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    Dads Demand Action…And Get It!

    Recently the ‘grassroots’ political action group, Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America called out Chipotle restaurant and successfully intimidated them into changing their policy against guns In just a few days several thousand people signed an online petition and forced the burrito maker to take action and respectfully ask their patrons to not bring their guns into the restaurant. Proud of their victory, Moms Demand Action gained some competition. Inspired by the power of a catchy slogan and a Facebook page, a new group was formed. Building on what the Moms had accomplished, it was time for the Fathers of America to get their due. It was in that spirit that Dads Demand Action was born.

    In a statement released today, Dads Demand Action has garnered 4.2 million signatures in just 48 hours to their very first petition request. The name, Bill Clinton, was discovered 425,000 times in the only case of documented fraud. Using social media, Dads all across the country have joined in the fight. Dads everywhere are grateful to the KY Jelly Company for release of their product absolutely free to all men willing to sign the petition. “The response has been overwhelming.” said Company Spokesman, Peter Dragon. “We had no idea just how many Dads would demand action if given the right lubricant and encouragement.”

    The company has eliminated all background checks and age discrimination associated with their product. Instead a Federal database was created to track all Dads who demand action. The support has been seen across all demographics and not race centered. Apparently, dads of all skin color have embraced the need for action. Dads needed to know it was “okay” to demand action. And with our lubricating product, and a bottle of aspirin, Moms everywhere had no excuse other than to acquiesce to dads demand for action.

    Dads nationwide responded with resounding support. One Dad from Kentucky said, “I just needed to demand action. I had no idea just how much action I would get or really what to do with all of it. The response has been kinda overwhelming.”

    Dads Demand Action has shown what happens when you take reasonable measures to provide lubricated safety in a committed relationship. Dads Demand Action Founder, Dick Johnson said in a statement, “We are so proud of our Dads. Standing up and demanding action takes courage and resolve. Many American Dads didn’t even know they could demand action, let alone get any. In just two short days we have brought awareness to the safety concern that no one seemed to even notice. Time and time again, we’ve seen the consequences of dads with no action. Sort of like being put out to pasture, lethargy, depression, loneliness, followed by boredom and sadness. Our campaign, Dads Demand Action, has real potential to save America at its core.”

    White House Spokesman, Jay Carney commented yesterday that the economy took a shocking jump as sales skyrocketed in certain sectors. Sales in the ED sector jumped a thousand percent over night. The only down side to this campaign appears to be that cigarette sales have also gone through the roof. Emergency rooms have experienced an increase in back injuries, but report the injured Dads are generally in good spirits.

    To learn more about Dads Demand Action go to the web site and learn just how to demand it. Get what you deserve. Demand Action…tonight!

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    S.C. Sherman

    Senior Editor

    Steve Sherman is an author, popular radio commentator, and former Iowa House candidate. His articles have appeared nationally in both print and online for Townhall, Human Events, Clash Daily, Washington Times, Washington Examiner, Red Alert Politics, Forbes, and others. His most recent novel, a political thriller titled Mercy Shot, and all titles by Steve can be found on Amazon or at www.scsherman.com.

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