Julia is developing into an intellectual force of nature. She’s reading her first books, memorizing all 50 states and is so maternal, she tucks in her wooden train cars by laying them on their sides and covering them with a square of toilet paper.
Julia is at the top of her class through years of hard work and preparation for college knowing she wants to be a teacher someday. She achieves high SAT scores on her own merits.
Julia prepares for her first 2 years at Community College with the intent of transferring to an affordable university to complete her teaching degree. Her parents work very hard to pay tuition for her and her brother.
Julia falls into the vast majority of young people who are healthy and require no emergency health care. She exercises and lives a healthy lifestyle because she knows what lies ahead. Julia does not concern herself with Ledbetter Act because she knows her skills will fetch the same compensation as her male colleagues. What residual loans Julia may carry into her adult life will be reimbursed in structured payments just like her parents did. Julia understands that expensive medications are readily available at discount prices through private corporations which helps her save money.
Julia has been working for 6 years as a teacher, has married and decided to start a family. She works as long as she feels it is safe for her and her baby while taking prenatal vitamins and getting prenatal care from the Obstetrician of her choice. She takes sabbatical to give her newborn the best start at life she possibly can. When her husband opts to work, Julia takes a long term leave of absence to raise her child.
When Julia’s daughter Victoria starts Kindergarten she is a shining example of what a great teacher her mother has been. Julia looks forward to nurturing Victoria through the coming years of learning and developing with a sense of self confidence that eludes many children coming out of the government programs.
Julia takes a part time job teaching at a charter school for gifted children. She also teaches part time for an internet based curriculum so that she may be home for her daughter’s return from school each day.
Julia chuckles at the memories of her late father’s warnings of Medicare and Social Security being insolvent for her retirement. Her favorite stories were underscored by how made he got when talking about the “Boomers” whoever they were.
Julia teaches part time at the same Community College where she got her start to help make ends meet. She saved enough and has a small pension from her years of teaching. She spends her free time with her grandchildren knowing that she wouldn’t have changed a thing about how she lived her life free of government assistance.
Mr Obama, my Julia will never serve under you. She is far too bright, compassionate and capable to fall into the trap of government entitlements which progressives use to lure so many away from their dreams early on in life. My Julia is the future of how this nation shall be rebuilt to it’s former glory.