Another Queen Mishy Moment

(H/T Brian)

THIS is what Michelle Obama has been dreaming about all her life, and because her intent is so flawed, it will bite her in the butt someday.  THIS on our taxpayer dollar…

Hi-Ho, the Derry-O

Let’s say you’re preparing dinner and you realize with dismay that you don’t have any certified organic Tuscan kale. What to do?

Here’s how Michelle Obama handled this very predicament Thursday afternoon:

The Secret Service and the D.C. police brought in three dozen vehicles and shut down H Street, Vermont Avenue, two lanes of I Street and an entrance to the McPherson Square Metro station. They swept the area, in front of the Department of Veterans Affairs, with bomb-sniffing dogs and installed magnetometers in the middle of the street, put up barricades to keep pedestrians out, and took positions with binoculars atop trucks. Though the produce stand was only a block or so from the White House, the first lady hopped into her armored limousine and pulled into the market amid the wail of sirens.

Then, and only then, could Obama purchase her leafy greens. “Now it’s time to buy some food,” she told several hundred people who came to watch. “Let’s shop!”

Cowbells were rung. Somebody put a lei of marigolds around Obama’s neck. The first lady picked up a straw basket and headed for the “Farm at Sunnyside” tent, where she loaded up with organic Asian pears, cherry tomatoes, multicolored potatoes, free-range eggs and, yes, two bunches of Tuscan kale. She left the produce with an aide, who paid the cashier as Obama made her way back to the limousine.

There’s nothing like the simple pleasures of a farm stand to return us to our agrarian roots.

Make sure to go over and read the rest; it’s priceless.

8 thoughts on “Another Queen Mishy Moment”

  1. I saw this on another site and they had a litle more. She actually sort of lectured to the people around her about what she was picking out and it gave the cost of the items. Outrageous prices. I get my produce in the summer at a couple Amish stands in my area and the cost is nowhere what it is down there.
    She also told them how difficult it is some days to cook a healthy meal for your family. Poor thing. Does anyone think she cooks at all in OUR house? The article also stated that she is most likely very condescending with the kitchen staff.
    She could have sent an aide or somebody to the market. This was just a photo-op for her. The article said that she has had that “farm market” located there this summer for her.
    I’ll say it again, they need to read up on the French Revolution.

  2. For someone that is “proud of America for the first time in my life” she sure is enjoying her new found power. Sure, she could have sent an aid, but this way she gets to spend thousands of dollars, inconvenience thousands of peasants trying to get home form work, and show us who has the REAL power. There ought to be a law against such grandstanding by the first family.

    We are quickly headed back to feudal times, when the royalty would visit each other in their castles, and need an army to escort them each way to protect them from rioting peasants that would take the royal’s head.

    There can be no justification for this blatant show of “I’m more important than you” activity. She has very large quantities of staff to provide her with all of the activities of procuring, cooking, and serving food, she did this just to rub our collective face in the fact that she is our “queen”!

  3. HAHAHAROTFMAO Indeed, in her own squirrelly little mind, Mushy rules…to the rest of the world she is exactly what she appears to be: drunk with her illusion of power and a few extra shekels, caring not at all how much taxpayer money she spends–the more and the faster, the better–and having no regard whatsoever for anything remotely resembling courtesy, respect, honor or dignity.

    Guess that WH garden thing didn’t work out too well, eh?

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