October 10, 2014

What Michelle Obama Just Said Shows She’s Not “First Lady” Material


In 1994, during an MTV-sponsored event with President Bill Clinton, one teen asked the question that she claimed that the world was “dying to know.”
“Boxers or briefs?” she asked.

Clinton, in one of many un-presidential moments (he had already appeared on Arsenio Hall playing the saxophone), answered the question.

Now, apparently, the question doesn’t even have to be posed before White House occupants share information with the world about their undergarments, according to BizPacReview.

Michele Obama told the world on Wednesday what she was wearing under her dress, whether it was “dying to know” or not. (We’re pretty sure it was the latter.)

In a nation stricken by the threat of terrorist attacks, deadly hemorrhagic fever, and stagnant wages, the first lady was speaking at something called the White House Fashion Education Workshop.
At least she wasn’t thinking up new ways to remove the last vestiges of enjoyment from school lunches.

Addressing “young people interested in the fashion industry,” Obama turned to the creator of Spanx — undergarments designed to make people look more fit than they actually are — as a source of inspiration.

How fitting that Obama should lift up a company whose product is designed for one thing and one thing only — to hide the truth.

After describing the founding of Spanx as an example of perseverance that led to success, Obama shared a little truth of her own.

“And we all wear them – with pride!” she said.

I could have gone my whole life without hearing that, thank you very much.

Click here to find out about another reason why some say Michelle Obama is not fit to be first lady.

And here I was, thinking that Obama appeared to be in shape because of her healthy eating habits. I guess this explains the presence of the 600-calorie honey buns in White House vending machines.
I thought it was for the reporters.


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