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Jan 23 2013

Las Vegas Ad Mocks Non-Perverts

It’s becoming clear how a corrupt creep like Harry Reid keeps getting reelected in Nevada. The poison seeping out of Las Vegas is highly toxic:

The city of all night gambling binges, group weddings, and free booze has released a series of ads aimed at enticing gays and lesbians into its decadent clutches.

The Las Vegas tourism ads feature modelesque same-sex couples in fabulously fashionably outfits cavorting by pools and in swanky restaurants, while dowdy straight couples in polo shirts and sneakers happily observe the glamourous LGBT throngs.

The tagline: “Everyone’s welcome, even straight people.”

After all, the moonbat degenerates need someone to laugh at while they empty their pockets.

Would you take your vacation in Sodom or Gomorrah? Then avoid Vegas.

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Last on my list of vacation destinations.

On a tip from TXShep.

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  • F.D.R. in Hell

    That ad has peaked Lucifer’s interest.
    He’s now tossing around the idea of starting
    a resort down here called “Club Dead” :evil:

  • http://www.brycchancarey.com/abolition/wilberforce.htm Wilberforce

    Ugh…drain the pool.

  • Eleanor in Hell

    Is that a Baby Ruth floating in the pool? :roll:

  • Ghost of FA Hayek

    So this is why he ordered Vegas to be cleared out
    http://news.yahoo.com/las-vegas-fumes-over-obamas-anti-tourism-rant-224037196.html
    Bathhouse Barry wanted space in the pool

  • whotothewhat

    I say its false advertising. The men in the picture are not typical. Fat, bald, drunk, pasty, annoying and whole lot of disgusting would be more realistic. As for the straight couple a look of disgust would be more accurate.

  • 5kidsnadog

    I am not the typical Vegas visiter – don’t like gambling, incapable of tanning, don’t do nightclubs, etc. but I actually enjoy going to Vegas once a year or so. I enjoy the restaurants and shows, and, having five kids, the opportunity to lounge around by the pool (in the shady spots) while drinking margaritas all day. That said, I think that they could have encouraged the gay community to understand that they are welcome without insulting anyone. I’m not sure who declared open season on everything I stand for, but I don’t think they understand that I can vote with my feet and my pocketbook. Not very smart marketing, at the very least, but a sign of the times we live in where you have to mind your p’s and q’s and be politically correct unless you are bashing someone who happened to be born white or their Christian beliefs.

  • RKae

    Vegas has never held any interest for me. I don’t drink. I don’t gamble. I don’t cheat on my wife.

    Do they have ANY form of entertainment that would interest me? I think not.

  • rainbow unicorn fewmets

    What is so great about some sweltering shithole in the desert?

  • trailertrash

    Rainbow Unicorn, I live in Las Vegas and I love it. Good weather, low cost of living, low taxes, lots of restaurants and good gun laws. The locals here avoid the strip like the plague. Las Vegas is a good place to live if you stay away from the tourists.

  • anon

    This is a good thing! Vegas using the “LGBT throngs” bigotry against ‘breeders’ to appeal to them and then separate them from their cash? More power to them! Bring on the rainbow colored roulette wheel! Instead of having a corvette perched on top of the slot machines, they could a have a Subaru Wagon with a bumper-sticker that says “My other car is a moving van”…

  • Bob Roberts

    WAR ON WOMEN: There’s only 1 woman in the photo. Why is that?

    As for:

    whotothewhat says: January 23, 2013 at 8:29 am
    I say its false advertising. The men in the picture are not typical.

    —————–
    Correct, to a degree. You’re correct in that many gay men are not nearly as “pretty” as those shown here. Oh, there are some that look like this, but not the norm.

  • Bo-Jangles

    Now you see why it’s so very important that we donate as much as we can to AIDS research. Not to find a cure, but to find a faster way of spreading it.

  • Sinister66

    RKae says:

    You probably also wouldnt like the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
    The top notch shooting range and gun club.
    20 minutes north you can watch the drone training in indian springs.
    The mom and pop gun shops carry some of the best hardware around.
    But as you said, nothing of interest.

    I spend a week there almost every month.

  • EvilleGenius

    wow this ad is seething with all that tolerance and civility they always talk about…..WAY TO GO. Just remember you reap what you sow

  • Alan

    Funny how Vegas used to have a sleazy reputation in the 1940s and 50s, cleaned itself up the 1980s, and is now trying get sleazy again.

    I was there in 2004. It was basically Orlando with bigger buildings, or Times Square with smaller buildings. Caesar’s Palace was a shopping mall with a casino attached. Circus Circus had a McDonalds in the lobby, right next to a free gymnastic / dance routine. Grade-school-age kids walked around freely among the slot machines. I walked the entire southern end of the strip, alone at night and unarmed, and saw no drug deals, arrests, fights, homeless people, or even one puddle of vomit. What happens in Vegas … is nothing. Time to sex it back up.

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