Where oh where can anyone possibly get the idea that lantern jawed Michelle Obama is a nasty piece of work?
How can anyone think that Michelle Obama is low class trash that attacks her betters?
Can’t run your own house or the White House can you Scowly? Don’t think for a second we have forgotten or forgiven.
Lantern jawed Michelle Obama and her goofball Lurch of a husband have been protected, and they continue to be protected, by Big Media.
Obama Hopium guzzlers will dispute what we write. “Look at that book about “The Obamas” that just came out” they will say. “Look at all the other critical books that have come out” they weep. Rubbish. Barack Obama and his scowling wife have been and continue to be protected by Big Media.
After the presidential election of 2008, on November 8, 2008 we wrote “After The Lovin‘” and included these videos:
“The L.A. Times buried their revealing Obama story but Newsweek throughout the campaign protected and pushed Obama and trashed Hillary and McCain. Now Newsweek’s Jon Meacham and Evan Thomas reveal Obama is “creepy” and “deeply manipulative“.
Shameful Rush Limbaugh, a Hillary Hater, who bears some responsibility for Obama getting gifted the Democratic nomination has some relevant comments on Newsweek and its lovin’ of Obama [transcript]:
Limbaugh asks the same question about Tom Brokaw. Charlie Rose and Tom Brokaw of the Obama lovin’ NBC admit they don’t know who or what Obama is or represents:
Only now, when it’s too late for the American voter, only now, after the lovin’, do Newsweak’s Jon and Evan tell us Obama is “creepy”. Brokaw adds a hapless ‘Obama who?’ after years of NBC shilling for Obama.
Have a cigarette Barack – you made it past the lovin’ – now give Jon and Tom and Evan ten dollars each and kick them out the door.”
One video has been deleted but you can get a taste from this video and a partial transcript HERE:
What we wrote at the time was “Why didn’t they say this when it mattered?” Big Media was busy literally masturbating on the most prestigious pages of the most prestigious papers about Barack Obama. Think we exaggerate? Judith Warner, New York Times:
“The other night I dreamt of Barack Obama. He was taking a shower right when I needed to get into the bathroom to shave my legs, and then he was being yelled at by my husband, Max, for smoking in the house.”
It gets much worse and much creepier as we practically read Warner unwrap the dildo and grease it up. Of course the dildo was so far up in Andrew Sullivan even Warner plunging her arm up to her pits could not find it.
It was only after the November 2008 election when we were told by one of Obama’s most loyal fluffers that the Obama marriage was a bed of rocks:
“She was angry at his selfishness and careerism; he thought she was cold and ungrateful.”
How come none of this came out when brawny Michelle was talking trash against Hillary and running your own house and the White House? Ordinarily we would defend women from personal attacks. But Michelle Obama deserves every bit of payback she is getting. We recall when Michelle Bachmann was assaulted for losing her chief of staff. But not much was said as Michelle Obama lost staff on a regular basis and everyone knew it was because lantern jawed Michelle Obama was a nasty piece of trash.
Let’s look at another book that recently published, The Operators. The book was written by Michael Hastings of Rolling Stone magazine. The book is a follow-up to the article Hastings wrote that destroyed the career of General McChrystal.
Hastings writes that when Barack Obama as a candidate for president went to Iraq Barack Obama complained about having to take pictures with American soldiers and diplomats. Americans should have known that fact. Americans did not know it because Big Media protected Barack Obama.
The weak case can be made that Hastings squirreled away that hurtful to Obama story for his book. The weak case can be made that this is not “bros before hos” but more “profits before people”. But then where oh where were the rest of Big Media journalists and personalities? Why didn’t they report this important story? They were JournoListing, protecting Barack Obama.
Michael Hastings is not to be complimented but condemned. Where were you Hastings with information that mattered when it mattered? Hastings will act the high class journalist but he is more low class hooker servicing the Obamas.
As to Jodi Kantor of the New York Times, as interesting as her book might be for the stories it tells, the bottom line is that this is all too late. The book does confirm items we wrote about long ago. Our many stories about the vacations and the lifestyle and let-them-eat-cake, and Marie Antoinette/Mary Todd, culture-of-corruption, “they do not care and they do not care that you know they do not care“, all come to life again.
