Thursday, September 9, 2010

Michelle Says Yes We Can

Yes we can...support our troops now. Michelle Obama asks us to "Support our troops "NOW" and into the future". I guess many of us have screwed up by supporting our brave men and women in the military during previous presidential administrations. Thanks to Michelle for the clarification...bitch! Yeah, I said it. Unfriend me if you can't handle it. It's all good in the Milblog Hood. Here's the video...

3 comments:

USA_Admiral said...

She should be seen and not heard. I can't stand anymore of her. At least she was not wearing that other stuff she thinks is high fashion.

The_Kid said...

You know I hate to just rag on her because she's such such a visible icon of what the democrat party has devolved to, and risk sounding like those slobbering spittle-mouthed adolescent assholes over at kos or the du who went off on bush 24 hours a day for 8 years. But I can't stay silent on this one.

It is so obvious that that little speech was the most insincere piece of shit - written-strike that- slapped together by probably some 20 something year old member of her 22 person staff of ass kissing assistants, that it's not even funny.

She couldn't give a rats ass Then or Now or into the future.

Want proof? Here it is. When these people want to do something like the HC bill, they drag some old lady out of the woodwork to parade around while they talk about how she's been denied health care, and how doctors have tried to cut her limbs off when she only needed something for her flu.

Michelle couldn't be bothered to come up with one story about one Iraq or Afghanistan veteran who has had to deal with some hardship to Make it Real. Just a bunch of nothing pouring off her racist anti-American, probably don't even know someone anywhere near their circle of people, in the service, lips.

What an insult these assholes are.

Joanie said...

I think I'll show my support as I always have on my own blog and flickr account and NOT on the White House site. I don't want anyone to think they prompted me to do what I do in any way, shape, or form.