubts raised.

            • I don’t but the Malcom X deal either. He is the twin of his own half bro. I do understand the mystique. I am one of those who just doesn’t care. This guy is a dope smoking cokehead who grew up in the Statist circle that knew they could get him elected because he is a non-Jesse Jackson type black guy. So they did. Other than that, there is nothing special or sinister about him. A two-bit hood in the right place at the right time.

  • Crowder does this so well it’s kind’a scary.

    • A guy playing a gal…

      The eyes… ooooh… the eyes.

      Saturday Night Live… Steve Crowder is ready for his close up.


  • kong1967

    Dang it. I’ve been on the wrong track my whole life. I’ve missed out on all the free crap! I feel so cheated. Why didn’t you people tell me? I hate you. I hate you all!!

    Lol, this was a great parody. Free stuff is great until you drain the pockets of the providers, then we’re all screwed. The left will learn what poverty really is when the cream that rose to the top decides to stop trying and they move elsewhere or just quit.

    • badbadlibs

      I just want to know where exactly is all this “free crap”? I have to pay for everything I get….where do I protest? 😉

      • kong1967

        If you’re part of a union you can protest in anyone’s front yard. If not, you’ll get arrested for trespassing.

  • Joe


    This would make a GREAT — ANTI-ZERO ad

  • RestlessLegs

    Good grief. He sounds like most of the college “women” I teach. Thanks for the great parody!

    • iHeartLife

      You teach in college? Awesome!

  • Botzilla

    lol…ok that was funnier than the last video he posted…and sadly the video was also true.

  • M_J_S

    Oh! I though this was the ad…..he/she is a dead ringer for she/he.

    • poljunkie

      Too funny

    • keyesforpres

      He’s actually prettier!

  • Nukeman60

    I was watching FOX tonight, with all the stories on the Benghazi fiasco, so I thought I would switch over to MSNBC just to see if they were carrying any of it (yeah, yeah, lash me later). Well, they were not, of course, but they did have a story about this ad that wants young girls to vote like it’s first time sex.

    I think it was the idiot Larry O’Donnell, but he said the only people upset with this ad were people that couldn’t take a joke. I’m not sure just exactly what the joke was in that video, but all I know is that my remote melted in my hands and I had to manually switch the station from the TV itself. Hmmm…

    I’ll never go back there again, I promise.

    • poljunkie

      I always say I wont go back too.
      But like a magnet and steel I find myself going back to see what the Nincompoops are discussing. Much to my chagrin sadly -they never change.

      • proudhispanicconservative

        I have no idea how you guys can do it, I guess you guys are stronger then me, I just can’t do it. It sickens me.

        • Nukeman60

          To ease the pain, I buy stock in Tums and Excedrin, extra strength. I still feel sick to my stomach, but my wallet thanks me.

          • poljunkie

            Nukeman, This is what I am talking about: Today Real Clear Politics electorial map having Arizona “leaning” Romney. So Annoying!
            Todays numbers Obama 201 Romney 191 ——Toss up 146
            Last week it was Romney 206 Obama 201

            • Nukeman60

              Yeah, I looked at that. First of all, their numbers just changed because they say NC has gone from leaning Romney back to tossup. That’s bunk. It’s going the other way.

              Secondly, the latest poll I can find for Arizona is Oct 13. That’s back in the VP debate time frame, not even viable since two weeks has given us a lot.

              And thirdly, even McCain took Arizona by 8.5 points in 2008 (yeah, I know he’s from there, but still…). So with Romney up by 48.3 – 43% and 8.7% still up for grabs, I would be surprised if Arizona was any less than 54 – 46% for Romney (2/3 of late-stage undecideds usually go to challengers).

              • poljunkie

                AUGH. I just had a long reponse to you and my computer froze!

                Anyway- in a nutshell I dont know what happened NC was in the Romney camp and then it went back to toss up? After we heard Obama was pulling up his trailer and moving on from NC? What gives?

                And as you and I discussed in re to Arizona- I worry about it. We have been solidly Red for years/decades and now we are leaning red?WTF? I think it has to do with the snow birds, and large population of hispanics maybe? I dont know, The hispanics I talk to, are conservative, and religious- but a large number arent. There is a large segment of Arizona that is liberal now- we have 3 college towns- Flagstaff (Northern Arizona U) Tuscon (U of A) and Tempe has ASU which has nearly 75,000 students. Thats a lot of kids being brainwashed. ha The Tuscon area and south is Gabby Gifford area.

                Yes Mc Cain won Arizona in the Presidental election, but lost. AND then won his senatorial in 2010. He doesnt do us any favors by being Senator now. We all voted for Mc Cain this last time because the guy running against him was a un reliable kook. AND we are all waiting for him to retire, and hoping for someone with more backbone to take his place. It would be great if Sarah Palin would take up residence here and run for his seat. With Kyl retiring we are in a weak place. Jeff Flake vs Richard Carmona is the race right now. The ads are hideous. painting Flake in a very bad light.

                Im very hopeful, as you are- and praying and keeping everything crossed. We cant wait to vote. 🙂

        • poljunkie

          PHC-I like to go over there once in a while- It keeps me angry….motivated.

