In the latest adoration of our First "Lady", (I use that term loosely, as it doesn't seem, despite all the expensive threads, that Michelle seeps ladylike qualities) there is a book being published by Allison Samuels, entitled  What Would Michelle Do?  The by-line reads:  "A modern-day guide (read progressive, liberal, anti-God, pro-abortion, Marxist) to living with substance and style".

For those of us familiar with some popular modern Christian phrases, even if we don't use them ourselves, can recognize the replacing of Michelle where the name of Jesus stood.  "What Would Michelle Do" was formerly known as "What would Jesus Do?", in an effort to remind Christians to consider how Jesus would have us react or conduct ourselves in any given situation.  Now, apparently, the liberal marketing directors would like us to consider first what Michelle would do.  No thanks.

The promotional blurb states:

Embodying style, class, and intelligence, Michelle Obama has quickly become an American icon. Rising from modest beginnings, she went on to earn an Ivy League education, a position at a top law firm, and a pivotal role beside President Barack Obama. Yet Michelle still faces the same issues as most women today. As they watch her juggle kids, marriage, and a seemingly nonstop calendar without breaking a sweat, American women are asking, What Would Michelle Do?

Award-winning Newsweek journalist Allison Samuels, who has interviewed the First Lady numerous times, follows the trajectory of Michelle's life to illustrate the determination, intellect, and charm that drove her success-and reveals how women can incorporate those same attributes to get everything Michelle has, from her toned arms to her grace under pressure to her happy marriage.

Wow.  Unfortunately, in a culture that turns to secular books as their cornerstone, far more than the Good Book (that's the Bible in case you've forgotten), millions will glean wisdom from this progressive feminist that has arguably had more impact on our nation than any other first lady.  Her rise to fame is propelled by Marxist revolutionaries, feminist idolators and progressive freedom haters.  While I cannot comment on her reportedly "happy marriage," I can say that she does seem to have the perfect life partner for her. I'm also sure that she never lets a day go by, ensuring Barack Hussein never forgets just how instrumental she, and her afro-centrist friends are at ensuring his rise to power.

 

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