Archive for Michelle Obama

Campaign-O-Lanterns

Posted in Humor, Politics with tags , , , , , , , on October 19, 2008 by gyma

Halloween will be here before you know it.  Whether you are an Obama or McCain supporter, you can find a pattern to carve the perfect lantern to decorate your front porch this year.  Click on the graphic for more info.

Silly Fools

Posted in Politics with tags , , , on October 15, 2008 by gyma

This is too funny!  Google “Michelle Obama African Press International” and you’ll find a barrage of silly stories claiming Michelle Obama called API to say roughly ‘Enough is enough.  My husband was born in Hawaii, blah, blah, blah.’

The best, though, is the Townhall blog which kinda sorta believes it but isn’t quite sure if it’s a hoax.  It’s the comments, though, that will make you laugh.  I especially like this one:

This is what Clendon was referring to:

and it just happens to be the Ohio state flag!  These folks really need to take several classes in logic because it’s completely lacking in their thought processes.

[via Balloon Juice]

People’s 10 Best Dressed List

Posted in Entertainment, Politics with tags , on September 17, 2008 by gyma

Michelle Obama was named to People’s 10 Best Dressed List.  Noticeably absent:  Cindy McCain.  I guess money can’t buy everything.  (meow)

Others on the list included Charlize Theron, Kate Hudson, Rihanna, Anne Hathaway, Sarah Jessica Parker, Gwyneth Paltrow, Fergie, Heidi Klum, and Eva Mendes.

I’m not sure I agree with all of these, but what do I know?

I’m sure this is some Communist plot to get the Obamas elected to the White House.

Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Her Strong “Views”

Posted in Politics with tags , , on September 9, 2008 by gyma

I think Hasselbeck is an untalented, vacuous tool who is able to memorize and spout off Republican talking points very well.  Why Barbara Walters allows her to do this is beyond comprehension.  I just emailed the producers of The Viewand told them I felt Hasselbeck needed to be removed from the show or they need to stop discussing politics. 

It seems what Hasselbeck did in this video is in violation of some unwritten rules by which all professionals abide.  Can you imagine how Hasselbeck would have felt had Whoopi Goldberg traveled to the DNC and said something similar about Cindy McCain?  Hasselbeck is like most ill-informed Republicans – she can dish it out, but she can’t take it.

Time for her to go.

Michelle Obama’s Patriotism

Posted in Humor, Politics with tags , , on August 28, 2008 by gyma

The only, only reason I’d ever consider paying for cable TV would be to watch The Daily Show.  But I often can watch the best segments for free on the Internet, so why bother?

If you haven’t seen the sketch about Michelle Obama’s patriotism in response to the Karl Rove criticism, pop over to Crooks & Liars to catch it.  Stewart is a genius, in my opinion.