October 22, 2012, - 8:29 pm

Elle Magazine Nov Issue: Michelle Hussein Obama Letter to Voters on Barack, NO Ann Romney Letter

By Debbie Schlussel

Regular readers know that I’m not crazy about non-conservative Mitt Romney (the way so many fools who will be sadly disappointed are), not excited to vote for him, and feel I’ve been given no good choice in this election. That said, while I will not be eager about being forced to vote for Flip Flopney, some of the one-sided Obama stuff goes beyond what we’ve seen before in terms of even casting off all pretense of fairness and evenhandedness. We know that the mindless women’s magazines are liberal and always in the tank for the farthest left mainstream candidate, in this case Barack Obama. But they used to pretend they were giving both sides a shot. These dying publications that tell women to be independent (except when praising Islam, which they romanticize beyond all belief), how to perform strange sexual acts in 79 different ways, and what the latest trendy color of micro-mini neoprene skirt is, would usually give the Republicans a page or so in between mocking them. But no longer. I received my November issue of Elle in the mail, late last week. Beneath the cover, bearing the toothy neigh of Sarah Jess-equine Parker, was page 98–a full page consisting of “Letter From The First Lady,” by Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Hussein Obama Idi Amin Dada.

Mrs. Obama’s “article” is really a campaign commercial. Beginning with “Dear ELLE Readers,” the article gives us five detailed talking points about why we should vote for her hubby. And after that, the Elle editors tell readers how to vote and convince others to vote . . . presumably for Obama. Nowhere in the magazine is a letter or any “equal time” for Ann Romney on why we should vote for her husband. Since Mrs. Obama’s article talks about women’s rights, etc., this would be Ann Romney’s speed. (Remember her silly, pandering, “I Love You Women!” BS speech in which she told us that women work much harder, care more about families and feeding them, and care far more about sick relatives?) But Elle Magazine didn’t give Mrs. Romney that chance. They didn’t even pretend they were being fair. And, of course, this is the November issue, so even if someone complains, it’s too late now. Not that I believe anyone reads the pap in between the fashion and celebrity pages of the magazine. I think I’m the only one who does that. And it won’t make a difference. But it’s still galling that they don’t even go to the effort to give the Romney campaign a fair chance to compete. How do I know they didn’t? Because the Romney campaign has been bending over backward to win over women’s votes and fight off the “war on women” accusations of the left to the point of absurdity, such as Ann Romney’s convention speech. There is no way they would have passed up what is essentially a free page of campaign advertising tucked amidst expensive leather leggings and elaborate rhinestone necklaces and bracelets.

It’s funny how a magazine that pretends to want women to think for themselves–but doesn’t (they have mindless advertising to sell, after all)–won’t let its female readers think and decide for themselves by giving both sides in the Presidential election.

Who knew liberal-left Elle Magazine wasn’t “pro-choice” after all?

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57 Responses

Would it be too far fetched to imagine Tacky-O agreed to deign an appearance in the issue conditioned on Ann Romney not also appearing?

Well, maybe, but legitimate food for sarcasm.

lee, of the lower case "l" on October 22, 2012 at 8:47 pm

    Lower Case lee I just loved “Tacky O”. That made me LOLOL! 😀

    Skunky on October 22, 2012 at 8:52 pm

    A song came to my mind upon seeing tha ho’s face. Yes, THE TEMPTATIONS AIN’T TOO PROUD TO B. E. G.


    As goes... on October 23, 2012 at 1:28 pm

I cannot believe that Elle is doing all that well these days. Also, having what is probably a ghost written piece that is little more than a campaign ad does not do the reputation of that magazine any good.

Worry01 on October 22, 2012 at 8:48 pm

The points you bring up in this article are the very things floating in my head now that the election is just 15 days away. Like not being enthusiastic for Romney but getting nauseated by the lack of parity in the MSM. The irrational exuberance of Romney voters and the crap between the pages of female magazines.

I like to read most magazines (and read is a generous word…the content is so bloody boring and stupid that I mostly just look at the pictures…) to see what the culture rot is up to these days. Elle is one of the few that I don’t even read. For some reason I hate Elle and Vogue the most.