Marbella, Spain where “Michelle Obama paraded her cheap Chicago self through the streets of Marbella, Spain, in her Dolce Vita John Paul Gaultier Halloween Eurotrash outfit in her movie-stars-wear-these sunglasses she was telling economically distressed Americans “I don’t care and I don’t care that you know that I don’t care.” Now Jodi Kantor admits that yes, Michelle Obama used state trips paid for by the tax payer to hide her extravagant vacations and that thug Gibbs tried to stop it or rather hide it.
We reported it long ago, now some of the nonsense gets exposed via Kantor:
“Then-White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel offered his resignation to President Barack Obama in the winter of 2010 after a series of columns appeared depicting him as the lone element keeping the Obama presidency intact. According to then senior adviser David Axelrod, Emanuel understood that the stories “were an embarrassment” to the president. The president, already suffering from a setback to his health care reform effort, declined Emanuel’s offer to resign, despite being convinced that his chief of staff was the main source for the columns. [snip]
The dramatics that surrounded the passage of health care reform — culminating in Emanuel’s near-resignation — reflect the type of high-pitched struggle that routinely erupted between Emanuel and the first lady during the first two years of the Obama administration. The two jockeyed for influence over the president even before he formally took office. [snip]
Emanuel, in turn, had been opposed to bringing Valerie Jarrett, the Obamas’ longtime mentor, into the White House as a senior adviser.
Once the administration began, the frictions only escalated. Emanuel rejected Michelle Obama’s efforts to be part of his 7:30 a.m. staff meeting. The administration did not outfit her with a speechwriter for some time. And the first lady’s office grew so isolated from the rest of the presidential orbit that aides there began, as Kantor writes, “referring to the East Wing as ‘Guam’ — pleasant but powerless.”
“Michelle and Rahm Emanuel had almost no bond; their relationship was distant and awkward from the beginning. She had been skeptical of him when he was selected, and now he returned the favor; he was uneasy about first ladies in general, several aides close to him said, based on clashes with Hillary Clinton in the 1990s that became so severe that she had tried to fire him from her husband’s administration,” writes Kantor.”
We’ve written about how Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton had to demote Emanuel to the basement until he learned to behave and improved his performance. We’ve written repeatedly that hiring all the former Clinton administration officials in the world would never help because BARACK OBAMA IS THE PROBLEM. Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton knew how to deal with slime like Emanuel and to keep him in his cage. But Barack Obama and Michelle Obama could not run their own house, let alone the White House. Snap.
Recall that “flawless” transition that we exposed as a mess. Recall that brilliant “team of rivals” nonsense we derided. And that “smooth running operation” myths perpetrated by the Halperns and Heilemans? Big Media made that all up. It was always a mess from the very beginning and it’s only now that some of the disgruntled former workers are beginning to tell the truth about the Mistake in ’08:
“The tug of war between Michelle Obama and Rahm Emanuel for the president’s spiritual or political soul contributed to a White House that was far more disorganized and friction-filled than the public perception holds. Kantor reports that then-White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs was often deployed to push back against the first lady, informing her that she couldn’t take a private vacation on a state visit, spend large amounts on White House redecoration, or buy expensive clothes.
Michelle Obama, who came to politics skeptically but saw her husband as someone capable of lofty achievements, lashed out against her isolation. She sent emails to Jarrett when she had complaints about news coverage, which Jarrett would forward to others after removing the first lady’s name from them. When she couldn’t wedge herself into her husband’s schedule, she would send her missives to Alyssa Mastromonaco, the president’s director of scheduling. The emails, Kantor writes, “were so stern that Mastromonaco showed them around to colleagues, unsure of how to respond to her boss’s wife’s displeasure.”
Notice how Kantor weasels. We’re finally informed that the Obama White House was a mess. Kantor weasels that fact as contrary to what “the public perception holds.” And who is responsible for that “public perception”? It was Big Media and Kantor and her pals like Warner at the New York Times.
Those of us that noted the ugliness of recession America forced to pay for Michelle Obama’s Mary Todd crazy spending were attacked. But we were right. We have been right. It’s only now that Big Media accepts what we write but will not publish it in order to protect Barack Obama and fellow corrupt treacherous clown Michelle Obama, the patient dumper from Chicago.
On immigration we were right that Obama was not doing anything purposefully. Jodi Kantor paints Michelle Obama with sympathy as a helpless Wookie frustrated and flailing and furious. But Michelle Obama the patient dumper and nasty Chicago grabber of goods deserves all she is getting and much much more.
