By Judi McLeod Wednesday, September 15, 2010
They’re figuratively mean and mean and kept inspired by the words of a nine-year ago hero who said, “Let’s roll!”
Meanwhile, what’s Barry Soetoro doing? Partying between golf games!
After decreeing that restaurants should take a little butter and cream out of their dishes; use low fat milk fat and provide apple slices or carrots as a “default” side dish on kids menus, Michelle Obama is now making a screed out of salt.
Hard not to side with cheeky Canada Free Press (CFP) columnist Bob Parks who wrote yesterday, “I’d be more inclined to listen to a food meddler who has a little less in the caboose.”
While Mrs. Obama is kicking salt in the same direction as Mr. Edison’s incandescent light bulb, practical Americans are salting the preserves and other foodstuff in preparation for another long winter ahead.
Finding abysmal failure in feeding adults the Fairytale of Socialism, Barack Obama is now spoon-feeding fairytales to the small fry with the children’s’ book Of Thee I Sing: A Letter To My Daughters.
Of Thee I Sing is due to hit the bookstores on November 16. This “tome of wisdom” was already written before his January 2009 inauguration—and get this while proceeds from the book are to go to “a scholarship fund for the children of American soldiers killed and disabled in the wars”, which we now all know are only “oversea contingency operations”, the Obamas declared joint earnings of $5.5 million in 2009—mainly from book sales.
The artist’s illustration on the book jacket for Of Thee I Sing features pictures of the same Obama daughters, for whom the First Couple claimed they wanted protection from the public spotlight.
For anyone interested, Michelle Obama is, too an author. Her 2009 book, Michelle Obama: In Her Own Words lists the author as: “Michelle Obama, Office of the First Lady”.
You might say that the Obamas have first hand experience to write fairytales, which they are living.
Meanwhile, the good news for the Free World comes from knowing that while it’s party time for Barry and Michy, for Americans, it’s survival.