Watchwoman on the Wall

Hillary's photo was taken March 8, 2000, at her speech to the Gay and Lesbian Independent Democrats, at the Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center in New York City

Michelle Obama "Just say No to Transfat," The First Lady of the Food Police

Here come Mrs. Food Police
Michelle Obama?

Hillary the Second?



Are you ready for Hillary, version 2.0? One veteran D.C. pundit believes you should be. John McLaughlin, the moderator of his eponymous PBS program The McLaughlin Group, capped off a round of commentators’ predictions with his own stunner: “Michelle Obama will run for the United States Senate in 2016 and she will be thereby mimicking, if that’s not the right word, duplicating the career of Hillary Clinton.”

McLaughlin is a well-connected pundit whose insights are as often based on inside information as whimsy or surmise. Has he heard something from someone in the know? Michelle has kept a much higher profile as first lady than her predecessor, Laura Bush. She and Valerie Jarrett continue to force the fledgling administration leftward, drowning and eventually pushing out compromisers like Rahm Emanuel and Bill Daley while emphasizing Chicago community organizer values. Most recently, she has wrapped herself in the sheltering cocoon of preferred victim status, claiming that her critics have falsely portrayed her as an “angry black woman.”

Hillary rode her status as an enabler of a serial philanderer and potential rapist into a Senate seat and came within whistling distance of becoming her party’s nominee for president of the United States in 2008. Are the Obamas planning a political dynasty? Does Mrs. Obama plan to run from, say, Carol Moseley Braun’s Senate seat to the Oval Office?

Americans have proven their affinity for political families, from the Adameses to the Harrisons, the Roosevelts to the Kennedeys, the Bushes to the Clintons. On a lighter note, the film The Distinguished Gentleman showed the value of having a familiar name.

The presidential election of 2008 may be about far more than who controls America until January 2013.

– Ben Johnson, The White House Watch.



Watchwoman: Hummmmm. Michelle Obama as a U.S. Senator. Now that’s sure interesting.  Here’s something you might like to know about the EVIL TRANS FAT FOOD POLICE BAN-IT-ALL have accomplished in Norway. Butter, in Norway, for a 500 gram, pack sells for as much as $474. There’s 28.35 grams per ounce, so take 500 grams divided by 28.35 and you get 17.65 oz. – that’s a little tad over a pound (for the public school graduates information) — actually 1.65 oz. more than 1 pound. So in Norway, it can cost $474 for just about one (1) pound of butter. Don’t you just loooooooooove the FOOD POLICE! Welcome to Michele Obama’s world, aye? You know the world of  the “we hate trans-fat” whose plan is to get all butter and all trans fats banned every where.  And that includes milk and cheese too.  Think it can’t happen here?  It already has!  Hostess/Twinkies have filed for bankruptcy.  Twinkies has long been the target of the “American’s are too fat” comedians who joked Twinkies right out of business. The Food Police are not just coming, they’re here!  They got your Twinkies.  Hold onto your butter!  [FYI Carol Moseley Braun, Democrat, was the U.S. Senator from Illinois from January 5, 1993 to January 3, 1999, where Barack Obama, Democrat, was seated from 2005 to 2008 and is now occupied by a Republican, Mark Kirk, who was seated November 29, 2010, ending a Democrat dynasty of it’s own kind for that U.S. Senate Seat in the backlash aimed at the Obama Recession.]  ▬ Donna Calvin



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