Obama's Life of Julia: Creepy and Communistic

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    May 04, 2012 5:37 PM GMT
    http://www.barackobama.com/life-of-julia

    I'm sorry, this royally sucks. What the fuck is this 1984 shit? What the hell is the Obama campaign doing? Hey, Obama, you missed a slide: Julia, age -1 year: aborted.

    Dumb, dumb, dumb.
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    May 04, 2012 6:17 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidThis is how they will win the election. When you have 50% of the country not paying any Federal income taxes, and 67% of the country getting some direct benefits from the Federal government, you've got the formula for success for the party that promises to keep (and expand) these policies.

    People want "free stuff" (as mentioned in the slide show) and the more people getting "free stuff" the better from the Democrat's point of view.

    Also, I found it interesting that they used the term "Obamacare."

    Thanks to Obamacare...



    The Obama White House has strategically embraced the term 'Obamacare' because the President is personally (though not politically) popular. They like the idea of selling voters on the notion that "Obama cares." (Contrast that with "Hillarycare" in 1993 and Hillary Clinton's personal unpopularity back then.)

    I don't think this sort of 'Life of Julia' messaging will help the campaign -- and it might hurt them with creeped out undecideds. I mean, I'm sorry, this sort of nanny state propaganda is straight of the Soviet Politburo. But then again this sort thing DID help them in 2008, so I'm probably way off.
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    May 05, 2012 1:37 AM GMT
    Obama has been an actor playing president for 3+ years now. He should be nominated for an oscar.
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    May 05, 2012 2:39 AM GMT
    I think it's brilliant. It puts the lie to the right-wing argument that government is the problem, when the problem is right-wing government.

    While it's certainly simplistic, it deftly shows the difference between a government that invests in its citizens and one that extracts money from its citizens to give to the wealthy (which is what Romney will do).
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    May 05, 2012 2:55 AM GMT
    It shows the nanny state every step of the way. A socialist worker's paradise.
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    May 05, 2012 3:17 AM GMT
    Whether she's a young or old, under Mitt Romney, Julia gets fucked...hard.
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    At least they aren't looking down, at their flip-flops.
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    May 06, 2012 5:21 PM GMT
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    That's incredibly sexist and just demonstrates why 2012 will be a year in which women once again elect the president. And it won't be Mittens.
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    May 06, 2012 5:35 PM GMT
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    That's incredibly sexist and just demonstrates why 2012 will be a year in which women once again elect the president. And it won't be Mittens.


    You're right - the Julia campaign is sexist and creepy. You may be more right than you know (even a stopped clock is right twice a day) and it's not right about "Mittens".
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    That's incredibly sexist and just demonstrates why 2012 will be a year in which women once again elect the president. And it won't be Mittens.


    You're right - the Julia campaign is sexist and creepy. You may be more right than you know (even a stopped clock is right twice a day) and it's not right about "Mittens".


    No. Using the word "Obedience" on a picture of women supporting Obama is sexist, particularly when Romney supports banning abortion and contraceptive access and doesn't know who Lily Ledbetter is...

    That you don't give a rat's ass about women is unsurprising and one of the more odious aspects of right-wing gay men.

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    Christian73 said
    riddler78 said
    Christian73 said
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    That's incredibly sexist and just demonstrates why 2012 will be a year in which women once again elect the president. And it won't be Mittens.


    You're right - the Julia campaign is sexist and creepy. You may be more right than you know (even a stopped clock is right twice a day) and it's not right about "Mittens".


    No. Using the word "Obedience" on a picture of women supporting Obama is sexist, particularly when Romney supports banning abortion and contraceptive access and doesn't know who Lily Ledbetter is...

    That you don't give a rat's ass about women is unsurprising and one of the more odious aspects of right-wing gay men.


    Yes, because forcing women to take government handouts while restricting alternative private choices is so benevolent to women. Your spin to paint the work you do and others do on the expense accounts and backs of others speaks more to how woefully ignorant you are of the actual value you have.

    That the solutions you propose end up making those you claim to advocate for worse off even further underscores how out of touch you are. The term "obedience" on a picture of women is a reflection and accurate depiction of how creepy the Julia campaign is to those who don't live in your bubble.
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    May 06, 2012 5:50 PM GMT
    riddler78 said
    Christian73 said
    riddler78 said
    Christian73 said
    riddler78 saidAsLXTQ8CEAIDVSw.jpg


    That's incredibly sexist and just demonstrates why 2012 will be a year in which women once again elect the president. And it won't be Mittens.


    You're right - the Julia campaign is sexist and creepy. You may be more right than you know (even a stopped clock is right twice a day) and it's not right about "Mittens".


