Good evening everybody. Recently President Obama’s campaign team has released a “The Life of Julia” slideshow. It shows the things that the Obama Administration has done to help young women throughout their lifetimes. However, it also sends another message. That women are dependant on government. From cradle to grave, or as I’ve heard it before “from sperm to worm.”
The latest little campaign graphics have presented a picture of a young woman named Julia. The story begins at age 3, and ends at age 67, with her having lived life dependant upon government programs and reliance on her parents. What this shows me, though, is that there is an underlying perception that independant women are unable to do what they wish, how they wish, and should be encourage to let Uncle Sam help her out.
Well, I decided to make my own version of Julia’s life… below is a recreation of President Obama’s “propaganda” with a little bit more common sense and a few less half truths tossed in there.
I hope to follow this up later with some extra details on each picture.
Good morning, and welcome to the edge of Red and Blue.
This blog is my personal notepad, my corner of the web to spread my ideas on politics, religion, and just about anything else. I hope you enjoy and maybe even take a little something away from my personal thoughts on the world at large.
I’m sure that some topics that will be focused upon will be controvercial, but I’m not that worried. If the left side can whine about their freedom of speech, so can the right.
Now, just to get things straight, I’m not a bible thumping wrist slapping Right Wing Conservative. I did grow up in a house where, for the most part, the environment was mostly republican. This has stuck with me, and in turn I have molded myself into who I am based on some of the values placed then. This does not put me in the stereotype though.
I consider my views to ride the edge, a conservative view on the cost, with a personal/subjective view on the people. Let’s see where that will get me.
Again, please follow along as I journey through current events, and as always, enjoy.