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Revealing their “personal side”

MO says she couldn’t possibly run for “office” because she lacks “patience”. It never occurred to her she also might lack the experience necessary to be the next President. After all, the US electorate voted in the most inexperienced -resident in its history. It could also be said humility is also not part of MO’s make-up. Why would she even think the “office” referred to was the Presidency? Not to be outdone by MO’s ego, Obama said he just came along on the ‘View’ interview to be “eye candy” for the crowd. Really? The supposed leader of the free world thinks he’s “eye candy”? MO regaled with little anecdotes saying she has the best job,

The serious stuff is something the First Lady  says she is glad she doesn’t have to deal with directly.

‘I have the best job,’ she said. ‘I love what  I do, meeting wonderful people… spending my days hula-hooping. It’s hard for  me know know what that struggle [as the President] is.’

Spending her days “hula hooping”? Oh pleeeeze!

Both of them need a reality check, neither one are that great to look at and their attitudes demean us all.

We found out BO likes to “lavish” MO with all kinds of attention “when she deserves it” (which is all the time). But, we also know she likes being lavished with taxpayer funded paycayshuns, really cool parties with the Hollywood and other entertainment elites and, lots of expensive haute couture clothing, jewelry, and food. And, of course, their exclusive travel arrangements using AF1 and 2 for personal gratification.  Nothing but the best for this couple, as long as they spend your money and not theirs. Now, why might you ask, is MO looking so very happy on the ‘View’? Why, she attended an extravagant and exclusive party at the UN after BO’s ideologic appeaser speech. Obama  tells United Nations it is ‘time to heed the words of Gandhi’, condemns  ‘disgusting’ anti-Islam video and insists ‘Muslims have suffered the most at the  hands of extremism’.
When asked about his post-presidential plans BO had this to say:

Mr Obama was also questioned about  his  post-presidential plans. ‘What are you going to do with the rest of  your life?’  Ms Walters asked him.

‘Well, you know, first things first  here,’  Obama quipped. ‘There’s all kinds of things I want to do in the  second term;  putting folks back to work, making sure our schools are up  to  snuff.’

‘And then?’ Ms Walters  persisted.

‘You know, in a post-presidency, the thing  that I think I would enjoy most is spending time working with kids,’ Mr Obama  said.

‘I love teaching, I miss teaching, and you  know, I’m not sure it would necessarily be in a classroom, but the idea of being  able to go around in various cities and helping to create mentorships, and  apprenticeships, giving young people the sense of possibility and opportunity,  and using whatever spotlight I can to show how much incredible talent there is  out there.’

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In other words, making as much money possible, screwing up as many kids as possible for his ideological bent.

Just in case you need to be reminded of the costs having the Obamas in the White House I refer you to this article and all the links at the end of it. Most transparent administration ever hides costs of their taxpayer funded paycayshuns, and those of their children, because they don’t have to answer to the ‘little people’ who pay for all their extravagance.  It is sickening to hear those two talk about all the ‘sacrificin’ we are supposed to be up for when they do none at all for the sake of the taxpayer purse. We expect our First Family to have certain perks but, also to be mindful of how they spend our money. With a 16 trillion dollar deficit, lavish parties for Hollywood seem a little over the top. We do understand why there is a need for State dinners, we don’t understand why we need to pay for lavish vacations for the First Family. Is it any wonder we feel like an ATM? All we really want is a little consideration for the plight of our country. When the President says we need to sacrifice due to the economic situation the country is in, we expect them to also sacrifice for the good of the country. They have not, nor do they intend on doing, what they expect of us.

Electing Mitt Romney is absolutely a change I can believe in. It is very doubtful, from his background, we will be treated with the contempt and disdain we have experienced during the Obama sojourn in the White House.

