The Obama campaign is sucking up to women now, with the launch of Life of Julia where he details how needy and helpless women are, totally dependent on President Obama for their needs from the age of 3 till they retire at 67. Now forget for a minute that he expects to be president during Julia’s entire life, WHY does he think that women cannot manage to provide for themselves?
Look at this SAMPLING of things that Obama will provide in his “cradle to the grave” Federal Parent wants to provide. If you are STILL not convinced that this Socialism, click on the link above and see the full list of ‘FREEBIES” that he will provide his ‘children’. If you STILL don’t believe it is Socialism, you are beyond hope, just sign up for your benefits while on that page.
Age 3 – Under President Obama: Julia is enrolled in a Head Start program to help get her ready for school. Because of steps President Obama has taken to improve programs like this one, Julia joins thousands of students across the country who will start kindergarten ready to learn and succeed.
Age 17 – Under President Obama: Julia takes the SAT and is on track to start her college applications. Her high school is part of the Race to the Top program, implemented by President Obama. Their new college- and career-ready standards mean Julia can take the classes she needs to do well.
Age 25 – Under President Obama: After graduation, Julia’s federal student loans are more manageable since President Obama capped income-based federal student loan payments and kept interest rates low. She makes her payments on time every month, keeping her on track to repay her student loans.
Age 42 – Under President Obama: Julia starts her own web business. She qualifies for a Small Business Administration loan, giving her the money she needs to invest in her business. President Obama’s tax cuts for small businesses like Julia’s help her to get started. She’s able to hire employees, creating new jobs in her town and helping to grow the local economy.
Age 67 – Under President Obama: Julia retires. After years of contributing to Social Security, she receives monthly benefits that help her retire comfortably, without worrying that she’ll run out of savings. This allows her to volunteer at a community garden.