Michelle obama gives dating advice
As far as choosing the right man is concerned, Michelle Obama seems to have good instincts. " Mrs Obama, who has been married for 17 years, told US magazine she always knew Barack was the man for her. "He was special in terms of his honesty, his sincerity, his compassion for other people.When sharing her tips for finding The One, the US president's wife says intelligence and integrity should be the qualities women go for, rather than looks. But cute only lasts for so long and then it's 'Who are you as a person? Dating a man just because he is rich is another bad move. "Look at how the guy treats his mother and what he says about women. When you're dating a man you should always feel good. "You shouldn't be in a relationship with somebody who doesn't make you completely happy.
Today's attack, though, may dwarf all these others for its absurdity.
Referring to Michelle Obama's meeting with schoolgirls in England, Fox Nation stated: "Michelle Gives Schoolgirls Weird Relationship Advice": The Fox website directed readers to a Daily Caller article -- whose headline didn't include the word "weird" -- reporting on advice the first lady imparted to middle-school girls during her trip to the University of Oxford.
Yet when Fox does turn its "fair and balanced" machine toward her, it inevitably results in asinine attacks that would leave any fair-minded viewer puzzled.
In February, for instance, Fox News figures took issue with the first lady's promotion of breastfeeding.
Fox's animosity toward President Obama is relatively well-known.
This week, for example, it has manifested itself in attacks over Obama's official European tour, with Fox hosts smearing the president as a drunk and suggesting he is impervious to the suffering in the Midwest.
Michelle poses inside the magazine with seven White House interns, holding hands with the two luckiest ones.
Editor Cindi Leive writes that the magazine put her on the cover not because she’s a style icon, but because she’s passionate about children and mentoring and empowering young women.
Leive can’t help but gush about how fabulous going to the White House to shoot the First Lady was. [O]ur team photographed her in the magnificent Diplomatic Room, and to see her striding confidently through those halls, joking with the crew about First Dog Bo’s upcoming birthday and warmly greeting every one of her group of interns, was a thrill. But not nearly as jealous as we would have been if Bo had been there to blow out his birthday candle.