Michelle Obama held an interview with CBS today following the scathing reports on the First family’s behavior in the White House. The First Lady played the race card, telling CBS,
“I’m tired of the angry black woman stereotypes.”

CBS reported:

First lady Michelle Obama is challenging assertions she’s forcefully imposed her will on White House aides, saying she’s tired of people portraying her as “some kind of angry black woman.”

Mrs. Obama tells CBS News she hasn’t read New York Times reporter Jodi Kantor’s new book that characterizes her as a behind-the-scenes force in the Executive Mansion, whose strong views often draw her into conflict with President Barack Obama’s top advisers.

…In the interview, Mrs. Obama said, “I love this job. It has been a privilege from day one.”

“Now there are challenges,” she added. “If there’s any anxiety that I feel, it’s because I want to make sure that my girls (Malia and Sasha) come out of this on the other end whole.”

The Kantor book portrays a White House where tensions developed between Mrs. Obama and former White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel and former press secretary and presidential adviser Robert Gibbs. The book, titled “The Obamas,” describes Mrs. Obama as having gone through an evolution from struggle to fulfillment in her role at the White House, while labeling her an “unrecognized force” in pursuing the president’s goals. Neither the president nor his wife agreed to be interviewed for the book.

“I do care deeply about my husband,” Mrs. Obama said in the CBS appearance. “I am one of his biggest allies. I am one of his biggest confidants.” But she sought to put aside “this notion that I sit in meetings.”

“I guess it’s just more interesting to imagine this conflicted situation here,” she said. “That’s been an image people have tried to paint of me since the day Barack announced, that I’m some kind of angry black woman.”

“There will always be people who don’t like me,” Mrs. Obama added, and said she could live with that.

 

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  1. Angry black b!tch is probably a better description!

  2. I don’t much care for her, as she’s an anti-individual liberty stooge but how is this the race card? Oh and by the way, you might want to check the numbers from your pervious post about Ron Paul and Dem voters. You are wrong, the numbers don’t add up.

  3. “There will always be people who don’t like me,” …

    ya think, Captain Obvious?

  4. Get the hell over it, that’s just the way your husband comes across on TV these days.

  5. Yeah, well we white folk are tired of being called racist’s every time we speak bitch.

  6. Wouldn’t this be the person who brought Barack Obama to Rev. Wright’s church? He moved to Chicago. She was raised there.

    Maybe it was someone else that brought them both. But she still sat still for those sermons, too.

  7. Uh… Mrs. Obama… you are disliked because you are an angry woman. The race part is of your own fabrication. If you don’t want to be disliked, stop behaving in ways that make you disliked. It’s all really quite simple.

  8. If your so tired of it, perhaps you should stop being one

  9. #2 January 11, 2012 at 10:14 am
    More Liberty commented:

    Well, your remark caught my attention enough for me to double-check. I don’t follow your reasoning. Jim’s written comments flow directly from the numbers.

  10. What hearing……just look in the mirror………..

  11. Interesting, but until she mentioned it I have heard no one call her an angry black woman before.

  12. She almost ALWAYS looks angry

  13. petty

  14. MO, were tired of hearing it to. Just like every time I voice my displeasure of you I’m called a racist.

    Get over yourself.

  15. if the shoe fits

  16. ““There will always be people who don’t like me,” Mrs. Obama added, and said she could live with that.”

    She could live with that, huh? Really? So when will she start?

    Just contrast her thin-skinned defensiveness with Dubya’s unfailing patience and courtesy for the entire 8 years he was president. Remember Dubya was subjected to far worse than our first lady. She is behaving like a spoiled prima donna. Very disappointing.

  17. Good-bye Moo and Barky. It’s too late to blame others for your piss poor attitudes and performance for the last three years.

    Talk to the hand, because we simply don’t care about you anymore.

  18. I certainly don’t like her!
    .

  19. But we are not portraying her as “some kind of angry black woman”.
    We are portraying her as an angry black BITCH.

  20. First lady Michelle Obama is challenging assertions she’s forcefully imposed her will on White House aides, saying she’s tired of people portraying her as “some kind of angry black woman.”

    Here’s the $10,000 question: Did you do it or not?

    …In the interview, Mrs. Obama said, “I love this job. It has been a privilege from day one.”

    Odd, but it seems to me First Lady is more a role than it is a “job”.

    We elect a president to do a job, not the president and his spouse.



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