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  1. I don’t feel sorry for Hillary because she is neck-deep in all this garbage. But I have to wonder what she thinks of MO. Hillary was a trailblazer for post-WH First Ladies. She came close to the big prize herself. Laura Bush was a wonderful FLOTUS, but very much a traditional one. It must burn Hillary up to see this grifter pretending to be worthy of an office when she has never worked for anything in her life. Not a fan of HC but I have to give her credit for busting her butt (for the most part) to get where she is. Wellesley, Yale Law, Practicing attorney, Senator, Secretary of State…

    • I may not agree with Clinton politically, but she did earn her way unlike the affirmative action queen.

  2. Lynn, For the life of me, I can’t understand why O is even competitive, polls aside, especially in Ohio.. Admittedly I don’t know much about Ohio, but do you have a huge minority population ? Ohioans whom I’ve known were always filled with common sense and a great work ethic.
    Being from upstate N.Y., I always thought we had more in common with Ohio and Pa. than N.Y.City. After I went to school in NYC I Knew I was correct.
    I do know Fl. and I honestly think it will go to Romney, not S.E. Fl. necessarily, but certainly the rest of the State..
    Maybe I need to get out more….[sigh]

    • Living on the North Coast. The county is heavily Democratic and since it is part of the Western Reserve it has been liberal since the 1800s. Kent, where BO is today, is very heavily Liberal particularly the university group. Having said all that, OH unemployment has dropped a full one point from the national unemployment. I credit John Kasich for it.
      The polls today from WaPo, CBS, Quinniapac are Dem + 10 not exactly a reflection of the State that has voted in a majority Repub legislature and Governor. Also a Repub Senator in Portman and possibly another in Josh Mandel. Most of OH voters are Indies, they can swing either way.
      One thing I have noticed is the lack of BO enthusiasm here in a Dem run city. No yard signs, no bumper stickers, it’s weird.

    • Another thought, if BO was up by 10 why would he be spending so much time in OH. It doesn’t make sense and defies logic.

    • To answer the question on minority population, yes, in Cleveland the population is majority black and Hispanic running a close second. We have lost 500,000 in population in the last 20 years, mostly middleclass white and, in the last decade, mostly middleclass blacks have left for the burbs. The public school system is the main reason for the flight to the burbs.

  3. Francine

    From White House Insider, internal polling shows tighter race than media spin:

    • I know it’s closer here then they are saying. BO is only up by 1 point.

  4. srdem65
    • We pay for a dog handler? $102,000 for a dog handler?
      We were right! those two do use us as an ATM, and abuse their position. Damn…..

    • The Original

      Here is something I didn’t know . . .

      ‘The president can vacation for free at Camp David: Gray writes that each round trip made to Camp David costs the taxpayers $25,350. It’s also estimated that the combined transportation and personnel costs for a Camp David visit are $295,000 per night.’

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      • The Original

        Oh, and by the way . . . can you imagine how much it costs when they vacation elsewhere?

  5. And on the fashion front, I really like that green dress in the picture. Very classic.

    • Hi Tanna….missed you! 🙂

      • Howdy. I’ve been lurking- been double timing work, so I’ve had no time to really read and post.

  6. Now we hear from Dearbornistan….
    “While we condemn violence against innocent Americans abroad, we equally condemn the continuing efforts by misguided individuals to hurt the religious feelings of Muslims,” he said in the statement.”

    Yes, because murdering innocent people is just the same as hurting “religious feelings”. /s

  7. Mia Love taking the lead….gotta love it
    On the darker side, receives ugly mail

    • Astroserf

      She is such a lovely little person of course the Lib-tards are going to dislike her being a Repub.

  8. Follow the money…it tells you what BO is and why he takes a lax view of Islamists and blames the US….also the reason to let the New Black Panthers off the hook for voter intimidation..

    […]So let’s get this straight: Our President may have deep ties (personal and financial) not only to black nationalist extremists, but also wealthy Arabs who publicly floated the idea of financing, among other projects, the top-flight education of young black Americans who might (hopefully) one day share their hatred of America?[…]

    • Robin H

      Ick. Did you catch the part about modeling? That’s probably why she thinks she’s hot stuff now. Doesn’t she realize things you do in your 20’s may not be appropriate in your 40’s?

