And we thought Barack was bad

So, in case you were curious: Michelle Obama is in the Middle East on another taxpayer-funded junket disguised as an education initiative.

Michelle is traveling to countries that stone women for being raped to lecture them about “letting girls learn.”

And yesterday, while in Qatar — the new home of Radio Shack Ahmed — Michelle gave a long, meandering speech about “letting girls learn” and “gender disparity” in which she prattled on about herself.

Michelle referred to herself 81 times.

Eighty-one times.

And we thought Barack was bad.

You see, in addition to lacking self-awareness, Michelle, like Barry, lacks that muscle in your brain that enables you to put the difficulties and hardships of others into perspective.

I mean, what’s a little female genital mutilation compared to the troubles Michelle has seen in her life?

What’s being forced into marriage as a young girl and kept under a burka until the day you die compared to shtruggling to be taken seriously as a girl at Princeton and Harvard?

So back when I was a girl, even though I was bright and curious and I had plenty of opinions of my own, people were often more interested in hearing what my brother had to say. And my parents didn’t have much money; neither of them had a university degree. So when I got to school, I sometimes encountered teachers who assumed that a girl like me wouldn’t be a good student. I was even told that I would never be admitted to a prestigious university, so I shouldn’t even bother to apply.

Oh, boo hoo hoooooooo.

Michelle is so self-centered that she never ceases to make everything about her.

And we thought Barack was bad

Now, I happen to be about the same age as Michelle. Neither of my parents went to college. In fact, I was the first college graduate in my family. I was “bright and curious” and did quite well in high school. I, like Michelle, have a brother. And I can tell you nobody ever said to me, “Golly, Dianny. We don’t really care what you think. What does your brother think?”

But really, who gives a crap?

What the hell does that have to do with little girls in the Middle East being sold into sex slavery, beaten, mutilated, raped and murdered by throwback, twelfth century religious kooks?

Absolutely nothing.

Only Michelle Obama could stand in a country known for this kind of brutal and vile treatment of women and complain about how “horribly” she was treated in the freest nation on earth.

I can’t help but be embarrassed by Michelle and Barack in that cringeworthy way that makes me deeply uncomfortable.

This is America’s “good will ambassador.” A self-centered, oblivious crybaby who is completely incapable of what we on Planet Earth call “empathy,” “compassion” and “perspective.”

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5 thoughts on “And we thought Barack was bad

  • November 5, 2015 at 10:17 am

    She and her Husband are PATHETIC! I reckon she just had to go out on a political crusade since her equally pathetic #SAVE OUR GIRLS, and School
    Lunch Directives failed so miserably. Does this trip count towards her vacation miles and wasted $$$,$$$,$$$. Was Valerie Jarret with her? Probably in another area of the luxurious palace, briefing her Muslim Brotherhood handlers and getting her new orders. I fear that this kind of “news” will not end once the Obamas are kicked/dragged out of the White House. Like the Clinton Cartel, they will stay in the limelight for decades. They will probably be dead broke too. What a mess!!

  • November 5, 2015 at 12:06 pm

    Notice how covered up she is? Wouldn’t want to offend any Muslims, now would we?

    • November 5, 2015 at 6:21 pm

      Not covered up enough in my opinion.

  • November 5, 2015 at 4:17 pm

    I don’t care what Michelle or her brother’s opinions are. And if she was bright and curious as a little girl it sure faded in adulthood. She’s about as bright as a rhinestone ring in a bubble gum machine.

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