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Best political ad of the year?

Well, I might have enjoyed it -- but not so much Winteregg's employer:

J.D. Winteregg has been fired from his adjunct professor position at Cedarville University in Ohio. Winteregg set out to accomplish a goal that many deemed impossible. As he watched the country decline and witnessed a failure to lead by Republican leadership, he made the decision to run for Congress. His target? The seat currently occupied by Republican House Speaker John Boehner.

Winteregg’s campaign made waves when he released a web ad that went viral entitled “Electile Dysfunction.” The Daily Caller reports that upon informing him of his firing, Cedarville University cited this ad specifically as the reason.

That's modern American academia at its openminded best.

(H/T to my friend and colleague Scott Ott.)