Sunday, February 26, 2012

Michelle Obama says election is about "who we will be"

Joseph Gerth says Michelle Obama told a standing-room-only crowd at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage in Louisville Thursday that their vote in the November election is less about them than about their children and grandchildren.
"Truly, the choice we make will determine nothing less than who we are as a country, but more important it will determine who we will be," she said at the low-dollar presidential fundraising event for her husband, Barack Obama, in Louisville’s West End.
She added, that in November’s election Americans will "make a choice that will affect our lives for decades to come, and you’re here because you know that choice won’t just affect all of us, it will affect our children and our grandchildren."
In Cincinnati, Michelle said, "Who do we want to be? Will we be a country where success is limited to a few at the top? This country is strongest when we are all better off.”
She exhorted the supporters in the crowd to go to work for the re-election campaign.
"Will be let everything we worked for just slip away?,"" she asked.
Americans need to listen to these people. They will tell you what they are doing -- if you listen.
Michelle Obama clearly says the Obama agenda is to change who and what we are -- from Americans to Europeans -- from citizens to subjects.
And if Obama gets four more years -- to change his role to that of monarch.

1 comment:

purplewings said...

Maybe she needs to change who we are, but those of us who look at our country, our achievements and successes already know who we are and that is who we want to be. These Obama's are really awful people. While they live off the lap of luxury, they have the nerve to complain that everyone should have the same things. I say they have the same opportunities and what they choose to do with them is up to them. I am SO sick of them being in OUR Whitehouse!!!