Skip to comments.Obama Campaign Champions Government Dependency
Posted on 05/04/2012 5:14:22 PM PDT by bthockey
President Obama's re-election campaign has released an interactive web page (named The Life of Julia) that attempted to compare and contrast a future America under Barack Obama to a future America under Mitt Romney. In this interactive site, viewers can click through the life of a fictional character named Julia who is dependent on the government from age 3 to age 67 (and beyond of course). I have to admit, it was weird that Obama campaign didn't talk about the right her parents had to kill Julia before she was born (because human lives are obviously disposable).
It is extremely sad and disappointing to see that a President of the United States would embrace government dependency and promote it as a way of life. Then again, we've never had a socialist president before. Americans across the political spectrum should be absolutely disgusted with this fictional story and socialist propaganda. America has always stood for rugged individualism. It doesn't matter who you are or where you came from; if you work hard, you will have a chance to become successful. What does this ad say? Government must help you become successful.
As I clicked through, I was expecting to see: At age 18, Julia gets her free iPhone because of the Affordable Free Cellular Devices For All Act. At age 20, Julia's college debt is wiped clean. At age 35, Julia receives a free house thanks to the Affordable Free Housing Act. At age 89, Julia gets her free dentures... All of these government programs praised in The Life of Julia are merely a taste of what's to come if we re-elect Obama for a second term.
(Excerpt) Read more at thebandofpatriots.com ...
I thought I saw (on Townhall) where “Julia” was reportedly getting raspberries even from the media. I’ll try to turn up the source.
If you do, Julia will like it and the taxpayers will have another kid to subsidize... (duck’n & runn’n)
It is the beginning of "1984".
All Made up Julia was Aborted at Birth
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