          • proudhispanicconservative

            I dont know but you seem to have a stronger gut then me…….I just want to read positive things from here to november 06

      • Sometimes it is simply comedy.

      • tish59

        Yes, it reminds me of coming up on an accident that, you can tell from all the peripheral debris, is really really bad. So you say you’ll cover your eyes, but as you pass the horror, your eyes say, “just a little peek!” Like magnets! You’re absolutely unable to resist looking!

        Okay, perhaps it’s an addiction – may obutthead can pass me something for that. FREE, of course!

    • colliemum

      Larry O’Donnell showed another typical leftie/socialist attitude:
      first, be as offensive and in bad taste as you possibly can, smearing your opponent – and then tell those who object that they have no sense of humour, it was only a joke.

      This is a sure sign of recognising them.

    • I do the same thing all the time. I think deep down we’re all hoping they are showing the country all the information that is out there. But, in the end, they never are. They are showing something cute, warm, fuzzy story about Obama.

    • The joke in the ad was Obama.

  • poljunkie

    Crowder is a goof ball!

    I posted on the other thread – my son read that the actress in the Obama ad voted in the Bush Kerry election for the “first” time. They couldn’t even get that.

  • Lol, very cute. Beats the heck out of icky-poo.

  • Sober_Thinking

    So stinking brilliant. Love it! 🙂

  • Cindy09

    Man, I had a good laugh!! I love the smirks!!! Go Crowder!! Go Crowder!!

  • Linky1

    Ohhhhh……how deliciously “Valley Girl!”

  • ROTFFLMFAO! This is an instant CLASSIC! 🙂

  • Crowder rocks.

  • Stephen Crowder, you magnificent bastard !

    I love it !

  • Clever. I needed to laugh. The best part is that now the election is about HIS crotch and I am freed from creepy uncle Preezy.

  • chatterbox365

    OMG…that was so funny! LOL! With all the BS happening, we all needed a good laugh. Thank you Steven!

    • keyesforpres

      Love the “One and Done”.

  • nibblesyble

    Had to watch it two times it was so funny! Loove it!

    O.K. three times…..

  • LOL

  • Here’s an article about the controversy, and it refers to a comment on the RS:

    You know, what’s funny about the original ad is… she doesn’t look like the type who wants to be with a guy her first time, or ever.
    She looks like she wants to be the guy !

  • iHeartLife

    LOL! LOL! LOL! So, so clever! Hilarious!

  • Guest

    OH! It’s the guy who did the Changes (David Bowie) parody! LOL!

  • colliemum

    Great stuff by Crowder, utterly hilarious!

    That’s the best and only way to beat them: make them look totally ridiculous.
    Pass this video on – we all need a good laugh!

  • wodiej

    lol….hilarious! Every time the liberals do or say something irrational like obama and the dunce cap, the conservatives come right back w something clever. I love it. Watch the Cavuto clip about obama calling Romney a bs’er.

  • Par4Course

    Funny – very funny.

  • Arrrggghhh

    All this reminds me of my “first time.” It was with Ronald Reagan in 1984. He made me see a “Shining city upon a hill.” Nobody did it better.

  • This guy creeps me out. I don’t know which creeps me out more, this guy or the original commercial with that young girl that I take about as seriously as paint drying.

  • Army_Pilot1967

    Funny stuff, but unfortunately I believe that’s what a lot of our citizens (and non-citizens) are voting for………MORE FREE STUFF (at our expense)!!!!

  • MrSmithInDC


  • Let POTUS pop your cherry . . . .
    Best Ronmney slogan ever, right girls?

  • sjmom

    Steven did a much better job than Lena, at least he made me laugh instead of cringe.

  • pos4thst

    Crowder is amazing!

  • Roselet

    Superb parody! Thanks – it was so gratifying to watch.

  • stevenbiot


  • pos4thst

    Changed my avatar to Mooch. Did it come out?

    • NCHokie02

      ha ha, yes

  • tvlgds

    That is hysterical. The sad thing is that it’s true.

  • James1754

    Someone should put this one on TV, and make sure it runs right after the Obama ad.

  • “And just think- all this stuff is going to be paid for by children you haven’t even had yet!”

  • Epic fail, but Steven does seem to enjoy dressing in drag.

    • KenInMontana

      Bye troll.

  • poljunkie

    Well, I am bummed big time. I just noticed the Real Clear Politics electoral map changed and not in our favor. Last time I looked it was 206-201 Romney.
    Why the change, anyone know?
    Today it is 201-191 O (toss ups 146)

    • I think more states are entering “toss-up” territory. Races always tighten at the end, making the last week or so of polling somewhat meaningless. It’s the trend that matters, and Romney has been trending upward in several big “swing” states. Especially among independents.

      Everyone keeps focusing on Ohio. I think most people misunderstand Ohio polling, because it’s more of a national indicator, and usually the indicator comes after-the-fact (ie, when the results are tallied). You don’t win Ohio by focusing on Ohio. It’s more like, if you win nationally, then it will be reflected in the Ohio results.

      • And the economic news is worsening for Obama, not improving.

