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Another Obama tall tale: “The Life of Julia”

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By Michelle Malkin  •  May 3, 2012 11:57 AM

What did I say yesterday?

For the Left: Through narrative, all things are possible. If the White House just keeps telling enough stories, Team Obama thinks it can spin its way into a second term in office.

Today’s fable comes in the form of a slick web feature at BarackObama.com called “The Life of Julia.”

Twitchy has the rundown and rejoinders against the Nanny State here.

This part really made my stomach turn:

In the real world, Internet entrepreneurs (myself included) launch web businesses without the SBA’s “help” and want only one thing — for Obama and his wealth-confiscators to leave us the hell alone. I’ve founded three web ventures without a penny of taxpayer money or government venture socialism and I will make sure to show my kids “The Life of Julia” to teach them how NOT to lead their lives tethered to the Nanny State.

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