Michelle Obama doesn’t strike me as a person I would get along with. She’s got the air of someone with a huge chip on her shoulder. To be fair, some people might say the same thing about me.
Interviewed by Ebony magazine, Michelle Obama was in no doubt about life after the November election when voters will decide between her husband and Republican Party — which has set up a website called “Audacity Watch” — that her husband is arrogantly assuming the election is won already. Obama, who is a style icon for her admirers and a lightning rod for conservative critics who question her patriotism, said she embraced the challenge of answering any concerns felt by voters.. “My first job in all honesty is going to continue to be mom-in-chief,” she said, “making sure that in this transition, which will be even more of a transition for the girls… that they are settled and that they know they will continue to be the center of our universe.” Malia Obama, 10, and her sister Sasha, seven, are being brought up with the help of Michelle’s mother as their parents campaign. They would be the youngest residents of the White House since ‘s daughter Amy. Michelle Obama’s certainty of tone could rile some on the right and foster charges by the
I’m in agreement that this election is already as good as won for Barack Obama. I also think Barack Obama is highly likable. That’s why he’s going to win. Michelle Obama is not likable. She seems mean and grumpy. I am not looking forward to being exposed to her opinions for the next four years.