Remember Peggy Joseph?
The media interviewed Peggy back in 2008 after a Barack Obama speech.

Four years later we’ve got Julia.
The Obama Campaign is running a web ad celebrating how a woman can live her entire life depending on Uncle Barack for her happiness and well-being. It’s an ad that would make Castro blush.
David Harsanyi at Human Events reported:

In the new Barack Obama campaign piece The Life of Julia, voters can “Take a look at how President Obama’s policies help one woman over her lifetime — and how Mitt Romney would change her story.” It is one of the most brazenly statist pieces of campaign literature I can ever remember seeing.

Let’s, for the purposes of this post, set aside the misleading generalizations regarding policy in the ad (no one is innocent on that account, obviously). What we are left with is a celebration of a how a woman can live her entire life by leaning on government intervention, dependency and other people’s money rather than her own initiative or hard work. It is, I’d say, implicitly un-American, in the sense that it celebrates a mindset we have — outwardly, at least — shunned.

It is also a mindset that women should find offensively patronizing. When they’re old enough, I hope my two daughters will find the notion that their success hinges on the president’s views on college-loan interest rates preposterous. Yet, according to the “Life of Julia,” women are helpless without the guiding hand of Barack Obama.




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  1. Oh Barry, how great thou art!
    The people of North Korea would be proud of these two. If only they they had acecss to tv or internet.
    This is agreat contrast to the war on women that is being conducted by the Dems and White House. Bet these two don’t know that women in the Barry administration are paid less than men.

  2. I want my Obama Money!

  3. Doggonit Smokey — My exact words!

  4. The ads just write themselves.

    Too bad Romney/Pulp-Fiction‘s Anti Butch, paid off dive-taker will never use them.

  5. Aw laudy, laudy Massa Obama, hows I supossed to cervive wiffout you? Whut wheel ah do affer novemba? Ah mite hav to git a job. Nah, nah, massa, pleze massa, pleze, don leaf.

    Wow, it’s hard to write like that.
    Seriously though, what a putz. I can see November from my house.

  6. Ridiculous. So if I don’t want to give my money to female who doesnt do Sh-t, I have a war on women? Unreal.

  7. There’s something so dehumanizing about the idea that you need a government program for every stage of your life. What next-gov’t programs that teach babies how to walk? How about potty training? You know parents can’t do that by themselves. Or driving a car? Yes, Junior needs an wasteful program to teach him the difference between forward and reverse.
    On and on it goes. At some point, you have to say “enough- I can do this!” I don’t think that’s an American thing either. To me, it just means you’re human. I mean, who doesn’t want to achieve something on their own?

  8. THE BEST “Life Of Julia” explanation:

  9. here and there i’ve caught sight of articles on investors buying upscale foreclosed homes and renting them out to section 8. obamicus the 1st and his merry band of predators

  10. Enslaved by government!

    Some people like it on the government plantation. . .

    This way they do not need to take responsibility for their lives. . . they are addicted to handouts.

    Give me a break!

  11. would love to hear if she got free gas and free of mortgage payments, and also, how her station in life is now.

    also, what is her daughter doing now? is she a productive citizen or is she living off all us tax payers too?

  12. we all remember this woman who was offered a home to live in after she met with obama at a rally. the home being owned by florida rep nick thompson’s [R] wife. i can’t remember if she accepted

  13. I work here is done!

  14. Any updates on Peggy?

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