Teresa Heinz Obama
In a New Yorker profile, she is quoted in a stump speech made throughout South Carolina as characterizing America as “just downright mean.”
She said the country is divided, life is not good, the people are “guided by fear” and cynicism.
“We have become a nation of struggling folks who are barely making it every day,” she told churchgoers in that primary state. “Folks are just jammed up, and it’s gotten worse over my lifetime.”
She went on to complain that college is too expensive, schools are not doing the job, health care is out of reach and pensions are disappearing.
“Let me tell you, don’t get sick in America!” she exclaimed.
Someone hold up a few fingers and see if she can count them correctly and then ask to see if she knows what day of the week it is. She’s so out of touch with reality, she may not have any idea.
Here’s a woman who went to Princeton and Harvard, is rich, and is married to a man who’s a U.S. senator. Meanwhile, she talks about the country that served her up that charmed life like it’s some sort of cross between Russia and Mexico.
Know where Barack probably got that “Audacity of Hope” idea? He was probably sitting around one day thinking, “When I run for President, I have the audacity to hope Michelle’s big yapper won’t end up costing me the job.”