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HuffPo Flacks for Michelle O

Posted by B. Daniel Blatt at 6:00 pm - August 9, 2011.
Filed under: Media Bias,Obamania

AOL is at it again.  Perhaps because of the First Lady’s well-puiblicized affection for fancy five-hundred forty dollar footwear, they’re now trying to present the president’s wife as a woman of the people, turning to her for tips on how to look good for less:

Everyone loves a good deal — even Michelle Obama. We know she’s a fan of J.Crew and regularly wearspieces by Talbots, but what other affordable, mass-produced brands does she like? Well… TargetGap andH&M, to name a few!

Check out some of FLOTUS’ most affordable looks below and tell us which outfits look, well, cheap and which are chic.

So, I’m wondering (and not for the first time) if these folks ever gushed about Laura Bush’s attire.

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3 Comments

  1. “So, I’m wondering (and not for the first time) if these folks ever gushed about Laura Bush’s attire.”

    I’m sure they didn’t. Especially not with Ms. Arianna Stassinopoulous-Huffington calling the shots.

    Makes me ashamed to be part-Greek.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — August 9, 2011 @ 7:52 pm - August 9, 2011

  2. Doesn’t Michelle Obama often were thousand dollar dresses?

    Makes me ashamed to be part-Greek.

    I’m curious as to why. I’m clearly not ashamed of my Dutch heritage, despite the Netherlands being notoriously liberal. And I would assume most Germans aren’t ashamed to be German despite Hitler being German.

    The Greeks have a lot to be proud of (inventing democracy, for example), in addition to having a lot to be ashamed of (lack of austerity, for example). Most cultures are like this, to varying degrees. One abhorrent individual shouldn’t be enough to spoil an entire culture (think Hitler).

    Comment by Naamloos — August 9, 2011 @ 10:42 pm - August 9, 2011

  3. Does this mean we will no longer be subjected to Michelle Obama wearing comforters & calling them haut couture dresses? However, the political calculation is all but naked for everyone to see.

    Comment by Sebastian Shaw — August 10, 2011 @ 9:01 pm - August 10, 2011

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