What a great First Lady! Michelle Obama has poise, grace, humility, wit, smarts and charm. She has represented our country so well. I can’t think of enough good things to say about her and the first family.

They will be sorely missed.

4 thoughts on “Michelle Obama: What a Great First Lady!

  1. Paul

    Wrong, she has really only served herself while in office. Her crusade was fitness and wellness, this allowed her to mainly focus on her fitness and wellness. She made sure to model fitness by having taxpayers pay for her to go to the most exclusive fitness clubs in DC. To get her message out she often hung out and worked out with celebrities. Did she affect any real change? No kids are fatter, especially poor kids, there is less gym and recess, but look she got to go on tv.

    1. She set a good example and encouraged kids and adults.

      I doubt seriously if the first lady went to all the exclusive fitness clubs. Where is your documentation. Are you an Obama hater?

  2. Jerome Doublas

    I think that Michelle Obama had a very noble cause she was advocated for as first lady, childhood obesity. It’s going to be a huge public health issue going forward and I applaud her for trying to take it on. I may not agree with her approach on the issue but applaud her nonetheless for bringing it into the public consciousness.

    “What a great First Lady! Michelle Obama has poise, grace, humility, wit, smarts and charm. She has represented our country so well. I can’t think of enough good things to say about her and the first family.”

    In my honest opinion this is a bit overboard. Remember that when her husband was elected she famously announced that it was “the first time in her adult life she was proud of her country”. Then to bookend her husbands Presidency, in an interview just a few weeks after Trump won the election, the said that “Americans now know what it’s like not to have hope”.

    The fact that the first time she was ever proud of her country is when her husband was elected and then upon him leaving office Americans now have no hope doesn’t look like “poise, grace, humility, wit, smarts and charm” to me… but that is just my two cents.

    1. I believe she misspoke. You left out the word “really.” Slight alteration.

      Also, she spoke while he was running, Feb. 2008. Her husband had months to go before he would be elected.

      I can forgive a gaffe. At least she didn’t get off a bus saying she would just grab some dude by the dick….

      I didnt hear her say there was no hope. Where did she make these comments?

      I think she has been a lovely first lady. Both she and Laura Bush were poised, gracious, and elegant.

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