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Those wacky and unusual political ads keep rolling out, and the latest one takes aim at President Barack Obama with a dating ad parody.

Americans for Shared Prosperity, which is run by Republican millionaire John Jordan, released a 60-second ad, titled “Dating Profile.”

All that’s missing is Neil Clark Warren, of eHarmony fame, from popping his head in during the spot.

“The goal here is to communicate with women voters in a way that outside groups and campaigns haven’t,” Jordan told Politico.

“In 2008, I fell in love. His online profile made him seem so perfect,” the woman in the ad says. “… I trusted him. But by 2012, our relationship was in trouble, but I stuck with him.”

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She also portrays Obama as an insecure boyfriend, saying he’s in her emails and texts.

“I know I’m stuck with Barack for two more years, but I’m not stuck with his friends,” she says. “I’m looking for someone who gets that this isn’t about him, but about us.”

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