Michelle Obama trails dozens of servants around with her and spends millions of dollars on vacations. She lives like a queen but is forgiven like a poor servant girl just because she is black. But she is not part of the black community. Her house is white.
Barack Obama was once very popular. Now, not so much. Michelle Obama was once the darling of the press. Who knows why? When her husband was running for office the first time, she was infamous for saying, that she was proud of America “for the first time in my adult life.” You mean, she was never proud of the greatest country in the world until they fulfilled her dreams and made her inexperienced husband president? Is she proud of his failure to revive the economy, his divisiveness and his failure to protect the life of our Ambassador in Libya?
The nation forgave Michelle’s snotty, animosity. She’s known to be bitter. Her face is acid rain. Her scorn falls on you like a harsh sunburn. Who knows why the public forgives her for who she is, her essence, her anger?
At the Hofstra debate the real Michelle surfaces again from the charade. She is caught clapping after an argument between Candy Crowley and Mitt Romney, despite applause being disallowed. It would be bad enough if she applauded at one of her husband’s good comments but no, she applauded at a time when Romney was looking bad. How niggling? How spiteful? How like the real Michelle?
How like the woman who trails dozens of servants around with her and spends millions of dollars on vacations. She lives like a queen but is forgiven like a poor servant girl just because she is black. But she is not part of the black community. Her house is white. She lives in a structure of limitless funds.
She broke the rules by clapping but she feels that she is one of the entitled who deserves to spend the tax payers’ money on herself like a female Zero Mostel—“Flaunt it.” She is the nouveau in nouveau riche.
She applauded Cowley’s defense of her husband’s pretending that he named Benghazi a terrorist attack even though he blamed it on a video. That would be like Pat Nixon applauding her husband’s cover up at Watergate.
Michelle, my belle, the bell tolls for thee and your husband’s jaunt in the White House.