    No. Using the word "Obedience" on a picture of women supporting Obama is sexist, particularly when Romney supports banning abortion and contraceptive access and doesn't know who Lily Ledbetter is...

    That you don't give a rat's ass about women is unsurprising and one of the more odious aspects of right-wing gay men.


    Yes, because forcing women to take government handouts while restricting alternative private choices is so benevolent to women. Your spin to paint the work you do and others do on the expense accounts and backs of others speaks more to how woefully ignorant you are of the actual value you have.

    That the solutions you propose end up making those you claim to advocate for worse off even further underscores how out of touch you are. The term "obedience" on a picture of women is a reflection and accurate depiction of how creepy the Julia campaign is to those who don't live in your bubble.


    You're right...it's creepy how democrats want to focus on women's healthcare and provide multiple options for affordable contraception...don't they know we are in a race with the Chinese? Babies now!
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    May 06, 2012 5:53 PM GMT
    nanidesukedo said
    riddler78 said
    Christian73 said
    riddler78 said
    Christian73 said
    riddler78 saidAsLXTQ8CEAIDVSw.jpg


    That's incredibly sexist and just demonstrates why 2012 will be a year in which women once again elect the president. And it won't be Mittens.


    You're right - the Julia campaign is sexist and creepy. You may be more right than you know (even a stopped clock is right twice a day) and it's not right about "Mittens".


    No. Using the word "Obedience" on a picture of women supporting Obama is sexist, particularly when Romney supports banning abortion and contraceptive access and doesn't know who Lily Ledbetter is...

    That you don't give a rat's ass about women is unsurprising and one of the more odious aspects of right-wing gay men.


    Yes, because forcing women to take government handouts while restricting alternative private choices is so benevolent to women. Your spin to paint the work you do and others do on the expense accounts and backs of others speaks more to how woefully ignorant you are of the actual value you have.

    That the solutions you propose end up making those you claim to advocate for worse off even further underscores how out of touch you are. The term "obedience" on a picture of women is a reflection and accurate depiction of how creepy the Julia campaign is to those who don't live in your bubble.


    You're right...it's creepy how democrats want to focus on women's healthcare and provide multiple options for affordable contraception...don't they know we are in a race with the Chinese? Babies now!


    How benevolent and charitable it is to spend other people's money even when they go against religious beliefs. I mean it's not heavy handed at all. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    May 06, 2012 5:57 PM GMT
    riddler78 said
    nanidesukedo said
    riddler78 said
    Christian73 said
    riddler78 said
    Christian73 said
    riddler78 saidAsLXTQ8CEAIDVSw.jpg


    That's incredibly sexist and just demonstrates why 2012 will be a year in which women once again elect the president. And it won't be Mittens.


    You're right - the Julia campaign is sexist and creepy. You may be more right than you know (even a stopped clock is right twice a day) and it's not right about "Mittens".


    No. Using the word "Obedience" on a picture of women supporting Obama is sexist, particularly when Romney supports banning abortion and contraceptive access and doesn't know who Lily Ledbetter is...

    That you don't give a rat's ass about women is unsurprising and one of the more odious aspects of right-wing gay men.


    Yes, because forcing women to take government handouts while restricting alternative private choices is so benevolent to women. Your spin to paint the work you do and others do on the expense accounts and backs of others speaks more to how woefully ignorant you are of the actual value you have.

    That the solutions you propose end up making those you claim to advocate for worse off even further underscores how out of touch you are. The term "obedience" on a picture of women is a reflection and accurate depiction of how creepy the Julia campaign is to those who don't live in your bubble.


    You're right...it's creepy how democrats want to focus on women's healthcare and provide multiple options for affordable contraception...don't they know we are in a race with the Chinese? Babies now!


    How benevolent and charitable it is to spend other people's money even when they go against religious beliefs. I mean it's not heavy handed at all. icon_rolleyes.gif


    How terrible it is to go against slavery, racism, etc...when it is against other people's beliefs. America is behind the times in this regard...we gotta catch up. Also, if your issue is using other people's money, I'm sure they'd love to know where their tax dollars go in healthcare....but then again, some people really do believe that healthcare is a privilege and not a right..
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    May 06, 2012 5:59 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    nanidesukedo said
    You're right...it's creepy how democrats want to focus on women's healthcare and provide multiple options for affordable contraception...don't they know we are in a race with the Chinese? Babies now!


    Right - the government belongs in women's bedrooms, providing all the "sexual materiel" for women. We want the government involved in this area. Condoms are just way too expensive.... icon_rolleyes.gif


    Hypocrisy at its best...because we all know Republicans don't try to take control of anything..

