‘Julia’: Obama Campaign Hopes Introducing You to a Woman You’ll Be Supporting the Rest of Her Life Will Win Over Your Vote
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Pitiful and desperate propaganda, even by Obama campaign standards, but thankfully it’s also quite mockable. They called it “Life of Julia” because “Life of a woefully dependent economic and social lamprey who can’t tie her own shoes without help from the government” wouldn’t fit on the masthead.
Here’s one example: “Julia” at age 27, and there’s good news! She doesn’t have to worry about her health care because birth control is free! (yes, these people are in charge of the educational system)
Well, you know how much action those web designers get!
What is it with Obama and all the hypothetical “composite” women?
Last month we learned how much all of Julia’s great free stuff and fringe benefits would cost:
President Obama’s proposed budget would add more than $9.7 trillion to the national debt over the next decade, congressional budget analysts said Friday. Proposed tax cuts for the middle class account for nearly a third of that shortfall.
The 10-year outlook released by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office is somewhat gloomier than White House projections, which found that Obama’s budget request would produce deficits that would add about $8.5 trillion to the national debt by 2020.
Julia probably doesn’t care because she can just pass the bill along to her kids.
Update: This is going around Twitter… the real-life Julia: