'Life of Julia': Welcome to Obama's government utopia
Campaign tool shows clear choice between dependence and individualism
- Duration 9:37
- Date May 4, 2012
Campaign tool shows clear choice between dependence and individualism
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By now you've heard a president Obama's infamous Internet campaign the life of Julia.
-- is a -- a woman taking care of by Obama's policies from birth to burial.
Yet through her life she relies on Obama for college loans health care getting a job have Medicaid Medicare and -- want.
-- begins at age three with headstart.
Which I find odd I mean how dare they denied her mom the right to -- her.
And yes the slides also show that with Romney that of these goodies would actually exist.
So what's missing in this utopia.
Others bid for -- is married to the government actually to Obama by proxy he's with their every step of the way.
Maybe this is the composite girlfriend -- been hearing about.
But says it did anything else to the government and in this -- you get a junkie.
Blues a hopeless drunk pills a listless drowned she's a government assistance junkie.
And remember anyone the government -- that much they control proving once again the bigger the government.
The smaller the citizen which means -- used -- in -- indeed a combined.
Anyway this reminds me of -- this and gallant.
You remember that highlights cartoon comparing it -- child to its -- counterpart.
Here's why I love -- the most never has the choice between dependents an individual -- being shown more clearly what's left out is who pays for this free ride.
Gallant was paid for -- this.
Rodney must salvage -- Obama and it economy dies under a nation of Julius anyway Julius chart and -- 67.
But a woman's life Spaniard to United States is eighty I -- your time was up.
What did you make of the whole campaign itself when you -- when you keep adding each program on top of each other -- -- no.
Sparks of initiative on her part other than to seek -- a program.
You know -- is not a fictional characters -- -- real person.
The look -- -- to be for guys but his first -- all is nothing that they listed there that men with every presences LBJ but.
Frankly I'm not so sure I would abuse that is sort of a campaign.
Yeah you know montage I if they got to the Romney stuff five but the fact is -- they're focused on the Jewish stuff.
I find it a little odd Franklin.
I have to big jump in here fight if I make -- don't yet President Obama last week exposing them this week expose themselves the ego mania that is but taking the military pictures of photo ops.
But today the campaign exposes their agenda it's -- this is pure and simple a a redistribution.
Socialist agenda it it takes from.
A three year old up to 67 year old.
One and relying on the government every step of the white.
I mean really -- that.
Absolute pure and simple unadulterated communism marxism state is -- -- bomb economics I.
Eric is given this.
A hundred hours -- but in the campaign ever did -- because I think it is that you could -- -- and let -- cool.
If we put together this PowerPoint and online like -- Connecticut public -- neighbor -- -- -- rate.
Meanwhile they should actually hire a couple of conservatives since the bankrupt if that's a great visit and you realize what you're about to do and I thought that -- gotten.
Showing somebody who is helpless and incapable of success without the government is basically what their -- and I wasn't there intent.
But that's how it's been ridiculous and -- -- -- -- have to be a Gillian vs A John that's true or the big white could have been trans -- I think this works against that actually edit the -- fabulous things it just shows what kind of America -- you wanna -- and you -- be one of the fair share types -- -- you -- -- card and see which you can make yourself and your family in the land of opportunity the land of free market capitalism.
You know when it comes Obama -- is that a hundred hours studying and and but but leaving that aside what president does his -- -- -- was troops number one number two.
About virtually every college student in America has gone and taken advantage these programs that should -- well.
If you want if -- -- Broder should resist you go I'd say that but he's safe to say this is -- these -- created by Obama which they were not that that there'll all all along.
And secondly most people think that 75% of Americans are -- one form -- another government welfare.
Yeah that that's in fortune apartment.
-- -- -- -- -- Screens that they left out slides that they left out -- this week Julia.
Her friends pull themselves out of labor force of the unemployment -- -- -- that's true right up also Julia declares that she's 132 Cherokee and that's the senate.
Out honestly it's a -- what they did they have is they open themselves up tool -- lot of jokes a lot of rhetoric and it.
I can't believe Obama would be happy every single one of those programs and it and boxes that -- been around for a long time I think it was almost more alarming to look at -- its totality and think what have we been doing as a country.
I'll get a point there are safety -- that you might need along the way in your life -- starting out you might need some help the acting head start program -- the talk about which.
Is just and there is dispute is how effective it is but don't say where are you thinking in it in there might -- having -- live when you need unemployment benefits.
Medicare if we do a little bit of adjusting could be there in the long term so -- -- actually live to be Avian and and have some help.
But I -- dale let's had a really good point where she said has anybody noticed that it's really creepy that President Obama is president for her whole life yeah.
I don't know the shield saying the game and you do what you show it's a sudden we're at where Eric made this -- -- All the EC's been around under Clinton under bush Jenna Bush under Reagan I mean this is not anything new data makes a good what you guys know about creating more -- -- -- program you're in there there well maybe you want -- you get I don't know maybe one not a -- bit but -- Is this ideal woman I've resisted visits and all of a strives to do -- -- on every one of those -- -- these are programs that you don't want.
And Mitt Romney doesn't want then let's put it out on the table saying we don't want Medicare don't want headstart alcoholic isn't a question -- safety net.
-- or is -- the example but.
But the perfect example of what a person American to have little up and if it's not the example of what America journalism -- originally -- They're probably.
A lot of -- necessary could eliminate a few but a lot of mark necessary but why make it campaign frank -- slogan that you don't worry we're gonna take -- -- -- cannot.
Everybody to see an exceptional circumstances that you would ever need to have.
We should not aspire to have more -- upon taking advantage of a head start program that should be is something that is just -- -- very few amount of people that absolutely needed.
But you need pro growth economic policies in order to make sure that one -- painted us.
Nowhere and is PowerPoint and they talk about where they're gonna pay for myself I just wanna bring us -- -- debt Eric brought up about the 132.
Cherokee Elizabeth Warren it got into some heat because he's running against Scott -- she's been content that you -- always touted her native American Heritage.
Turns out she's 132.
Cherokee but the controversies she's been listing her self and a lot directory as a minority.
Harvard law school's been touting they're diversity based on her.
Kimberly is this good this is -- of the big deal because diversity is what liberalism is all about -- she's been using it to their advantage.
Yeah it's very it's a bad move on her part -- -- -- -- to rectify this situation this disrespectful to use it minorities out that she's trying to say 011 of the arguments -- like to get invited to a certain party yes she text of the Canucks live to make friends.
And -- -- different acts actions I think that's almost the more alarming thing.
-- -- That that that campaign was so an -- bet on the fifth try they came up with the final one -- they're trying to stick with adding that says more about her.
Eric Eric is 50% Apache -- he hasn't taken advantage of and let all 132.
-- I I probably like it -- go Holloway -- no 132 convict from the America and Europe that if a third if she was native -- a native American name that we dancing with baloney.
That she also accused -- was accusing Scott proud of being rich and she's far wealthier.
And in the do we I think we have a sod over talking about about what we why she kept listen yourself because it's not pleased to -- on tape okay thinking.
-- -- -- All I'm I was listed in the directory.
Because I listen to -- -- Way way quick stop it.
-- it was a long time ago but mostly I was listed the cause I fall -- I -- might be invited.
To all of them meetings where I might -- more people.
Who would run out why -- I had grown up and it turned out that's there really wasn't any of that so that was that.
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