Mamas, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be ‘Julia’

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Quick, hide under the covers. The nation’s storyteller, Barack Obama, unveiled a frightening new fable on the Internet intended to scare women away from supporting fiscal conservatives in November. But as is increasingly common with Obama’s social media propaganda initiatives, “The Life of Julia” immediately flopped.

Why? Because 1) self-sufficient women voters aren’t as sheeple-ish as Democratic strategists make them out to be, 2) conservative activists are overtaking Obama’s zombie army online, 3) non-delusional Americans don’t want cradle-to-grave utopians turning their country into the next Greece or Spain, and 4) responsible grownups are getting sick and tired of radical Saul Alinsky-style tall tales from the progressive Pied Piper.

Using snazzy graphics and interactive slideshow features, spins a glowing narrative of imaginary Julia’s life from age 3 to 67. But “Julia” is a pathetic figment of the progressive imagination. She simply cannot function without the lifelong intervention of federal patriarchs.

Instead of two parents preparing her for school, Obama credits Head Start bureaucrats with ensuring that Julia is “ready to learn and succeed” in kindergarten.

Instead of individual teachers, private mentors, home-school organizers or charter school leaders, Obama extols his federal Race to the Top program for implementing the high school “classes she needs to do well” in college.

Instead of thrift-minded families who save for their own kids’ higher educations (or who opt for non-college alternatives) and who encourage those kids to work in private-sector summer jobs, Obama praises his “opportunity tax credit” and Pell Grants for putting Julia through college.

Instead of acknowledging how costly Obamacare mandates have caused individual-market health care insurers to drop plans altogether, Obama promotes the government-manufactured umbilical cord tethering “children” like Julia to their parents’ health care plans until age 26.

Instead of accepting that the costs and consequences of a woman’s sexual choices should be a matter of personal responsibility, Big Daddy Obama heralds his religious liberty-crushing birth control/abortion mandate for allowing Julia to “focus on her work instead of worrying about her health.”

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  • Eric G

    Keeping adult women from becoming independent is misogynistic. Period.

  • findalis

    Having taken a look at this POS and you know it is all BS. Under Obama Julia would either be forced to have only 1 child or sterilized to save the planet.

  • StephenD

    But it is for our own good he imposes the government on us don't you know….
    Having 4 daughters and 5 granddaughters, I can say I have an interest in how women are treated to be sure. Being seen as dependent, inadequate creatures doesn't cut it for me.

  • BS77

    The new model "citizen" is on food stamps, welfare, housing aid, and is totally dependent on Government services………The new average citizen reads at the fifth grade level, knows nothing about science, history or current events….the new citizen eats huge amounts of sugar and processed food garbage , is fifty pounds overweight and is on ten to twenty medications including anti depressants…..aint it grand? Makes you wonder how our pioneer ancestors made it without the Nanny State pampering them.

  • PhillipGaley

    ". . . . a chauvinistic control freak who would tether every . . . ."?

    I would say, . . . say, did you see any of those few scenes from the TV show "WAR OF THE WORLDS", in which, several of the bad guys hold the victim? And another one of them presents this slug-like creature of about 10 or 12 inches long, and they force open the victim's mouth, and this thing slithers down the poor soul's throat, inside then, to fester and grow into another one of the aliens?

    When my second daughter was about 8 yr old, one day she came to me and said: "Teach me to read. I want to learn to read. I want you to teach me to read.". And, it didn't take a whole morning, you know, showing someone how the letters blend together, going along to make familiar sounds, and hey! If you say them fast enough, they're actual words! Whaddaya know! It was just like magic! You know how boring and difficult a day can be—for the both of you—trying get something into someone, . . . most difficult, something into their mind, someone who doesn't know that, they need something, and they've just gotta go along with the program because, . . . just because, . . . if they will just go along, it'll make your life a whole lot easier, . . . supposed t'make your life a whole lot easier.

    What if parents let children decide when they want something? Why, then would we have the motivation of personal incentive. What might that say about our intelligence, . . . and our estimate of our child's? How might that work out? And then in some years of further personal analysis of life experiences, maybe including some education, what might the child's opinion be of the parent? And, might the child then grown up, just assuming that, she had been reared in a "child-friendly" society? I mean, instead of what we now have, . . . choking down the child's throat what someone somewhere, thinks she's gonna need t'compete in t'day's world, . . . How many children's lives have suffered at least a partial ruination because a parent insisted that, a child was gonna learn this or that.