      • poljunkie

        Thanks K-B. I dont know why I even looked at RCP this morning. I guess I was looking for something fantastic to be posted and I was disappointed big time.

        On a sidenote, we stayed up late last night watching this on netflix,
        Its called Survivors: ( Also available on Amazon prime)

        The original series is available on Netflix (discs only).. created by Terry Nation- It’s a 38 episode series which aired on BBC1 in my favorite era (the 70’s) The series concerns the aftermath of a plague which wiped out over 99% of the world- and the experiences of a handful of people as they grappled with the post-plague community -and the trials of day-to-day survival.
        They say there’s strength in numbers, but where are the other survivors?

        The remake, Set in the present day is available on STREAMING, focuses on a group of ordinary people who survive the devastating pandemic – referred to as “European flu” – which kills most of the world’s population.
        The series sees the characters struggling against terrible dangers in a world with no society, no police, law. No infrastructure, communication food, etc.

        We previously watched the original— and last night we put a huge dent into the remake.

        • Sounds interesting! I’ll look into ordering it.

    • Somehow Texas went from solid Romney to ‘likely Romney.’ WTH? Anything to make Obama seem closer. I still don’t believe my home state of Ohio after all of this time is favoring Obama. I think they are trying to depress Republicans from voting still.

      • poljunkie

        And Arizona is pink. Leaning GOP Romney. WHAT?
        The logic you mentioned could work or could have the other effect. More voters turn out. I dont get it either way, and it makes me crazy.

    • thk

      Look at unskewed polls. They are showing Romney in a landslide.

  • Dodoforever Canspell

    His mom’s a Canadian. Don’t you guys forget how we Canadians are rooting for Romney and hoping your country will recover from Obama mania.

    • brianmouland

      You got that part right,EH!

  • Heads Up! Layoffs are coming. I put this in the other thread with the Hitler Youth singing, but…

    Bllomberg report: 62,000 positions, so far, are being cut

    This doesn’t include the defense contractors who the Administration pressured to hold off announcing layoffs. It probably doesn’t include layoffs of 10,000 announced today by UBS.

    Thanks, Obama!

    • poljunkie

      Wow, thats crazy. But as far as Obama is concerned everything is groovy.

    • That article does a pretty good job of describing the effects of a global slowdown, but doesn’t go into the primary causes. It does a good job of painting a big picture that may cause others to dig a bit deeper to find out why this is really happening in the industrialized nations.

      The article links these problems with politics in such a way as to imply that political outcomes could change the trend. Naturally, this is partially based on the statements made by some of the corporations who are laying people off. As these statements are made, we might do well to realize that when a publicly traded company makes a statement, it will always be made in such a way as to consider the effects of the statement on their stock, which will at least be designed to give their investors hope, or a reason to hold on to their stock.

      Main stream financial journalism will always ignore the core structures of economies and their industries, because the core structures are collapsing beneath them, and everything above that structure is now just a matter of esthetics, which is, by its very nature, superficial, and therefor so is most financial journalism.

      The global currency crisis should be the overt basis for all economic and financial conversation.

      • Yes.

        While I usually do an eyeroll over the Ron Paul folks’ citing “evil banksters” all the time, the European crisis is definitely propelled in a large part by central bank problems, and outright central bank fraud. Britain’s economy slowed this quarter, as did Sweden’s, and Spain just got downgraded. Again. And the whole EU is looking at potential collapse because Germany can’t bail them out forever.

        The Dollar is fiat currency. The Euro is fake currency.

        • Exactly, so how do you build industry and economies on that foundation? There really is no other financial and economic issue at hand that trumps this one.

          • It’s a head skratcher, for sure. For some reason the most basic, important fundamental aspects of either the economy or human behavior are ALWAYS overlooked whenever reporters or politicians get together to discuss what to do.

            Ignore that 800 pound gorilla, let’s talk about what to do about this end table over here…

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  • WordsFailMe

    Remember that political ad of the 2010 showing the Chinese leader talking about how China’s superior economic strategy and power would crush the United States? It was frightening.

    Saw a story about Chinese wealthy families and other Chinese groups moving tons of money out of China and into off-shore banks where they can get better rates and where their money is out of the reach of the Chinese communist party. Is it possible that the Republican Party could win even in China? Is it too late to get Mitt Romney on the ticket? No ticket, no economic freedom….

  • freenca

    This one’s better than the BO issued one!

  • Hilarious!

  • StarGlock

    What is Zo doing these days?

  • Hefmier

    Funny. Goofy, but funny.

  • Susie_D

    You a dude who knows nothing about birth control pills. Get the facts straight or shut up. It’s not as funny as you make it out to be. In fact, why don’t you take a close look at men’s health care that is free and go attack it since you are so concerned about government spending!

    • Learnedsmtn2day


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  • underconstantatack

    Baaahhaaaaaa! Good one! I think its great to have a sense of humor with issues. Laughter is a better emotional showing than anger. 🙂 but thats just me 🙂 But I also am the type to make fun of myself if I do something that I would rather learn and make fun of myself than get all aggravated and angry~

  • SmallBizOwnerOC

    THIS ROCKS. Funniest political parody of the year because its TRUE!!!!!