A pitiful, pitiless helpless Wookie – and angry:
“When the whole enterprise seemed to have fallen apart, following the election of Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown, a Republican, the first lady was furious. Instead of letting her husband down easy, which top staff hoped she would do, she lit into him.
“She feels as if our rudder isn’t set right,” the president told his aides. “They had the sense that was not the actual language she had used.” [snip]
When the House of Representatives managed to pass the bill, the president and members of his team celebrated in his residence. It was the first time many of them had been there, as the first family had tried to separate it as much as possible from the office of the president.
The first lady, however, wasn’t there to cheer the achievement. She was in New York City watching television coverage “alone in her suite at the Waldorf Astoria, according to an aide, as her daughters slept.”
Pathetic, nasty Wookie.
At the New York Times – conflict. Confusion whether as to continue to protect Barack Obama by attacking their own reporter or help their reporter? The answer by the Times is not to ask why Jodi Kantor did not report these anecdotes in a timely manner and to pretend that the book is not in any way harmful to The Obamas:
“Michelle Obama was privately fuming, not only at the president’s team, but also at her husband. [snip]
The first lady never confronted the advisers directly — that was not her way — but they found out about her displeasure from the president. “She feels as if our rudder isn’t set right,” Mr. Obama confided, according to aides.
Rahm Emanuel, then chief of staff, repeated the first lady’s criticisms to colleagues with indignation, according to three of them. Mr. Emanuel, in a brief interview, denied that he had grown frustrated with Mrs. Obama, but other advisers described a grim situation: a president whose agenda had hit the rocks, a first lady who disapproved of the turn the White House had taken, and a chief of staff who chafed against her influence.
The Michelle Obama of January 2012 is an expert motivator and charmer, a champion of safe causes like helping military families and ending childhood obesity, an increasingly canny political player eager to pour her popularity into her husband’s re-election campaign. But interviews with more than 30 current and former aides, as well as some of the first couple’s closest friends, conducted for “The Obamas,” a new book, show that she has been an unrecognized force in her husband’s administration and that her story has been one first of struggle, then turnaround and greater fulfillment.”
The New York Times wants to have it’s Marie Antoinette cake and eat it too. Michelle Obama was “furious” and nasty – but we are informed that is all in the past. Does anyone believe that rot? A Wookie doesn’t change its fur.
We’re told Mary Todd wanted to stay in the Rezko house and commute to Washington. And lo and behold, Jodi Kantor finally discusses “experience” and responsibility:
“Mrs. Obama’s difficulties illuminate some of the president’s central challenges in the White House, including how the Obamas’ freshness to political life, a selling point in 2008, became a liability in office. Her worries about his staff point to a chief executive with little management experience who clung to an inner circle less united than it appeared. (Mr. Emanuel’s relationship with the president grew so strained that the chief of staff secretly offered to resign in early 2010; Robert Gibbs, the White House press secretary, had a tense relationship with Mrs. Obama and with Valerie Jarrett, another adviser). She shared the president’s ambivalence about political chores and the back-patting and schmoozing that can help get things done in Washington. [snip]
She ultimately decided to go to Washington immediately, not because of the obligations of office, but because of “wanting her family to be together,” Ms. Jarrett said. [snip]
A Harvard-trained lawyer, she had given up her career for what initially seemed to her a shapeless post, and she tried to wriggle out of some ceremonial events that she saw as not having much purpose, including the annual luncheon for Congressional spouses held by the first lady since 1912. She tried to limit her public exposure, saying she would work only two days a week; inside the White House, the difficulty of getting Mrs. Obama to agree to doing an event became a running joke.“
It’s all me, me, me. We wrote back in 2008 about how Michelle didn’t want to do any work for the campaign unless she was compensated. Chicago pols don’t work for nothing. In the White House, there was no pay, no play.
The Wookie thought it was all about herself, her race, the racists waiting for a Tyler Perry movie to unreel:
“Mrs. Obama often found herself caught in an internal debate about how the Obamas should look and live, travel and entertain. As the first African-American first lady, she wanted everything to be flawless and sophisticated; she felt “everyone was waiting for a black woman to make a mistake,” a former aide said.
