by West Central Tribune
March 13, 2012 at 4:45 am in West Central Tribune
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) First lady Michelle Obama is coming to Minnesota Friday to meet with National Guard families. Continue Reading
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Good for Mrs Obama , local DFLers and for Minnesota for her coming .I wouldn’t like to find out if she needs her 27 ‘attendees ‘ plus and her hair dresser and the one that takes care of her nails. Even tho— she will give a speech to the members of Democrat National Committee along with her N.G. commitment , the taxpayers will pick up all her cost. i e Labor , plane , guards, housing, food and so on and so forth. The invoice to the American public will be just short of $300,000.00 . Lots of money for a campaign trip, even if some civic duty is performed.
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It is being reported that Michelle Obama will be on the David Letterman show next Monday.
This is the same David Letterman who said, on air, that Sarah Palin reminds him of a “slutty flight attendant”. And when Ms. Palin attended a Yankee game in June of 2009 with her 14 year old daughter, who “joked” that:
“One awkward moment for Sarah Palin at the Yankee game; during the seventh inning, her daughter was knocked up by Alex Rodriguez”
But, in the world of Democrats and their Accomplice Media, that apparently does not disqualify the first lady of the United States from appearing on the show.
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I’m confused, jeff.
Just why should the First Lady be ‘disqualifed’ from being on Letterman?
Because he didn’t say anything insulting about her? After all, what he did say about Palin WAS based in fact, if not all that tasteful.
Maybe you should stop listening to your mentor, ‘carl’ and his version of logic?
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