The Unclaimable Dependent

Much has been rightly said against the Obama composite construct, Julia. Yet, most of these complaints, though utterly valid, miss one main point, that of who will be forced with the threat of violence to pay for the comfortable and totally secure life of Julia.

Obama's Julia, The Uninvited Guest and Unclaimable Dependent
No, You Can’t Claim Julia As A Dependent!

It is one thing for a man or woman, in the fictional case of Julia, to enter into bondage and dependence of their own accord. It is quite another for the government to rule that we, the People must pay for her upkeep and comfort from cradle to grave.

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