Talk is cheap, which is why political speeches have never really been appealing to me. However, Michelle Obama's speech during the Democratic National Convention really got me thinking. Not so much about taxes, health reform and the election, but about love. So here, I declare my radical political stance: Barack and Michelle have my dream relationship.
First Lady Michelle Obama was named the leader of the U.S. Olympics delegation, which includes promoting her Let's Move initiative and attending various events, like the men's basketball game against France Sunday.
Have you seen our first lady lately? The White House must be treating her well because she is looking superb. We love our first lady Michelle Obama ... not just because she is the hottest first lady ever, but also because she has her husband's back.
First Lady Michelle Obama gave some advice to not only her daughters, but to all women when it comes to dating. "Find people who will make you better," she said. Definitely words to live by.
A friend of Barack Obama says the President-elect has grown closer to his wife during the 21-month campaign, according to an Us Weekly report confirmed by Obama’s sweet shout out to Michelle Obama during her husband’s post-election acceptance speech. “I would not be standing here tonight without the unyielding support of my best friend for the last 16 years, the rock of our family, the love of my life, the nation's next first lady,” he said. Aw! He shouldn’t have! Scratch that. He certainly should have! After all, Michelle did leave her $273,618 a-year bread-winning job as the Vice President at the University of Chicago Hospitals to stand by her husband. Like a rock, indeed!
HuffPo targeted the equality and vitality of the Obama bond as being exceptional to the Reagan, Kennedy, Bush, Clinton, and McCain marriages. The article also focuses intently on the differences between Michelle Obama and the first ladies of the past. (And of course, the potential one of the future.)
They say behind every good man is a great woman, but just how important is the first spouse? Tango explores the relationship between the top 2008 presidential candidates and their partners. Which couple is best suited for a stay in the White House? Find out here. We profile the Obamas, McCains, Clintons, Romneys, Pauls, Huckabees and Edwards.