Obama is out to outgive Romney in the big government game!!!

Real Time with Bill Maher March 16 2012 – Alexandra Pelosi Interviews Welfare Recipients in NYC

Published on Mar 18, 2012 by

Real Time with Bill Maher March 16 2012 – Alexandra Pelosi Interviews Welfare Recipients


Alexandra Pelosi (Nancy’s daughter) did a great job of showing in this clip on Bill Maher’s show on how many people who receive welfare benefits are really able bodied people who have no desire to get a job. Some of them have mutiple children with several women and many of them feel that they are owed their benefits by Obama because they voted for him. Dan Mitchell does a great job below showing the mentality of Obama’s re-election campaign which encourages people to add up all the benefits people can get from big government and how they can outgive Romney!!!

Back in 2010, I declared that Olga Stefou was a symbol of everything that’s wrong with the Greek welfare state.

She was one of the protesters and – if the story captured her thoughts accurately – she displayed an unlimited entitlement mentality. Sort of helps one understand why this cartoon is so accurate.

Now we have an American version of Olga. Her name is Julia, and she is just as much of a moocher.

The good news, though, is that Julia is only a make-believe leech. She’s been created by the Obama campaign to show how big government can provide cradle-to-grave handouts.

The full series can be found at this link, and here’s a screenshot of the handouts that Julia might take at age 31.

Poor Julia is getting mercilessly mocked as everything from a deadbeat to a New Soviet Woman. But I realize my circle of friends, acquaintances, and contacts are not a representative sample.

So I do wonder whether this new gimmick from the Obama campaign will be successful. If it does work, it will show that this Chuck Asay cartoon was depressingly prescient. Heck, this cartoon about government as Santa Claus also will be accurate.

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