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    nanidesukedo said
    riddler78 said
    nanidesukedo said
    riddler78 said
    Christian73 said
    riddler78 said
    Christian73 said
    riddler78 saidAsLXTQ8CEAIDVSw.jpg


    That's incredibly sexist and just demonstrates why 2012 will be a year in which women once again elect the president. And it won't be Mittens.


    You're right - the Julia campaign is sexist and creepy. You may be more right than you know (even a stopped clock is right twice a day) and it's not right about "Mittens".


    No. Using the word "Obedience" on a picture of women supporting Obama is sexist, particularly when Romney supports banning abortion and contraceptive access and doesn't know who Lily Ledbetter is...

    That you don't give a rat's ass about women is unsurprising and one of the more odious aspects of right-wing gay men.


    Yes, because forcing women to take government handouts while restricting alternative private choices is so benevolent to women. Your spin to paint the work you do and others do on the expense accounts and backs of others speaks more to how woefully ignorant you are of the actual value you have.

    That the solutions you propose end up making those you claim to advocate for worse off even further underscores how out of touch you are. The term "obedience" on a picture of women is a reflection and accurate depiction of how creepy the Julia campaign is to those who don't live in your bubble.


    You're right...it's creepy how democrats want to focus on women's healthcare and provide multiple options for affordable contraception...don't they know we are in a race with the Chinese? Babies now!


    How benevolent and charitable it is to spend other people's money even when they go against religious beliefs. I mean it's not heavy handed at all. icon_rolleyes.gif


    How terrible it is to go against slavery, racism, etc...when it is against other people's beliefs. America is behind the times in this regard...we gotta catch up. Also, if your issue is using other people's money, I'm sure they'd love to know where their tax dollars go in healthcare....but then again, some people really do believe that healthcare is a privilege and not a right..


    Yes because forcing companies and institutions to provide birth control options isn't heavy handed at all and is precisely like preventing racism and slavery, etc. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    May 06, 2012 6:05 PM GMT
    riddler78 said
    nanidesukedo said
    riddler78 said
    nanidesukedo said
    riddler78 said
    Christian73 said
    riddler78 said
    Christian73 said
    riddler78 saidAsLXTQ8CEAIDVSw.jpg


    That's incredibly sexist and just demonstrates why 2012 will be a year in which women once again elect the president. And it won't be Mittens.


    You're right - the Julia campaign is sexist and creepy. You may be more right than you know (even a stopped clock is right twice a day) and it's not right about "Mittens".


    No. Using the word "Obedience" on a picture of women supporting Obama is sexist, particularly when Romney supports banning abortion and contraceptive access and doesn't know who Lily Ledbetter is...

    That you don't give a rat's ass about women is unsurprising and one of the more odious aspects of right-wing gay men.


    Yes, because forcing women to take government handouts while restricting alternative private choices is so benevolent to women. Your spin to paint the work you do and others do on the expense accounts and backs of others speaks more to how woefully ignorant you are of the actual value you have.

    That the solutions you propose end up making those you claim to advocate for worse off even further underscores how out of touch you are. The term "obedience" on a picture of women is a reflection and accurate depiction of how creepy the Julia campaign is to those who don't live in your bubble.


    You're right...it's creepy how democrats want to focus on women's healthcare and provide multiple options for affordable contraception...don't they know we are in a race with the Chinese? Babies now!


    How benevolent and charitable it is to spend other people's money even when they go against religious beliefs. I mean it's not heavy handed at all. icon_rolleyes.gif


    How terrible it is to go against slavery, racism, etc...when it is against other people's beliefs. America is behind the times in this regard...we gotta catch up. Also, if your issue is using other people's money, I'm sure they'd love to know where their tax dollars go in healthcare....but then again, some people really do believe that healthcare is a privilege and not a right..


    Yes because forcing companies and institutions to provide birth control options isn't heavy handed at all and is precisely like preventing racism and slavery, etc. icon_rolleyes.gif


    Damn right we should be able to pick and choose what we wanna include in our healthcare plans! Say no to coverage of hypertension and diabetes, too! Heart disease?? You had it coming!
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    May 06, 2012 6:09 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 said
    nanidesukedo said
    southbeach1500 said
    nanidesukedo said
    You're right...it's creepy how democrats want to focus on women's healthcare and provide multiple options for affordable contraception...don't they know we are in a race with the Chinese? Babies now!


    Right - the government belongs in women's bedrooms, providing all the "sexual materiel" for women. We want the government involved in this area. Condoms are just way too expensive.... icon_rolleyes.gif


    Hypocrisy at its best...because we all know Republicans don't try to take control of anything..


