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Thursday, December 18, 2014

From Oprah & Michelle: kiss our rings, knaves

  So Michelle Obama's phony Target run in which she was asked to pull down a detergent bottle because she's tall has been hooted and catcalled around the Twitterverse.
  AND it's pretty much been disqualified as true, in comparison with FLOTUS's description of a"feel good" moment on the Letterman show.
  You may not have heard a woman's call to the GB show, claiming to be the sister of the short detergent Target buyer. Here it is from The Blaze, along with the picture of FLOTUS who has changed her story from being "undercover"  to "not highly disguised":

  Soooo sunglasses, cap, hair pulled back, casual clothing pushing a cart at Target.
  Who knew?
  Apparently not the short teacher who's also an Obama voter, according to her sister.
  Now let's remember this.
  White people ushered the Obamas into office. He was reelected.
  They spend millions of Target customers' tax dollars for jet fuel to fly wherever they want around the world, including vacation and fundraisers, sometimes taking separate planes on the same day.
  This "racist" incident reminds me of the Oprah incident in which a shop girl was widely ridiculed, branded racist because she told Oprah the $38,000 hand bag she asked to see was very expensive.
  Oprah interpreted that as racism, which seems to be the de rigueur slur rich people slap at the commoners.
  To say these folks are pampered, overly sensitive, elitists is probably inadequate.
  What on earth can these people be thinking, accusing the working class who are just trying to pay the bills AND their taxes of being racist?
  But it's nice to know that they're looking for menial labor jobs for their daughters, just so they can experience what we commoners experience. Daily Caller:
“We are looking for opportunities for them to feel as if going to work and getting a paycheck is not always fun, not always stimulating, not always fair,” President Obama said in a hard-hitting interview in Parade magazine. “But that’s what most folks go through every single day.”
Michelle Obama also chimed in.
“I think every kid needs to get a taste of what it’s like to do that real hard work,” she said.
“That’s what life is,” the first lady added.
  They say this even though the Obama girls know poverty because they have poor relatives. 
  Let's remember that Oprah is one of the richest people in the US. Likewise the Obamas have raked it in, ever since he was paid to write a "memoir" in his twenties and she, as a state legislator's spouse, was given a $300,000 job for doing just about nothing and sometimes not even showing up for work.
  So, yeah, ladies. Get a grip.
  You ARE the 1%. We're not. 
  But we're not going to kiss your rings or bow to you or accept your petulant, demeaning, condescending charges of racism.
  YOU ARE the 1%.
  You'll never live a life such as we do.  That's fine. Just lay off lobbying for sympathy by  whining and false accusations.

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