Michelle Antoinette Obama-Putin reminds me of Islam because I 100% discount Islam because I know how bogus, rotten, sick, hypocritical, perverted and invalid it is. From the foundation up. MLROIAD is the same kinda crap. I just look at her and laugh at what a fraud she is and *figuratively* give her the finger because I am not buying the Potemkin village she is selling.

I hate these women magazines. Such a waste. They would be totally untenable to me but for the ads and the occasional photo shoot that is eye-catching (and that is only because lately the gothic aesthetic is deemed “in” again with dark nails, dark lips and lots of black leather and metal).

Thanks for reading a pukey article/commercial ad I’d not have the stomach to even look at for 2 seconds. The content of the “women’s” magazines are despicable and makes me regret my wasted years as a feminist. Boy, was I fooled!

Skunky on October 22, 2012 at 8:50 pm

I’m a man and I don’t read women’s magazines!

And men in general are more apt to consider the effect of their actions upon others.

That can’t be said for Elle’s female readership. Mitt Happens is as liberal as he comes and I can’t stand him. But I do think he is a decent person.

My view is we should give him the benefit of the doubt and judge him not by what he says but by what he does in office. We have the right to hold our next President to a high standard.

Whether or not Elle is fair in the way it treated him.

NormanF on October 22, 2012 at 10:06 pm

    Just listen to yourself! Do you ever read your posts out loud before hitting “submit?” Hypocrites are NOT, repeat NOT, “decent m[e]n.”

    Italkit on October 23, 2012 at 8:02 am

      *Sorry, [a] “decent person” isn’t a hypocrite.

      In fact, since I came back to correct the quote, I might as well add that I could argue that hypocrisy is one of the LEAST decent things a person can do because it is deliberate deception for the sole purpose of self-aggrandizement or protection. It is betraying the trust of those who depend on you for integrity and honesty and betrayal of trust is despicable.

      Italkit on October 23, 2012 at 8:09 am

Is that Secretariat on the cover of the magazine? For a moment, I thought the magazine was Equine Monthly.

Jonathan E. Grant on October 22, 2012 at 11:13 pm

    LOL funny!!!! More like fred sanfords Aunt Esther

    billie on October 23, 2012 at 9:25 am


    As goes... on October 23, 2012 at 1:35 pm

      Correction: one is a horse’s face the other is a horse’s ass! 🙂

      hotwasabipeas on October 23, 2012 at 3:00 pm

        Correction: both are horses faces and asses. If I see ONE MORE ARMPIT FROM EITHER OF THESE MARES, I WILL PUKE.

        As goes Israel, so goes the World... on October 24, 2012 at 11:12 am

Debbie I’m glad that you are reading up on the 79 latest sexual techniques. We would have a lot to discuss as I am only familiar with a small fraction of that number, have rarely gone beyond the first two, and no doubt would benefit from your insights. Also I’m really looking forward to Elle’s next issue as I understand it will be an updated fashion pictorial and fluff piece on Mrs. Assad. And thank you Debbie for your continued valor and integrity which I believe you have shown despite all the usual negative consequences for challenging the status quo.

A1 on October 23, 2012 at 12:24 am

    It would give me great pleasure to punch A1’s face in.

    skzion on October 23, 2012 at 12:59 am


      As goes... on October 23, 2012 at 1:38 pm

Sarah (horseface) Parker is one of the Hollywood left that is not only ugly but her political points are ugly also.

Fred on October 23, 2012 at 12:36 am


    As goes Israel, so goes the World... on October 23, 2012 at 1:54 pm

      Her name is Michelle and she is the First Lady. If you think you are being humorous by typing her name in such a ridiculous manner, you are not. I don’t think you would appreciate someone showing such disrespect to you or your family members. Please consider thinking about how poorly your words reflect upon you.

      C.J. on November 13, 2012 at 10:16 pm

DS, you have been slamming Romney for a year now. So you seem displeased that Elle does also?

pat on October 23, 2012 at 2:34 am

Wait, I don’t quite understand here… Moochelle wrote an article in the racing form? And why is it some sort of high class paper or something? Doesn’t look like that bomb on the cover would be strong enough to pull an upset at Finger Lakes…

Brian R. on October 23, 2012 at 3:33 am

Well Debbie, you can follow what I did when Better Homes & Gardens put Moochele on their cover. For those readers that don’t know, she was the only First Lady (sic) to be on the cover.

