Just two more days. Two more days until we elect a President to lead us and to cover up slaughters in Benghazi for the next four years. Or something like that. In the meantime, there's a rush to get out as many more politically themed "Vote Like This" messages as is possible. Can it really possibly even matter at this point and time? (Or is it point in time? I don't think I really know. It could be either, really. They both seem like they could be correct. It's not like thinking that "For all intents and purposes" is "For all intensive purposes". Yeah, they sound the same, but the second one doesn't even make sense. What the hell is an intensive purpose anyway? You don't know because it isn't a thing. But I digress. Where was I? The election? Yeah, the election!) I don't know if it can, but I guess that Cher and Kathy Griffin do think that it can. At least, I'm assuming that they think that because they put out this little video/service announcement thing telling us that it will be the end of women as we know them if Mitt Romney is elected. They don't exactly say how that will happen, but they don't make it sound pleasant. Naturally, most of it centers around abortion. What else would it center around? Isn't that all women ever think about? How and when and how many abortions they're going to get? Isn't that what rules our day? All the abortion thought? Day and night! We worry about abortions! Good Lord. Regardless, for some reason, the way that they did their little message made it not as sanctimonious as most of the celebrity endorsements of whatever (usually/almost always Democrat) political leanings that they have. I actually kind of liked it. And that's really saying something because I hate this sort of crap. So, their video of fear mongering mixed in with humor is below. Enjoy!