Grace, Class, Elegance lacking in the White House…First Lady

michelleobama, princess, carla bruni
(First Ladies Princess Letizia, Carla Bruni and Michelle Obama)

Apparently living in the most coveted home in the United States, many think in the world, is not good enough for First Lady Michelle Obama.

Michelle Obama riles up graduates with black power speech.

If Michelle sounds like a radical, black nationalist caught in the grip of a fanatical, anti-American, anti-white ideology, it’s because she is one. The First Lady’s transparent manipulation of clueless blacks this past weekend in Alabama would be comical if her black brothers and sisters weren’t killing each other at alarming rates (including aborted babies).

Mrs. Obama, a former corporate lawyer raised by middle-class parents, then a University of Chicago Medical Center administrator involved in patient dumping of poor, black patients, and finally, a woman who shares power in the White House with a millionaire Chicago slumlord, had the audacity to tell the graduates:

The road ahead is not going to be easy. It never is, especially for folks like you and me. Because while we’ve come so far, the truth is those age-old problems are stubborn, and they haven’t fully gone away.

Well, she certainly comes off like a Rev. Jeremiah Wright disciple.

The Obama’s are in such a unique situation, one where they are able to provide inspiration and hope to all minorities worldwide, yet they choose to play the victim……filled with anger and entitlement.

Why didn’t the first lady share the reason why she got into Princeton was probably because of affirmative action? The reason she became an associate at a law firm was probably because of diversity — that they needed a woman. I’m not saying she wasn’t qualified. But they needed a woman, and a woman of color. That’s a twofer. Not saying she wasn’t qualified. Instead she talked about the negative parts of America. Now, do we have a level playing field in America? No. Is racism alive? Yes. Is sexism still alive? Yes. But being the first black first lady, I would have expected a more positive message.


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