COMMENTARY | President Barack Obama's newest attack ad focuses on the fictional Republican war on women. The sophomoric "Life of Julia" interactive website advertisement is filled with slanted information about Mitt Romney's stance on women's issues.
Obama's most recent composite woman is far less impressive than the former New York girlfriend composite noted on Politico. The cradle-to--grave progression of the "Julia's" life promises a near-utopian existence if America grants Obama a second term.
A recurring theme focused on the joys and benefits of government dependency is repugnant to fiscally conservative voters. In President Obama's fantasy world, there is no mention of how all of "Julia's" basic needs will be funded.
Apparently, "Julia" and the voters Obama's ad are designed to entice have no desire to become personally responsible for their own lives. Imaginary women are the only ones that would be helped by more failed Obama policies. An existence in which food, housing, medical care, college and utilities are all free sounds very much like a Marxist fairytale.
As "Life of Julia" website visitors click through the years of her life, there is no mention of her holding an actual job until she is 27 years old. When "Julia" turns 31, she decides to have a child and gloriously reaps all the benefits of Obamacare. The page prominently notes the "free" screenings bestowed upon her by her ultra-liberal hero in the White House. Unless doctors agree to work without a paycheck in Obama's utopia, the taxpayers are once again forced to fund the needs of others.
"Julia" and her eventual grandchildren would suffer tragically under Obama's initiatives. When "Julia" enters her golden years, Obama promises a fully-funded Social Security program and a robust Medicare allotment, according to the website. At age 67 "Julia" can retire so comfortably she has time to volunteer at her community garden. Informed women who are truly concerned about retirement and medical care will vote for Mitt Romney. Under Obama's supervision, both the Social Security and Medicare funds will be broke long before "Julia's" hair turns gray.
Surely all liberals are not so naïve or economically illiterate to actually believe President Obama's free lunch mode of governance. Disproving the "Life of Julia" make-believe saga requires only the ability to understand simple math. Liberals are locked in a covert battle with women, creeping out from behind the bushes and snatching away their very sense of independence.