Culture, Current Events — September 5, 2012 10:17 am

Michelle Obama wins our hearts.

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I woke up this morning to tweets, status’, smoke signals and carrier pigeon notifications (is that a thing?) saying that Michelle Obama rocked it out last night. You know what? She really did. She did a great job. Did you hear the song she walked out to?! Great decision. I feel like I need to apologize for not really giving the RNC any attention but my leanings are my leanings and I’m only half sorry about that. Anyway, here is a great reflection on Obama’s speech and it’s importance to women in the church.

Also, here’s the transcript if you’re into that sort of thing.

How is the DNC shaking up so far for you guys? Are you watching it? I’m not. It’s better to watch the highlights the next day. What do you think?

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  • She won YOUR heart, not mine.

    • Eva,

      Why not? I’d love to hear your thoughts?

      • Sorry Jana for the late reply dont get to this site often.
        Michelle Obama probably seems like someone who i’d love to have lunch with if we talk about anything but politics. But I assume since i didnt hear her speech and assume she she is married to him and supports all the things I dont. That is why she doesnt win my heart and like the articles title “Wins our hearts” , doesnt include me and more people like me than you think.

    • Oh, here we go again, another Bush blmear. When you can’t explain the mindless spending spree and shameless socialistic policies of our current administration, revert to pointing the finger at the last one. Bush had NOTHING on Obama’s spending. Obama QUADRUPLED the national deficit in his first six months. He’s spent more than all presidential administrations combined up to and including Carter. If McCain and Palin had won, I doubt we’d have paradise, but we wouldn’t have hell.

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