  9. Governor and Mrs. Romney being targeted for being on “soft” entertainment shows…meanwhile the POTUS appears on the View instead of being seriously concerned about National Security issues or meeting world leaders. BO is the -resident, Romney isn’t…maybe they should have given Romney the opportunity to make a speech and meet with world leaders…IMHO more would have been accomplished
    […]As heads of government arrived in New York on Monday to attend the opening of the United Nations General Assembly, President Obama also made his way to Manhattan but to see a different group of world leaders: Barbara, Elisabeth, Joy, Sherri and Whoopi.

    It bordered on scandalous that Obama, joined by the first lady, would make time to sit down with the women of “The View” even as he declined foreign leaders’ requests to meet with him one on one in New York this week. (He left that menial task to his secretary of state.)[…]

  10. Well, I have gone and done it…turned a Dem into an absolute Indie..she isn’t voting for BO and she’s black (well, not black, high red) but, she told me everything I’ve told her is the truth cause she looked it up. She’s also not happy her kids aren’t getting decent food at lunch. 😀
    Sometimes it just takes a little push to win big.

  11. Losing the vote… 😀
    “Sixty-seven percent of small business owners say market uncertainty is too great to hire new workers or expand their business. Sixty-nine percent of respondents directly blame the Obama administration’s burdensome regulatory policies for damaging small business and manufacturing.”

    • this is the Sh*t I contend with…can’t make this stuff up..

      • I saw this on Weasel Zippers…was just going to post it here…I guess you have a little more work to do. 🙂

        • There’s no helping that kind of entitlement mindset. Subsidized life from the “government”, too stupid to know her neighbors pay for everything she gets. I despise ignorance and she is the kind of ignorant I contend with every single day of my life. 😦

      • Waiting for 2012

        It would be nice if that woman could speak coherently. She ought to place more importance on getting an education than getting a cell phone. Of course, maybe she IS right–her wiilingess to be a slave to the government has paid off for her. She’s willing to trade her soul to the devil for an iPhone–what has our country come to?

        • She thinks the louder she talks the more she knows. Games the system and has nothing, trust me. Her kids will grow up and be just like her, stupid and incoherent.

  12. Francine
    • Explain to me how the hell anyone can raise taxes on people who do not work and have no money…it’s downright embarrassing. Total ignorants on display.

  13. LOL :D…4,900 Democrats disappeared from the Dem voter rolls in OH.

    • Astroserf

      Keep up the good work Lynn II

  14. srdem65

    This is the future of the entitlement society, where parents no longer control their children. If you’ve never been to East St Louis (different than St Louis) let me describe it; abandoned workplaces, factorys, homes, junk autos litter the streets, run down homes, no retail stores and no grocery stores. The racial makeup is almost 90% Af Am.

    I understand what the Mayor is trying to do, but it put a chill down my spine when I read this article. Somewhere in this piece, the Mayor threatens to arrest, ARREST, anyone who does not have a photo ID, they will ARREST any child under the age of 17 who is not in school during the day, and will ARREST any child outside their home after 10pm. The police will arrest you if you wear red or blue clothing.

    This is the scariest thing I have ever heard happening in America. The worst.

    • it may sound horrible but, if you lived in a rathole you want to eliminate some of the rats. We have a curfew for kids here as well. They do curfew sweeps and parents get one warning if their kids are caught up. Mostly the local authorities are doing it to keep the younger ones away from the older gangbangers. The older guys get the younger ones to sell crack or heroin for them. Juvies don’t go to prison for dealing as a rule. They even sell guns for the older guys. We’re talking kids 10 to 14 years old. Scary stuff in a lot of the urban areas.

      • srdem65

        Sometimes I forget that being raised in a small town, and then living mostly in suburbs that things are different inside the big cities. Even today, I live in a suburb of Phoenix in a working class neighborhood that is so quiet and peaceful flashing red lights from an emergency vehicle brings everyone outside to see if we can help because it means that someone had a medical emergency or there was a fire. Not a murder or a drug bust or a drive-by shooting.

