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Sacremento station features hookers for Obama(care)
« on: November 24, 2013, 04:50:57 AM »
Sacramento Station Features 'Hookers For Obama'

By Noel Sheppard | November 22, 2013 | 16:14

Earlier this month, NewsBusters reported on the "Healthy Ho's Party" in San Francisco where prostitutes signed up for ObamaCare.

On Thursday, Sacramento's ABC affiliate KXTV did a piece featuring "Hookers for Obama" that included a number of prostitutes at a Carson City, Nevada, brothel touting the benefits of the Affordable Care Act (video follows with transcribed highlights and commentary):


The segment was filmed at the Moonlite Bunny Ranch.

Prostitute Caressa Kisses told KXTV that insurance companies "equate us to illegal working girls that have very high rates of STDs and AIDS. And so, since they group us into the illegal working girls, they just deny us. I mean, I have the best car insurance in the world, but that's the only thing that's covered."

Another prostitute named Bella Dawn said, "So it is truly a miracle because it is harder for us to get health insurance because not everyone understands our profession and agrees with what we do."

Bunny Ranch owner Dennis Hof chimed in saying, "The working girls, it's wonderful because finally they're going to be able to get insurance as the independent contractors they are, and some with pre-existing conditions."

"Everything changes in January," added prostitute Taylor Lee said. "I'm very excited that this opportunity is around for everyone."

The money shot came from Hof who said, "Well, I think it's 'Hookers for Obama' because they appreciate what he's done and Obamacare works for them."

"Hookers for Obama." A conservative media analyst's dream set up line.

However, I think it's best that I just leave that ball on the tee, don't you?

(HT Mediaite)

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