Women Should Be Outraged Over Republican Ozzy deFaria’s Campaign Ad

courtesy of www.shark-tank.net

Whether you are a Democrat or a Republican, every woman should be outraged when they see this campaign ad by candidate Ozzy deFaria.

deFaria, a Republican congressional candidate from Weston, photo-shopped a dog collar around Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s neck for one of his advertisements before stating on the video below that she “needed to be sent back to the pound.”

Running in the congressional race for the 20th district, ads such as these aren’t going to win him over with the women in his district.  He may think this shock-value remark about the pound will  give his campaign a boost,  but in reality it is a sheer lack of character on his part that could be used by the Democrat Party to paint all Republicans as “extremists” and “sexists” who are unfit to represent Americans in the U.S. Congress.

As the father of six children deFaria, should be ashamed to use these types of campaign tactics for votes.  Karen Harrington, currently the Republican frontrunner says, “There is no place for this in the Republican party, and there’s no place for this in politics. America deserves better.”

 

The 20th Congressional District includes:  Weston, Plantation, Davie, Sunrise, Dania Beach, Aventura, Wilton Manors, Tamarac, Hallandale Beach, Cooper City, Hollywood, Oakland Park, Southwest Ranches and Pembroke Pines.

Thank you to the Shark-Tank.Net  for contributing to this story

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  • Gary

    did you express the same outrage at the democratic attacks on Sarah Palin?

  • Gary,

    Are you referring to the Democrats making fun of the countless inaccuracies that Palin said while she was running as VP? Are you saying that putting a dog collar on a woman is the same thing as making fun of the ideas that the person expresses?

    These are not the same thing!

    If you can’t see the difference then you are part of the problem!

  • Proletariat

    Are you referring to the Democrats making fun of the countless inaccuracies that Palin said while she was running as VP?

    You mean like when she said, “I can see Russia from my house!”

    Are you saying that putting a dog collar on a woman is the same thing as making fun of the ideas that the person expresses?

    I think Gary was referring to the fact that he couldn’t find a post on this site entitled Women Should Be Outraged Over Bill Maher Calling Sarah Palin The C-Word.

    Forward!