Michelle Says That 2008 Election Was The First Event Which Americans Can Be Proud Of

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11 Responses to Michelle Says That 2008 Election Was The First Event Which Americans Can Be Proud Of

  1. Dave G says:

    that’s perfect! never forget our soldiers

  2. Ivan says:

    Haven’t we seen that video somewhere else today?

    • GoneWithTheWind says:

      I certainly understand that there would be pride for a black person with a newly elected black president. But I suspect this lady has zero idea of what racism is. She is displaying racism and according to everything she ever learned and everything she thinks she knows she is clueless to this simple fact. Can you imagine the uproar when the next president is elected (who will probably not be black) and some “creepy ass cracker” makes a youtube video saying exactly the same things (“except peace out my N____s”)? Racism is racism. I don’t like it from anyone.

  3. Ben Vorlich says:

    Steve
    20 years ago I took my teenage “what’s American ever done for us” sons to the war graves at Omaha Beach. For this citizen of the EU that sacrifice by America is something to be proud of. The phrase was never used again by my sons.

    Thank you America

  4. David A says:

    Yes, sometimes the veneer slips, that comment as well as Rev Wright, Bill Ayers, “fundamentally transform America” and “National Security Force as large and well funded as the US Military”, were all events that should have convinced every rational person to reject this man.

  5. Traitor In Chief says:

    Here’s Moochelle “proudly” enjoying the bounty of her garden…

  6. GoneWithTheWind says:

    Was Michelle not proud that her husband extorted the Chicago hospital to pay here $300,000 for working 20 hour weeks? She took the money like a thief in the night but she wasn’t proud of it. Was she not proud to be selected to attend Princeton and Harvard solely because of her race? I do know that the state of Illinois was not proud because she as a lawyer ‘is on court ordered inactive status’ and not allowed to practice law anywhere. What did she do? It’s a secret and we may never know but the courts thought it was serious enough to disbar her. Maybe she isn’t proud because her husband also had to give up his license under secret circumstances as well. Actually the list of things she is probably not proud of is very long but most of it carefully kept secret.

  7. Traitor In Chief says:

    This is damn funny…

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