The Adult Campaign vs. The ‘Adult’ Campaign

Growing up, Dr. J. would watch the conventions, debates and advertisements, and while he was raised a conservative, he was taught to learn about the issues, where the parties stand, and who the candidates are before pulling a lever. Papa J. also taught him (and this was Papa J.’s Achilles’s heel) that if the candidate was one heckuva an athlete, lefty tendencies could be forgiven. Dr. J. didn’t agree on this point. Hence Papa J.’s support of Bill Bradley as a NJ senator and Jack Kemp in ’88. Dr. J. passionately argued the case for Pete duPont back in ’88, only to have it fall on deaf ears. Dr. J. suspects Papa J. might have pulled the lever for Heath Schuler fords congress should he have been alive and living in North Carolina in 2006.

When Mitt Romney introduced Paul Ryan as his VP, Dr. J. watched his speech alongside the Lil Resident and Medstudent. The kids also enjoyed primetime coverage of the RNC. The Republicans have successfully put forward a family friendly product that could play an important part in a child’s home civic lesson curriculum as a responsible American.
That being said, the Democrats, by contrast, between their #waronwomen, abortionpallooza night at the DNC, Obama and Biden’s childish antics during the debates and the recent ads by Lena Dunham and Michael Moore have required Dr. J. to filter the Democrat’s campaign message out because, simply stated, it’s not age appropriate. Dr. J.’s children do not need to wrestle with gay marriage, and the HHS mandate. 
It is pretty sad that Obama has chosen these issues to double down on in hopes of winning. He’s lost the children, which is why Mandy’s kid’s class voted for Romney
But Obama hasn’t lost all of the children. He rented these poor souls from Kim Jong Un:

2012: The video was pulled from YouTube and is protected on Vimeo. Here is a link while it lasts.

About Dr. J.

Dr. J. was born the son of a New Atlantean sharecropper who cornered the market on notoriously delicious seaweed Himanthalia elongata (popularly known as Thongweed). With his newly minted seaweed fortune, Mr. J. the Elder sent his son to attend the Academy of Sorcery, Alchemy and Surgery where the good doctor apprenticed with the finest sorcerer surgeons in New Atlantis. Dr. J.'s areas of expertise grew to include bleeding, cutting for stone, trephination, medical divination with outstanding spatial and temporal resolution, cybernetic sorcery and medicinal alchemy. When King Orin of Atlantis fell ill with the Ick, Dr. J. stepped in with an elixir he devised from a combination of minerals, herbs and saps. Curing the king, Dr. J. gained significant notoriety which afforded him the luxury of time to devote himself to his side hobbies which include porpoise racing, the study of supply-side economics, cooking and raising his lovely merchildren alongside his lovely bride the archconservative Mrs. Dr. J.