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May 4, 2012 - 10:42 am
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By now, everyone has read over the ad (slide show, whatever) from Obama’s campaign on the life of Julia, a composite figure who will supposedly get cradle-to-grave government care under the Obama regime. Of course, the only mention of a male in Julia’s life is her son Zachary, whom she has at the age of 31. There is an implied father but we never hear about him. And then there is this:

From cracking down on gender discrimination in health care costs to fighting for equal pay, President Obama is standing up for women throughout their lives.

Now, let’s see what happens to the men in Julia’s life.

The nonexistent husband or boyfriend, let’s call him Fred, has led a pretty sad life under the administration, as will her son, Zachary. Here is what they can look forward to from Obama’s “crack down on gender discrimination”:

Three years old: Put in Head Start where feminized teachers tell the parents the boy moves around too much and needs Ritalin.

Seventeen years old: After years of being told he is a perverted, good-for-nothing loser for being male, and hating school because he never learned to read well, he decides not to go to college. Or if he does finally decide to go, he finds himself sitting through lectures on why men are to blame for the ills of the world. Luckily, he sees a good-looking girl and approaches her. They get drunk one night and have great sex. The next week, however, he is summoned by the college administration and told that he raped this girl and is expelled from school without much evidence or any due process due to Obama’s “Dear Colleague Letter.”

Twenty-five years old: With no degree and a charge of rape that never stood up in court, he still has trouble getting a job and decides to become self-employed. With all the regulations and rules under the Obama administration, he has trouble getting set up but finally manages. No loans for him, as he’s not special enough like Julia.

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