This morning the Obama campaign released a new interactive website titled “A LIFE OF JULIA,” an online interactive tool that allows you to follow how President Obama and Mitt Romney’s policies will affect Julia, a typical middle-class woman, at each step in her life–from early childhood, through her school years, until she has a child of her own, starts a business and retires: You can access the website here.
HIT DOGS WILL HOLLER
Apparently we hit a nerve, because right now Michelle Malkin has been mobilizing her twitter followers into a faux-outrage around this site (who knew that things like making sure insurance companies don’t charge women more, or that preventive care was provided free of charge, or that women are paid fairly were that controversial).
Check out the Hill’s piece on the FAUX- OUTRAGE
Excerpt: According to the social networking tracker Topsy, there were thousands of mentions of the “Julia” figure over just two hours Thursday morning. A sampling of some of the conservative criticism:
So #julia needed an SBA loan to start a web business? I started three w/o a penny of taxpayer money.#mylife@BarackObama.
Erick Erickson @EWErickson
After growing up under Barack Obama, #Julia has to master the art of Chinese Cooking. 3 May 12 STAY CLASSY CNN CONTRIBUTOR.
Meanwhile, Romney is embracing Michelle Bachman’s endorsement today, is campaigning with Gov. McDonnell, and generally has not been shy about pushing the same economic policies that Bush embraced.