Well it seems even Michelle Obama is selling her husband out. At a fund raiser at the home of No Doubt singer Gwen Stefani, Obama said that her husband couldn't do things on his own and that he needed people's help. Funny, that's not necessarily what he allowed to be touted about his immaculation in 2008.

"Barack can't do it alone," Obama said. "He's not Spider-Man. He's not a superhero. He's a human, so we need your help. I am not just talking to the adults here today. I am talking to the young people here as well. All of our young people--you might not be old enough to vote. You vote at school, I know--

I met several young people who are going to be voting for my husband, who are 10 and under--we accept those votes."

It appears it has taken Mrs. Obama four years in the White House to figure this out. As far as I know no one thought he was Spider-Man or any other superhero. Many did think he was the Messiah, like Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. What is a revelation to many Democrats is that he is human. After all Barack Obama was the one who had to tell his supporters that he was "not born in a manger."

Does anyone else remember the little school children singing his praises or the young brown shirts for Obama? These kids were ready to follow him before knowing anything about him as they were indoctrinated right before the nation's eyes.

Those of us grounded in reality have known all along that he is a narcissistic Marxist at heart, not a superhero or a messiah.

It's almost comical that she mentioned kids under 10 voting at school and claimed that they would "accept those votes." I'm sure they will. After all the Democrats have been trying to register dead people and family pets as well. Why not count those 10 year old's votes for Obama?

Later in the evening she attended another fundraiser at the home of Warner Bros. CEO Barry Meyer. There she said,

"I am deeply honored and moved to be here. I always am. Coming to Los Angeles is always a refreshing experience because the love and support and the sophistication around the issues and the passion always gives both me and Barack an important boost. I want to start by thanking Barry and Wendy not just for their very smart and in-depth and gracious introductions, but for the role that they play not just in politics but in the world, in life."

The Stefnai fundraiser brought in $2,500 for a family of four and about 400 people attended. The Meyer event tickets went for $2,500 a piece and those desiring a photo with Michelle Obama went for $5,000.

Though the Obama campaign raised $75 million over the past month they have continued to be out-fundraised by their opponents.

It's good to know that Mrs. O can be counted on to open up her mouth and firmly plant both feet in when she speaks. I'm sure her husband is proud.

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