In May, Obama’s campaign launched a website called "The Life of Julia" intended to persuade female voters by illustrating how the president's policies might aid a woman at different stages of her life, from ages 3 to 67.

Conservatives, including GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, roundly mocked the illustration last year. At the time, Rep. Paul RyanPaul RyanSenate feels pressure for summer healthcare vote What to watch for in new healthcare score Overnight Finance: Inside Trump's first budget | 66 programs on the chopping block | Hearing highlights border tax divide | Labor to implement investment adviser rule MORE (R-Wis.), who would later become the GOP vice presidential nominee, said the website “suggests that this woman can’t go anywhere in life without Barack ObamaBarack ObamaMcCain decries 'media frenzy' around Capitol Pope Francis gave Trump 2015 encyclical on climate change How Trump plans to remake the lower courts MORE’s government-centered society. It’s kind of demeaning to her.”

“The Real Julia has been crushed by the Democrats’ failed policies, and she’s not alone,” the NRCC said in a blog post. “The bad news for the DCCC is that this is a perfect illustration of the desperation Obama’s economy has placed on Americans looking for work.”

The “real” Julia’s resume includes her “unemployment background,” with entries that include “ObamaCare kills my job — March 2012-present” and “The stimulus that never happened — January 2009-2010.”

A source at the DCCC said the NRCC party crashers never entered the building or dropped off the fake resumes, although according to NRCC photos, some posed outside.

"Thanks to Democrats' failed economic policies, the line was too damn long to wait around to fully humiliate the DCCC," explained a NRCC spokesman.

The DCCC and NRCC have been trading shots this week in honor of the newly convened 113th Congress. The NRCC sent 10 potentially vulnerable House Democrats a fake "retirement package" brochure on Thursday, and the DCCC on the same day sent new House Republicans a “Tea Party membership card” that entitled them to such made-up membership rights as the “authority to create and/or ignore any national crisis."

Updated at 5:33 p.m.