“The Life of Julia.” Ah, here is the vision of the Democrat-liberal state. This is the utopia created in the minds living in the land of left-believe.
Those who choose to exercise critical thinking skills, however, unmask their “utopia” for what it really is: the insidious patriarchal conspiracy to keep women and other cultural groups on “the plantation.” Without the infusion of government into the nooks and crannies of their everyday lives, women are helpless. They cannot do and fend for themselves; they need a “sugar daddy” to pave their way.
If this is not a war on women – and a war on American liberty – then I do not know what is. This is demeaning! It goes without saying that rational Americans around the country are stating the obvious. Writes David Harsanyi at Human Events:
It is also a mindset that women should find offensively patronizing. When they're old enough, I hope my two daughters will find the notion that their success hinges on the president's views on college-loan interest rates preposterous. Yet, according to the "Life of Julia," women are helpless without the guiding hand of Barack Obama.
While responses like those from Mr. Harsanyi are to be expected, we can really sit up and take notice when Obama-leaning Big Media like the MSNBC Morning Joe program asks, “Who brushes her teeth?”
Keeping women in slavery. Keeping other “minority” groups in slavery. Keeping the American “poor” in slavery. Now that’s the left’s view of the American way.
Writes one woman in response to this patronization of women:
I was just going to note, is it liberating to fight for the right to government dependency?
As a 50 year old woman I am for the first time in my life ashamed of my gender's roar "Big Sugar Daddy Government give us more, more, more"
Yes Julia's life is offensive, patronizing and shamefully many women buy into her patronizing lie.
Has She really come a long way, baby?
From the days of the slavery of Africans and other natives in European nations and the Americas to the days of corporate cronyism and socialist state welfare, governments left unchecked conspire to keep their citizens imprisoned on “the plantation.” In contrast, conservatism looks past the gender, race, and economic strata and declares that everyone has the ability and opportunity to strive for the level of success he or she chooses.
War on women? Seems it has been declared... Democrat style.
(For a bit of humor, try out the “Life of Julia parodies.”)