But her husband’s advisers — in particular, Mr. Gibbs — were worried that the White House might appear oblivious to public anger about joblessness, banker bailouts and bonuses. The result was constant, anxious give-and-take between the East and West Wings about vacations, décor, entertainment, even matters as small as whether to announce the hiring of a new florist.
“We all have watched what happens when people get caricatured,” Mr. Gibbs said in an interview, explaining why he policed such personal matters. With a mistake like John Edwards’s $400 haircut in 2007, “there’s no way to correct that.” Other aides said there was a reason Mr. Gibbs became the main enforcer of the rules of political life: because Mr. Obama, all too aware that his wife never wanted that life, would not.”
So Barack was to chicken to tell his wife to cut off the Mary Todd nonsense. Gibbs who was the one to leak news about the John Edwards $400 haircut (our original reporting which took Big Media years to finally admit) feared a haircut type story. What goes around comes around.
All those stories published by Big Media about how Michelle Obama was such a big big help to Barack? Those stories were just a way to entice a nasty Michelle to do her job which she refused to do for over a year:
“Her reluctance to campaign left Mr. Emanuel incredulous, according to two aides: The elections were already looking like a potential bloodbath, and the White House was going to face them without the president’s popular spouse?”
Work? Are you kidding?:
“She had little appetite or expertise for policy detail, and she knew the history of first ladies —like Nancy Reagan and Mrs. Clinton — who had been deemed meddlers, unelected figures who wielded unearned power. [snip]
In September 2010, after a summer of infighting throughout the West Wing, things finally exploded.
Early on Sept. 16, Robert Gibbs was scanning the news when a story stopped him short: according to a new French book, Michelle Obama had told Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, the French first lady, that living in the White House was “hell.” It was a potential disaster — the equivalent of the $400 haircut, Mr. Gibbs feared, coming just weeks before election day and on the heels of a vacation in Spain that had drawn accusations of lavish spending.
Mr. Gibbs asked her aides to find out if she had said anything even close (no, the answer came back), and then fought the story back for hours, having the book translated and convincing the Élysée Palace to issue a denial. By noon the potential crisis had been averted.
But at Mr. Emanuel’s 7:30 a.m. staff meeting the next day, Ms. Jarrett announced that the first lady had concerns about the White House’s response to the book, according to several people present. All eyes turned to Mr. Gibbs, who started to steam.
“Don’t go there, Robert, don’t do it,” Mr. Emanuel warned.
“That’s not right, I’ve been killing myself on this, where’s this coming from?” Mr. Gibbs yelled, adding expletives. He interrogated Ms. Jarrett, whose calm only seemed to frustrate him more. The two went back and forth, Ms. Jarrett unruffled, Mr. Gibbs shaking with rage. Finally, several staff members said, Mr. Gibbs cursed the first lady — colleagues stared down at the table, shocked — and stormed out.
Mr. Gibbs later acknowledged the outburst but said he had misdirected his rage and accused Ms. Jarrett of making up the complaint. After the book incident, he “stopped taking her at all seriously as an adviser to the president,” Mr. Gibbs said, adding, “Her viewpoint in advising the president is that she has to be up and the rest of the White House has to be down.”
If you wonder why the White House is horrified by the tame book, The Obamas, consider this meeting before the 2010 midterm elections which went so badly for The Obamas:
“The location was the president’s domain, but the meeting was held to appease the first lady, who was finally agreeing to campaign for the midterm elections. One by one, members of the political team came before the Obamas, laying out arguments, details, statistics about how the first lady could help capture votes. In an interview the year before, the first couple had rejected the idea that they were using their marriage for political gain. (Most photos of them are “ somebody else’s images,” the first lady had said.) Now they absorbed polling data that showed that Democratic voters loved seeing them together, according to several participants at the meeting. [snip]
Still, Mrs. Obama agreed to only eight campaign stops, fewer than the political team had wanted. “She basically agreed to do nothing,” one aide said.”
Michelle Obama and Barack Obama don’t do anything unless they get a majority of the benefit. Now they are in push back mode against “The Obamas” because the narrative hurts them in a most personal way and eventually in a most political way.
Michelle and Barack Obama know the truth will set them back. Big Media does not want to publish the truth anymore than Barack and Michelle want it to be told:
“Good morning, Mainstream Media. How are things under the Obama bus? Please tell Jeremiah Wright and Bill Ayers we say hello. You remember them. You helped Obama hide them there.
