The Democrat-friendly Rolling Stone magazine will publish an article where incumbent Barack Obama uses barnyard gutter-talk to describe what children think of his opponent Mitt Romney.
In the latest edition of Rolling Stone due out Friday, the magazine's executive editor, Eric Bates, was telling Obama about his 6-year-old daughter’s support for him, during an October 11 interview in the Oval Office, according to Yahoo News.
Obama, speaking of six to 12 year olds, was quoted as saying: "I do very well, by the way, in that demographic. Ages six to 12? I'm a killer."
"Thought about lowering the voting age?" Bates joked.
That’s when the Democrat incumbent inserted vulgar language during his discussion about children while attempting to explain how much children like him.
"You know, kids have good instincts," Obama said, according to an advance copy of the wide-ranging interview to be published on Friday. "They look at the other guy and say, 'Well, that's a bullshitter, I can tell.'"
Obama has recently added another name-calling feature to his campaign, describing Mr. Romney as suffering from “Romnesia.”
Meanwhile, Mr. Obama has lost support among women and Independents in most major polls.