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  "I thought they were talking about Michelle Obama."

Here is a nice piece of modern Americana. After a 'debunking' review of R-con anti Hillary robotics, in response to her high approvals. The host, with Angela Rye and Patricia Murphy, share current thoughts and review positive stats on the hope of US President, who is female.

At the end The Rev reveals a new teasing wrinkle.

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    Here, the host takes the heat off Hillary and shifts it to the First Lady. Peaking ahead of the process is an issue.  
   With Mrs. Obama? Well.. The very thought. Is? Enough. To say.  'R-cons,  Don't get too rough with Mrs. Clinton. Or else?'
   'Mrs. Obama does not want the job.' Even though..  some may want her more.
       Just like Senator Clinton. Who, also has not yet decided to run. Indeed at this point, she may be ' too good for the job.' Would Oprah run for President. Even Jim Demint quit the Senate.  Folk sense, 'These jobs may not be what they used to be.'  
      Part of the first couple's charm? They have made the Executive office broadly familiar, through changing times, while leaning forward to the world and emerging markets.
    There is a sense, of stability growth and comfort, about them.


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  •  Our current two term First Lady has been and (1+ / 0-)
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    currently is doing an amazingly good job that the press may sometimes ignore, but history will hopefully remember.  She has more than earned all our respect.

    rabble rabble rabble

    by jwinIL14 on Thu May 02, 2013 at 11:36:43 PM PDT

  •  There's a long-standing tradition for the (1+ / 0-)
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    wives to step into the husband's position. It's been my thinking that the 22nd Amendment needs to be amended to read no more than two consecutive terms, to make it possible to re-hire someone who's done a good job. In the mean time, michelle talk would drive the Cons up the wall.
    On the positive side, Madam Obama has more administrative experience than her spouse and is probably smarter when it comes to money management.

    We organize governments to deliver services and prevent abuse.

    by hannah on Fri May 03, 2013 at 02:29:49 AM PDT

  •  Michelle for House or Senate (0+ / 0-)

    I think it would be great if she continued in public life, but let's see her serve an apprenticeship of some sort before we start talking about her as a Presidential candidate.

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