        My neighborhood is integrated, Whites, Blacks, Hispanics and a very nice lady from the South Seas whose English isn’t the best (that’s why I don’t know what island she’s from). The worst mishap was when a three yearold went missing and everyone was out searching every bush, garage, shed and even under cars. The little darling was found sleeping in the familiy’s dog’s little house…all warm and protected by the family dog.

        • I moved to the city from the burbs. It was too vanilla for me, too mall like an atmosphere. There are many gentrification projects going on and we now have resources. We have made an major effort to make big changes. Those who don’t fit into the lifestyle of the area don’t stay too long. The biggest problem we have is the “meet ups” when people not from this area meet to do their business on the boulevard one street over. It’s close to the freeway. Landlords know the rest of us have zero toleration for anyone who would cause trouble or harm. It’s gotten to be a close knit neighborhood.

        • Integration wasn’t the problem here, the thugs were. They had to go.

  15. Winner of the week…interim president of Libya, Mohammed Magarief, who had enough spine to stand up to the US and said the attack at the consulate had nothing to do with the movie. The administration called him a liar and said they knew more than he did about his country.

    Loser of the week…David Petreaus…carrying the water for The Won. I used to respect him…no more. He should resign as head of the CIA…sure, go to Princeton…and good riddance

  16. srdem65

    I can’t help but smile; students making videos of themselves ‘starving’ because of Michelle’s school lunches and now the high school students in NewJersey are having a boycott of the whole school lunch today. And they’re all blaming it on Michelle Obama……hee hee.

    oops, sorry. I know the kids are hungry and that’s not funny but….snort.
    Way to go kids!

    • It’s all over Facebook too! Our high schooler is getting an inkling. If they go for it, I’m supporting them…not MO. 😀

      • The beginnings of a whole new generation of Libertarians!

  17. Carole

    School lunches were terrible before and most students threw them into the garbage can at my school. From what I read the students think it is not enough food or they are not happy that certain items have been taken off the menu such as chicken nuggets.

    • srdem65

      We all know what kids will eat and what they won’t. Some kids need lots of calories when they’re in their growth spurts or active in sports, some kids are picky eaters that make you wonder how they survive. I know, I had them all.

      It just makes me happy that the heat is on Michelle Obama and these kids are finding out the hard way what it means when government takes over our lives. Lesson learned!

  18. srdem65

    Watching FOX news following a car-jacker somewhere in Phoenix and the most awful thing; the man stepped out of the stolen car, ran a bit, then shot himself in the head.
    All of this on TV and I can’t stop crying for the shock of it.
    I am truly shaken by this.

    • The Original

      I saw that as well. Wonder why he would shoot himself unless he was facing a murder charge and the death penalty.

      • srdem65

        I finally calmed down. What a shock.

        • I saw it, too. Srdem, I’m sorry you were so shaken. My thoughts were…if this punk hadn’t car-jacked a car at gun point, shot at the cops, and then continued for over an hour on the interstate at speeds over 100 mph, putting hundreds of lives at risk (passing on the right/left), he’d be alive tonight. I thought the coverage from a helicopter high above wasn’t that graphic. I hope you’re okay…tea and Jack!

          • srdem65

            After the shock of seeing him kill himself, I thought how disturbed he must have been.
            He wasn’t going to jail for life or get the death penalty for a car-jacking, so to take his life must have been desperation.

            First it was Jack Ruby shooting LeeHarveyOswald, then the plane hitting the TwinTower and the people seeming to float down to their deaths and now this.
            I’ll be OK.

          • Well…at least his victims aren’t dead…that would be a good thing.

  19. Jay Leno? “I love how the politicians capitalize on this kind of thing,” teased Leno. “Like the minute the replacement refs were fired, President Obama said, ‘See, sometimes losing jobs can be a good thing. It’s a good thing.'”

    When the laughter subsided, Leno continued, “A new survey out today shows how much time we waste every day in our lives. For example, we waste seven minutes in line every time we go to get coffee, 28 minutes getting through airport security, four years waiting for Obama to do something about the economy. Every year, we waste a lot. We wasted a lot of time.”

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