    Can you please try and debate a principle, instead of resorting to "but they do it too" playground logic.

    Do we want and need the Federal government involved in sex?


    Yes, in the case of reproductive health, we do. Because it isn't just sex - it's a matter of health. I mean, I'm sure that, in your infinite wisdom, you understand the difficulties that women can face in healthcare and the extreme amount of hardship that pregnancy can cause...You republicans are so good at empathizing. Also, I notice whenever you are losing an argument, you resort to trying to belittle the arguments of others with fun terms like "liberal hens" and "playground logic." Please try again.
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    May 07, 2012 6:59 AM GMT
    I read this and thought it was about our Prime Minister and Obama getting it on icon_lol.gif
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    May 07, 2012 7:24 AM GMT
    ozondamove saidI read this and thought it was about our Prime Minister and Obama getting it on icon_lol.gif


    OMG Our Communist leader and America's socialist, what a thought.

    But lest be positive for a moment, with Julia being the absolute failure she has, and all the damage this has done to Oz, there is talk it may be the final demise of the labour Party in Australia.
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    May 07, 2012 7:51 AM GMT
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    ozondamove saidI read this and thought it was about our Prime Minister and Obama getting it on icon_lol.gif


    OMG Our Communist leader and America's socialist, what a thought.

    imagine their babies icon_lol.gif

    I have been trying to be supportive of Julia but I just cant be anymore and you will probably not like this (that's cool) but I just cant stand Abbott even more so, there is a vacuum at the pointy end of Oz politics atm.icon_rolleyes.gif
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    ozondamove saidI read this and thought it was about our Prime Minister and Obama getting it on icon_lol.gif


    OMG Our Communist leader and America's socialist, what a thought.

    imagine their babies icon_lol.gif

    I have been trying to be supportive of Julia but I just cant be anymore and you will probably not like this (that's cool) but I just cant stand Abbott even more so, there is a vacuum at the pointy end of Oz politics atm.icon_rolleyes.gif

    man whats going on/ After you going out of your way to promote your contempt and hate for one, as well promoting the fact you had for once and for all blocked one forever; here you are quoting oneicon_question.gif

    Seems like Obama and Julia words mean nothing to you too.
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    TrueBlueAussie said
    ozondamove said
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    ozondamove saidI read this and thought it was about our Prime Minister and Obama getting it on icon_lol.gif


    OMG Our Communist leader and America's socialist, what a thought.

    imagine their babies icon_lol.gif

    I have been trying to be supportive of Julia but I just cant be anymore and you will probably not like this (that's cool) but I just cant stand Abbott even more so, there is a vacuum at the pointy end of Oz politics atm.icon_rolleyes.gif

    man whats going on/ After you going out of your way to promote your contempt and hate for one, as well promoting the fact you had for once and for all blocked one forever; here you are quoting oneicon_question.gif

    Seems like Obama and Julia words mean nothing to you too.


    I was trying to bury the hatchet so to speak, Life's too short to hate, even the likes of you. I guess moving away and taking a break from here for a week or so gave me a new perspective. Peace
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    May 08, 2012 9:13 AM GMT
    riddler78 said
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    That's incredibly sexist and just demonstrates why 2012 will be a year in which women once again elect the president. And it won't be Mittens.


    You're right - the Julia campaign is sexist and creepy. You may be more right than you know (even a stopped clock is right twice a day) and it's not right about "Mittens".


    No. Using the word "Obedience" on a picture of women supporting Obama is sexist, particularly when Romney supports banning abortion and contraceptive access and doesn't know who Lily Ledbetter is...

    That you don't give a rat's ass about women is unsurprising and one of the more odious aspects of right-wing gay men.


    Yes, because forcing women to take government handouts while restricting alternative private choices is so benevolent to women. Your spin to paint the work you do and others do on the expense accounts and backs of others speaks more to how woefully ignorant you are of the actual value you have.

    That the solutions you propose end up making those you claim to advocate for worse off even further underscores how out of touch you are. The term "obedience" on a picture of women is a reflection and accurate depiction of how creepy the Julia campaign is to those who don't live in your bubble.


    I'm very clear on the value I provide. It's you who have an inflated sense of your own importance.

    And the solutions I propose actually offer women reproductive choices rather than making them brood mares for the right-wing fundamentalist vision of America. In fact, states with comprehensive sex ed and contraception that is easily available have fewer unwanted pregnancies and fewer abortions, resulting in fewer women on welfare.

    In other words, what I support works and what you support doesn't. icon_rolleyes.gif