Spoof of Obama’s ‘Life of Julia’ Campaign Ad Examines Life After Amnesty Bill


This is great. Lots of facts and interesting points here.
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In May 2012, the Obama re-election campaign released a slideshow titled, “The Life of Julia” which promoted the idea that government programs and President Obama’s agenda items were critical to the success of a hypothetical female named Julia. The campaign effort received a lot of criticism from both conservatives and liberals and led to many parodies. The original version was quickly taken down after the election.

We created a new version that asks one question: What would the Schumer-Rubio amnesty bill look like from the perspective of an illegal alien named Julia? Click below to find out:



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