Comment by Jim Campbell
The cool thing about comments about Moochelle’s lard ass is that Obama gets his whipped over it continually. Think about it, Moochelle standing in front of a mirror saying “honey do I have a big butt?” What’s Obama going to say? “No honey you have a nice butt.” Even Moochelle knows he’s a pathological liar and wouldn’t believe him. If he tells her the truth, she whips his bony ass and sits on him.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.
Yeah, right… Whatever.
It’s like this: Michelle Obama has made it her business to get up into everyone’s grill about what foods they should and should not eat. Even going so far as to get an expensive ($4.5 billion) and intrusive “Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act” signed into law. Ergo, criticizing the Moochelle’s bad eating habits along with her robust badonkadonk is all about the Obama’s perpetual hypocrisy and would still be the subject of attention even if she was a WASP.
I mean, c’mon, really; if the First Lady was a white drunkard and decided to go on a crusade passing legislation limiting the number of beers one could drink at the local sports bar, would it be racist to point out the inherent hypocrisy in that? I don’t think so.
But, you can’t tell that to a Libtard, that’s for sure. Every single criticism of the Obama’s must somehow be linked to racism; because, after all, in a Libtard’s Lilliputianesque mind, the Obama’s are perfection personified and anyone who doesn’t agree with that sentiment can only be a Right-Wing, Neo-Nazi racist:
Michelle Obama’s backside is your business how?
By Mary C. Curtis – WaPo
Can you imagine how the incident would play out if an African American congressman made a crude remark about First Lady Laura Bush’s body? It certainly would have taken more than an insincere apology to wash that sin away. That scenario never happened — hopefully because those congressmen were raised with a measure of common decency. I know that America’s first family – an image this country presents to the world — is traditionally granted a certain amount of respect across party lines.
Only Wisconsin Republican congressman Jim Sensenbrenner apparently isn’t bound by such traditions. While I suspect he might be the first to defend the honor and dignity of previous First Ladies, he was recently overheard at Washington’s Reagan National Airport loudly criticizing Michelle Obama’s healthy eating initiative: “She lectures us on eating right while she has a large posterior herself.”
What is it about her simple message that gets some folks in such a tizzy? Michelle Obama isn’t advocating a diet of roots and berries, only moderation in a country suffering the effects of an obesity epidemic, with diabetes on the rise in young children. She is sharing the advice in a way that emphasizes healthy eating and exercise, rather than the deprivation diet of a photo-retouched supermodel.
Um… Again, The Moochelle (a.k.a – Chewy Big Butt) isn’t just “sharing advice,” she’s passing expensive and intrusive legislation which seeks to control what schoolchildren can and cannot eat. That’s not “advocating” and, that’s not “sharing advice”; that’s “controlling and enforcing” via the U.S. government.
You would think a message to take a little care with what we consume would be welcomed. But no, folks like Rush Limbaugh and Sensenbrenner prefer to inspect every item the Obamas put on their plates. Those two might better spend that time looking in the mirror, but self-awareness has never been part of their package. Of course, if the first lady were a size 0, they would be saying she encourages anorexia.
Here comes the race card:
Not only is this disrespect crude, it also proves yet again that you can’t go wrong disrespecting a black woman in the United States of America, even if she lives in the White House – and in some constituencies, especially if she lives in the White House. Sensenbrenner’s nasty rant made me sick and sad because it brings to the surface the ugly history of how black women are viewed in America, stereotyped and dehumanized, our bodies everyone’s business except our own.