“Let me tell you something. For the first time in my adult life, I am proud of my country”. Michelle Obama, February 2008
FoxNews.com reports that
Former first lady Michelle Obama got political during a chat at a women’s leadership conference Thursday, likening her husband’s presidency to having “the good parent at home” opposed to what she called the “other parent,” referring to President Trump.
Barack was like the “responsible parent — the one who told you to eat your carrots and go to bed on time,” the former first lady said at the Simmons Leadership Conference in Boston, clearing her throat. “And now perhaps we have the other parent in the house.”
Obama suggested those who voted for Trump did so because they thought it’d be “fun.”
“We thought it’d feel fun — maybe it feels fun for now because we can eat candy all day and stay up late and not follow the rules,” she continued. “And we’re going to at that point in time look at those two experiences and see how we feel.”
Earlier, the 54-year-old said her husband was “born” with patience and applauded his temperament.
“We’re at a point in time where we have to figure out who we want to be as a nation, and we’ve had two stark examples of what we can be,” Obama said. “I certainly know what direction I want to go.”
The former first lady then went on to praise Hillary Clinton, who she deemed “the best qualified candidate” in the 2016 presidential race. She blamed poor voter turnout for Clinton’s loss, urging young voters to turn out and vote their “interests” in upcoming elections.
“The question is: What’s your interest now, young people?” Obama said. “And we’ve got some clear choices to make.”
Clinton “wasn’t perfect,” Obama admitted.
“But she was way more perfect…” Obama said, pausing with a grin as some audience members laughed and applauded “…than many of the alternatives.”
Most Average American Adults have no need of “parenting” from a President of the United States of America.
Those of us who were fortunate enough to grow up under the tutelage of parents who possessed a moral compass, i.e., the over 75% per cent of Americans who are Christians, were raised to know right from wrong.
They performed the day in and day out duties of proper parenting, including telling us to “eat our carrots and got to bed on time”.
The allusion which you not-so-subtly made was to life under a Nanny State Central Government, one which controls the lives of Americans from cradle to grave.
Which was the kind of Federal Government which you, your husband, and all of the sycophantic legion of Modern American Liberals who licked his Stacy Adams Shoes and placed you on a pedestal tried your best to get Americans to accept and support for 8 long arduous years.
To be blunt, Marxism has failed in every country in which it has been tried. Why did you and your followers, who were supposed to be the smartest people in the room, think that you could make it work here?
As proven on November 6, 2016, you grossly overestimated your collective intelligence and underestimated the intelligence, conviction, and patriotism of average Americans living between the coasts.
You and your husband’s 8-year long impersonation of King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette left a lasting impression on Average Americans. So much so, that when Hillary Clinton ran for President for no other reason than proclaiming that it was “her turn”, “the peasantry” revolted against her and her sense of entitlement.
President Trump was elected President because he spoke to Americans…not down to us.
And, as President, he has not told us to “eat our carrots”, he has instead told us to drink deeply from the wellspring of American Freedom and Opportunity.
President Trump has not treated us like “children” but, instead, he has talked to Americans as an equal about the great heritage of our Sovereign Nation and the bright future ahead of us.
So, “Mooch”, just to let you know, on behalf of other average Americans like myself, who elected President Donald J. Trump,…your opinion means squat.
So, go buy your arugula and Wagyu Steaks on your own dime.
We’re Making America Great Again.
Whether you want it to be or not.
Until He Comes,