    I tried that with our first daughter, . . . with the violin. But, . . . in a rather short period of time, I understood what G0D was trying to teach me, . . . reaching into my very soul, piercing, as she did, . . . with the most wrenching and horrible messages of resistance, . . .

    At the length, it occurred to me: "Y'know, I'm just beginning parenting, . . . and, . . . I'm learning, . . . I'm going t'try taking personal volition into consideration, . . . hers, . . . maybe, . . . maybe she feels like, . . . I'm just walking all over her personal volition."; and I relented. And although she did not then take up with the violin just to please me because I then left the choice up to her, we were able to grow together, . . . because I was just a whole lot smarter, . . . about people in general, . . . but especially, children.

    And when she needed some help a few years ago, I showed her how to use the word "arbitrary" in legal pregnancy in conversation before a work supervisor, and the situation having been passed through, she sent me a thousand $.

    Could any of this be possible? Well, possible or not, these things actually occurred, . . .

    Despite our own experiences in foolishness, maybe, . . . than that esteem most usually accorded them, maybe children are just a whole lot smarter, . . . Could it be that, in some ways, the vast left-wing army of "educators" and societal "helpers" are simply playing upon natural vicissitudes of a tethered and otherwise unknowing populace? Could that be possible? As politician Dinglle says @ 0:45 in the YT video "Dingell: It will take some time for ObamaCare to "control the people"?

    Could it be that, one group of people accumulate in elected positions and governmental offices, . . . "to control the people"? Could that be possible?

    • PhillipGaley

      Yes, so young and as little as she might have been, maybe she felt that, I was presenting to her, an empty well, that, in denying her freedom of choice in that way, I was trampling her dignity, that, her was one who felt that, she was tethered, and, if allowed, would trample her human spirit, . . . and that, I wasn't the kind of father whom she could accept and to whom she could say: "Yes.". . . . But, however it might have been so many years, thankfully now past, and in benefit to her bros and sis who came after, I learned my lesson: "I you don't want to end up just awful unhappy, . . . let people live; let children live; assist them to do what they figure out for themselves that, they really wanna do. Don't put much effort into figuring other peoples' lives out for them—especially, your own children.". Sometimes, "smarts" can be hereditary—you get it from your kids, . . .

      Yeah, Obama and Dingell and them, might think that, they have the Am people figured out and tethered, and what they oughta do, and all that; but, . . . from my experience, they could end up just awful unhappy, . . . but deservedly so, . . .

  • Demetrius M

    All the millions in illegal campaign contributions and this is the best you come up with? Wow. Just wow.

    • Nick Shaw

      I think it's an indications of the depth of their talent pool and the depth of their thought, Demetrius!

  • kongMing

    “Julia starts her own web business.”

    Biggest customer is the SEC.

  • Ghostwriter

    As someone who writes fiction,"Julia" doesn't strike me as a real person. Heck,there's very little there of her to even be considered as a stereotype. She has zero personality. Why did the Obama campaign even try this? The fictional "Julia" is as flat a character as a piece of paper. I've seen characters from commercials with more personality than "Julia" has.

    • Nick Shaw

      Just taking the cue from Zero, Ghost. Julia is a "compressed" figure and quite believable to the mindless sheeple who call themselves liberals.
      Mind you, it turns out Zero's compressed girlfriend was actually Ayer's girlfriend!
      One must wonder, who is Julia really? ;-)

  • Jon_Adams

    And with ObamaCare's 16,000 new IRS agents, Julia can look forward to a wonderful government audit.
    Thank you so much Mr President!

  • Ozzy

    Yeah You right Me shell, America need more self sufficient 3 yr olds.
    After all you managed to make it without a government why shouldn't every child.

    • Nick Shaw

      Head Start is a proven failure, Helen.
      Why do you want to spend more money of proven failures?
      Oh, I forgot, you're a liberal.
      Aren't you Helen?

  • kafir4life

    No worries about Julia and her needs that only the gov't can fulfill. Her mother decided to abort her during her third trimester instead.