Michelle Obama: Democrats Need to Be ‘More Hungry’ This November

Posted by on Jul 28, 2014 at 8:11 am
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If they’ve been following her advice all these years they must be starving.

First lady Michelle Obama is making a new push to increase voter turnout in November with a video that targets Democratic voters.

In her most public pitch so far this political season, she tells Democrats to be “even more passionate and more hungry” than they were during races in 2012.

“These elections will be even harder and even closer than those presidential elections,” she said in the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee video, which debuted 100 days before the election. “We’re talking about races that are won and lost by just a few thousand votes or even a few hundred votes.”

Meanwhile, she showed how completely out of touch she is with Americans:

She mentioned equal pay for women, immigration reform, abortion rights and an increase in the minimum wage as serious issues confronting Washington, but says the president  “needs leaders in Congress who will work with him, leaders who care about what’s going on in your lives and who will fight for you every single day.

Not one of those issues she mentions are even on the radar of the American public, with the exception of her husband’s illegal invaders:

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2 Responses to “Michelle Obama: Democrats Need to Be ‘More Hungry’ This November”

  1. Blacque Jacques Shellacque on 28/28/14 at 5:55 pm

    “In her most public pitch so far this political season, she tells Democrats to be “even more passionate and more hungry” than they were during races in 2012.”

    Hey registered Democrat voter! Been unemployed for quite a while? Underemployed for about as long? Living at home in your parents’ basement? The necessities of life getting more expensive and you’re losing ground?

    Well if you want more of that, vote Democrat again this upcoming November!

  2. Free Shit Army on 29/29/14 at 1:56 am

    Sail Fawns, EBT cards, WIC, foodstamps, hells yea homie I’m voting for some more of that what can my country can do for me comrade. Yes we can!