Being the President of the United States has many perks for the man who holds the office. It also provides family members with nice benefits; the First Lady and children enjoy some of the same bonuses afforded to the President. While the president can have his records sealed to hide many past transgressions or, in the case of this president, dissident, anti-American actions, the First Lady does not get to partake in that little bit of "hide and seek" of her past dissident, anti-American actions.

It has been known for some time that Michelle Obama attended Princeton University. Recently, reports have surfaced that her Princeton classmate, Toni Townes-Whitley, works for CGI, the company who received the no-bid government contract to build Healthcare.gov – the failed Obamacare website that was hacked by SEA. Now, it has been reported that both Obama and Whitley were "both students at the university when their groups the Organization of Black Unity (OBU) and the Third World Center (TWC) engaged in a confrontation with Jewish students on campus."

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The bio from the First Lady, Michelle Obama, contains this entry for Princeton as follows:

Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, 1981-1985, bachelor's degree in Sociology, with a minor degree in African-American Studies. She worked with both the Third World Center and belonged to the Organization of Black Unity, an African-American student group. She graduated cum laude.

According to LinkedIn, Toni Townes-Whitley bios reads:

Princeton University, Bachelor of Arts, Economics & Public Policy, 1981 – 1985, Frederick Douglas Award, Woodrow Wilson School Honors, Director "The Wiz", Initiator - Swahili Foreign Language Course; Activities and Societies: Woodrow Wilson School, Third World Center, Princeton Gospel Ensemble, Alliance of Third World Women, Organization of Black Unity.

According to the Daily Caller:

"It was an ugly scene, but few expected perfect harmony when the OBU, in conjunction with the Third World Center (TWC), invited Hassan Rahman, the Palestine Liberation Organization's deputy UN observer, to appear on campus," according to a January 25, 1982 Princeton Alumni Weekly (Volume 82) article entitled "War of Words" in the column "On the Campus" by Ted Lempert '83.

Rahman "reiterated the PLO's position that the Palestinians deserve a homeland and that they are entitled to use terrorism to achieve their goal, just as American revolutionaries did against the British."

"We have the right to kill them if they are traitors and negotiate with the Israelis," Rahman said of non-PLO supporting Palestinians at the event.

The Boston Globe reported in 2008 on Michelle's association with the OBU and service on the governance board of the Third World Center. The OBU is described mainly as "a primary resource for black students on campus which arranged speakers and programs."

Pardon me for one minute while I say that the OBU served as a resource only to encourage dissidence by inviting a controversial speaker, in the form of one Hassan Rahman, who declared the right to kill people because the Palestinians deserved a homeland. His statement comparing the use of terrorism to achieve their goal to the American revolutionaries was insulting and inaccurate but did fit perfectly with the seemingly anti-semitic group. Now, back to the subject at hand.

Portions of Lempert's 1982 article reprinted in the Daily Caller described how the question and answer session functioned during this OBU sponsored speaking event. While the OBU did meet with Jewish students to discuss the event and confirm Rahman's right to speak on campus, what happened during the event to Jewish participants was reminiscent of Nazi Germany.

Naturally the auditorium was reserved mostly for Third World Center members, predominantly blacks, who were placed in the center section. The outer section contained the remainder of the audience, which were predominantly Jewish. A standard welcome and introduction of the speaker was foregone, replaced with a warning that because of the subdued controversy of the speech, disruptions would not be tolerated. Disciplinary action with possible prosecution was mentioned. OBU members wearing badges patrolled the inside of the auditorium. Questions were limited to one minute with follow-up questions being forbidden. Names of individuals wishing to ask questions were taken; however, only the first person on each list was allowed to ask their question.

Hillel Rabbi Edward Feld was threatened with physical removal after shouting, "Answer the question!" One Hillel member stated the group's organizers adhered "militantly" to the rules, "intimidating and antagonizing many."

At Princeton in the 80s, it seems one could not only get a first-rate college education in whatever subject you desire; but, align yourself with certain student organizations and getting an education in the "how to's" of anti-semitism, terrorism, and racism was an added bonus that would make any parent burst at the seams with pride. However, this added bonus was directed towards black students. Funny how all the speeches about racism and anti-semitism by certain black leaders failed to reach some members of the black community.

Michelle Obama had the perfect opportunity to engage equally with individuals from different backgrounds, but chose to mainly associate with black students and black student organizations. While there is a natural tendency to associate with individuals most like yourself, the experience of college is not just about gaining education for a career but it is also an education in socialization with others by learning how alike individuals are even from differing backgrounds – we are all Americans.

She chose to focus on her race and whether being in a white college would disenfranchise her with the black community. Michelle focused on "black and white:" always separating the two. Is it any wonder she would find a lifelong partner like Barack Hussein Obama?

While none of this is surprising or news worthy, it is but a brief, watered down glimpse into the woman who holds the position as "First Lady." Needless to say, these two are birds of a feather feeding off each other's dissatisfaction with, almost hatred of, America. As my Dad is so fond of saying, "the one in between the sheets controls everything."

Therefore, it is no surprise that CGI received the contract for the failed website for Obamacare. Michelle had a college friend in that company. Maybe that "friend" needed to have her palm greased for whatever reason. What company would not reward an employee for netting them a government contract that was guaranteed because of an association with a member of the first family? Who is to say that Whitley didn't receive a bit of "on the side" cash from the taxpayer courtesy of Obama at the behest of Michelle?

For whatever reason, one must consider the background of Michelle Obama as a key in the contract award to CGI. It also must be considered that she stokes the home fires on racism, separatism, anti-semitism, anti-americanism and promotion of terrorists; not that Obama needs any help. Does anyone really believe the White House was closed to tours due to sequestration? Or is it more likely that little school children were targets to punish some adult parents for being patriotic Americans?

Traditionally, the First Lady of the United States has been seen as more or less the "motherly, nurturing" position contrasting the harder, powerful position of the President. These past exceptional women have promoted platforms that sought to improve America and Americans: Grace Coolidge championed education and children's welfare issues; Abigail Fillmore created the White House Library; Edith Roosevelt assisted with remodeling the White House to separate the first family living quarters from the Presidential offices; Eleanor Roosevelt worked for political, racial and social justice; Barbara Bush supported literacy initiatives; Laura Bush championed education and literacy; and Nancy Reagan discouraged drug usage among the youth of America. Who could forget the grace and poise of Jacquelyn Kennedy and the unwaivering support Eleanor Roosevelt gave to her husband by becoming additional eyes and ears in light of his paralysis from polio? Some first ladies even advised their husband presidents, possibly softening their stances on issues affecting Americans.

Michelle Obama's platform has been the costly school lunch initiative and the "Just Move" initiative. She, along with Hillary, have never been viewed as the "motherly, nurturing" type. Hillary brought politics/law making into the role of the First Lady while Michelle seeks to have government control what America's children eat and how America's children should play. Neither of these "platforms" seek to enrich or improve America or Americans. No one could ever accuse Michelle of "tempering" the more harsh side of the man in the oval office; she probably helps him along. Following in the tradition of Hillary, Michelle's little finger might be evident in some of the politics and policies of Obama should we look closer.

Now with Obamacare implemented, the CGI website failed, Obama playing the absentee president and Michelle promoting the most ridiculous platforms of any first lady, more in-depth reports are starting to appear that shed less than a positive light on America's White House occupants.

As my grandfather was so fond of saying, "the school of hard knocks is a well-earned education when a dear fool will learn no other way."

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