NSFW: PETA’s State of the Union ‘Undressed’ Hits the Web
Many of you probably tuned in for President Obama’s first State of the Union Address this evening. Perhaps you even bet on the topics or played a drinking game. Before Obama took the podium on Capital Hill, a scandalous and scantily-clad new viral video from the folks at PETA hit the web. Unforunately, the video was released on the same day that the animal rights group decided to take aim at replacing Pennsylvania’s beloved groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil. PETA’s State of the Union “Undressed” has been a grassroots tactic for the last few years. Here’s the link for 2007 and 2008. As expected, PETA heavily pushes its agenda throughout this year’s video. Regardless of where you stand on the issues, you’ll probably get a laugh out of the comical cross-cuts to a chamber packed with Congressmen. In order to momentarily capture your attention, the controversial animal rights advocacy group uses the oldest advertising truism in the book: big, voluptuous, and extremely nekked breasts. Yes, you’ve been warned. This video is very, very NSFW. As you’ll see, the biggest applause is at the end. Check it out after the jump.