Remember “Julia”? She’s back, …and thanks to #Obamacare, she’s not doing too well

If you think back to the 2012 presidential campaign, a major storyline was Obama’s “Julia”: a PR storyboard which detailed the hypothetical cradle-to-grave, government-assisted life of a woman receiving everything from Headstart to college loans; from childbirth to Medicare.

Julia - A

It was highly illustrative, since such a life envisioned TOTAL dependence on Big Daddy Government and championed it as an ideal to be pursued, rather than avoided at all costs. It was mocked mercilessly, and rightfully so.

But what if Julia was real: now, …today?

Well, she’d probably be dealing with the Affordable Care Act, a reality which is perfectly brought to life by the Independent Women’s Voice (IWV) and Independent Women’s Forum (IWF). They have confronted Julia with the actual Obamacare-related challenges all of us are (or will be) facing.

And as you might imagine, it’s not pretty.

Julia - 1

Julia - 2



Please go to the entire storyboard over at the Independent Women’s Forum, where you’ll also see additional information detailing the inherent downsides of this incredibly destructive legislation.

“Julia” is nothing to which any woman (or man) should aspire. Tragically, if things continue as they are, her story could end up being the only choice available for a majority of our once proud nation.

3 responses to “Remember “Julia”? She’s back, …and thanks to #Obamacare, she’s not doing too well

  1. Richard M Nixon (Deceased)

    Reblogged this on Dead Citizen's Rights Society.

  2. livinrightinpgh

    I truly wonder if even this debacle called Obamacare is enough to sway the votes of many young people or those who are solidly in the Left’s camp regardless of what they perpetrate on the American people…..

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