The other day we learned Barack Obama's girlfriend in Dreams From My Father was actually a composite, much like the Boeing 787 or Katya Kasanova after Dr. Krieger rebuilt her on the television show Archer.Now, Barack Obama is rolling out a new composite girl in his life named Julia. On Obama's website, people can walk through Julia's life from birth to death panel. For the duration of her sixty some odd years, President Obama remains President. We get to see how Julia benefits from President Obama's policies.Over at Human Events, my colleague David Harsanyi writes "Who the hell is 'Julia,' and why am I paying for her whole life?" It's a fair question. According to Obama's campaign website, someone enrolls Julia into a Head Start program. The government provides her with contraception until she decides to have a child. She has no parents. She has no husband. She suckles the teet of government her whole life, from delivery room to death panel.
By her mid-twenties, Julia is a litigious member of the workforce suing for equal wages while hard working Americans subsidize her. She has her fatherless child and for twenty years drops off the map. That's the most curious part — that and the fact that this paragon of Obama's liberal America has no documented abortions and was not herself aborted. James Taranto at the Wall Street Journal points out "[t]hat period includes the typical peak earning years--the time at which, assuming Julia is gainfully employed, she will be paying the biggest price for "Obama's" generosity." We know nothing of her time during those key years. Perhaps they were of little consequence because her whole adult working life was spent paying for the benefits of those who came after her.That is the key. There is no mention of cost, no mention of debt, and no mention of tax burden for Julia. She receives everything and gives nothing. What is Julia's fair share? In retirement, Barack Obama claims social security helps her live comfortably. Really? It boggles the mind.This is Barack Obama's vision of America — a welfare state from cradle to grave where parents and spouses are not needed because you have a federal government there for you the whole way from the delivery room to the death panel.