Skip to comments.Michelle Obama brings anti-violence message to Chicago
Posted on 04/10/2013 4:05:58 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
First lady Michelle Obama brought her message against youth violence to Chicago today, appearing at a luncheon with the mayor and civic leaders and then visiting Harper High School, whose students have often been casualties of gunfire.
Attending the luncheon were the parents of slain 15-year-old Hadiya Pendleton, whose funeral Obama attended in February.
"This is personal," said Obama, as she told the story of growing up in Chicago's South Shore community. "Hadiya's family did everything right, but she still didn't have a chance."
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“Hadiya’s family did everything right, but she still didn’t have a chance.” Thanks the liberal dems for that.
How complicated is an “anti-violence” message? “Hey! Don’t do it. It’s wrong.”
Bang. It’s done. Gig is over.
Chicago is 100%+ leftist, AND DEATH IS WHAT THEY LOVE.
eat the cake off my ...
How about an anti-corruption message?
Caviar, truffles and foie gras in a champagne-reduction sauce?
She’s a Fat Ass
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She is a loathsome creature..
Obama’s dictatorship is causing the purchase hundreds of weapons every minute by citizens. I wonder why.
I was flipping channels and heard her say “shhhhtrog-gull”....
She can’t even pronounce the word “struggle.”
With Incredible Hulk arms and shoulders. Except that he is way better looking.
...and a Obamaphone in the shape of a lobster
Sucks to be stuck in a dem-rat hellhole.
That's right - just go talk to them.
They'll put their guns and knives down and hold hands...
I can’t bear to listen to either her or her so-called HINO. Did she mention the word “Gangs” in her narcissistic speech?
I thought foie gras was banned in Chicago. Oh wait, so are handguns.
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