Frequently, I refer to the mainstream media as Obama’s Palace Guards. But maybe “secret service” would be a better term today, because this time the MSM has apparently decided to take a public relations bullet for Their Precious One.
The story goes a little something like this. Over Halloween in 2009, during the depths of the Great Recession, the White House threw a lavish party for children from all walks of life, including local DC kids, military families, and friends of the President’s two young daughters, Malia and Sasha. The theme was “Alice In Wonderland” and director Tim Burton, whose film based on the classic story was about to be released in theatres, attended, as did his star, Johnny Depp, who reportedly greeted guests in character and costume as the Mad Hatter.”
It was Malice in Wonderland as Michelle and Barack partied while the peasants revolted. The White House tried to keep this story hidden and Big Media cooperated:
“But the most important thing we now know is that the White House is claiming they hid nothing from the media and in response the media is… saying… nothing… in… their… defense…
For instance, nowhere in that Politico report does Politico clarify what they knew and when they knew it. If Politico did know about the party, why was there no reporting? If Politico didn’t know about the party, why not report that fact?
And so we are now left to ponder the following: did the MSM know about the party at the time and choose not to cover it in order to protect Obama? Or is the White House statement about the MSM knowing about the party untrue but in order to protect Obama the MSM isn’t reporting that it’s untrue?”
Like the New York Times, all of Big Media is convulsed. Finally though, Big Media is coming to the rescue of the desperate and “livid” Michelle Obama:
“Michelle Obama said depictions of friction in a new book, “The Obamas,” between her and former top aides to her husband, President Obama, aren’t true.
In a wide-ranging interview with “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King, the first lady also said that some have tried to portray her as an “angry black woman” since Mr. Obama first announced he was seeking the presidency.
More from the interview: Michelle Obama on how she’s changed
” … I guess it’s more interesting to imagine this conflicted situation here and a strong woman and– you know? But that’s been an image that people have tried to paint of me since the day Barack announced, that I’m some angry black woman.” [snip]
“You know, I just try to be me. And my hope is that over time people get to know me. And they get to judge me for me.”
Isn’t that the problem, the more we see of The Obamas, the uglier they appear. And Gayle King? Really? The best friend of Barack Obama supporters Oprah? Why not have CBS hire Axelrod and have him conduct the interview?
Too bad Gayle could not afford to buy the Washington Times that day because she could have asked Michelle Obama about the “Obamas top let them eat cake episodes”.
What Michelle Obama does in these Gayle King massages is prove herself to be uglier by the second. No one has accused Michelle Obama of being a Tyler Perry style “angry black woman”. She’s just a nasty scowling creep from Chicago.
What Michelle Obama is engaged in with these Gayle King sessions is race-baiting. Jodi Kantor tried today to appease the White House Wookie by denying the “angry black woman” charge. But sorry Jodi, you are now officially a racist for not saying something that Michelle Obama said you said but didn’t say. Racist rat bastard!
While Republicans are busy attacking other Republicans - Ron Paul Versus Rick Santorum - Perry losing backers over his Bain attacks – Romney Superpacs versus Gingrich Superpacs crying over the Romney dog – or is Newt set to back off Bain attacks on Romney? – Sarah Palin responded to other rubbish from Michelle Obama:
“Appearing on Fox News’ Hannity, Sarah Palin reacted in disgust to a clip from Gayle King‘s interview with First Lady Michelle Obama, where she said Americans were “confused” about how much had been accomplished by the President. “Oh, Lord. Oh, Lord — what are we just a bunch of numbskulls out here in the heartland of America?” Palin exclaimed incredulously. “Just a bunch of numbskulls who can’t read the unemployment numbers and see that 5 trillion dollars in new debt later under her husband, President Obama? 5 trillion dollars more! And we have fewer jobs today than we had before we took over, but, no, we’re numbskulls out here and we don’t know what the numbers actually represent!”
You go girl!
The Obamas are fighting back against “The Obamas” because they don’t want Americans to see them as they really are (and don’t buy any Big Media excuse that The Obamas have changed). The Obamas versus “The Obamas”. Phony books with made up stories helped Obama. Now a real book about the phony Obamas threatens Obama. It’s enough to make Michelle go the way of Mary Todd.