I called up and spoke to a very nice customer service representative and told her to cancel my subscription. When she asked why, I asked her to look up how long I had subscribed. Her response was “our electronic records only go back to 1987”. So I informed her my subscription was at least 25 years old.

I told her that putting Moochele on the cover because of her healthy eating initiative, when last week she was seen chowing down on french fries, was a farce. When I asked her how many other First Ladies had been on the cover, she knew the answer and said they would refund my unused subscription. I wasn’t the first one to call.

Road Warrior on October 23, 2012 at 6:16 am

OT: I happen to thing SJP looks great. Here’s a woman who was never pretty, having, as a teen at the start of her career, to play second fiddle on the Nancy Drew TV show to some standard generic face and yet, as a mature woman has the self confidence to let her ethnicity and age show. But where is that conventionally pretty teen star now? I can’t even remember her name. Aside from anything else SJP projects, women should take encouragement from her to be themselves and let their good feelings about themselves show thru, not try to please “society’s” demands of what they should look like.
BTW, I think the picture of Michelle is also beautiful. She definitely has a “problem” with her jawline but that would be a major surgical fix. When she does smile, it does mitigate the lantern jaw and she looks great. TOO BAD THAT WHAT’S ON THE INSIDE DOESN’T MATCH THE OUTSIDE.

Italkit on October 23, 2012 at 7:56 am

    Italkit, I agree with you regarding SJP and her fashion sense and her confidence. That is not lost on me.

    Michelle Antoinette Obama-Putin (MLROIAD) however is like Lady Junk-Junk…so ugly. Very ugly. And her inner rot does not help her ugly countenance!

    Skunky on October 23, 2012 at 10:34 am

      Skunky, sorry, I disagree about her being ugly. She does the best she can with what she has and I like her fashion esthetic for evening espcially. I do agree that the rot inside takes away a lot from it but I’m certainly no Anne Romney fan in terms of beauty or fashion. I think she’s downright ugly and has the fashion sense of an aging Preppy who tries to look glam from time to time. Yuck. If Mittens wins, you’ll have Pat Nixon all over again as first lady.

      Italkit on October 23, 2012 at 11:52 am

        Sorry Italkit but I have to disagree with you about the Mooch. She is not a good looking lady. For one thing she has a man jaw and is broad shouldered like an NFL linebacker. Plus she has an extra large rear end. And don’t get me started on her so called fashion sense. We all know that she has more toned arms than her hubby but enough already. And as far as Ann Romney goes you may not like her but I’ll take Pat Nixon over the Sasquatch from “The Six Million Dollar Man” any day.

        Ken b on October 23, 2012 at 12:40 pm

          Ken b, She can’t help her jaw and if she’d had reconstruction, y’all would be screaming about her misuse of tax dollars but it’s not a “man jaw.” As for shoulders, eh! You prefer narrow, hunched, weak ones that make all clothing look frumpy? She’s a large woman and her behind is not the skinny, flat pancake American men prefer. She’s what she is. I am small but I am definitely more curvy than the American preference calls for. You guys seem afraid of a real woman’s shape. We’re not little boys or prepubescent females. We’re women, we’ve had babies, get over it. I still get the eye at 66 and dressed modestly.

          Italkit on October 23, 2012 at 2:26 pm

      Dear Skunky,

      If Tacky O waves her arm pits in MY FACE ONE MORE TIME, I WILL PUKE.

      FASHION SENSE? HA! Cover your pits Moooooooooochele.

      PS She will miss her 22 assistants (every other First Lady has had one), and her $500,000 per month travel budget off the sweat of our brow….

      As goes Israel, so goes the World... on October 23, 2012 at 1:52 pm

“… funny how a magazine that pretends to want women to think for themselves–but doesn’t (they have mindless advertising to sell, after all)–won’t let its female readers think and decide for themselves by giving both sides in the Presidential election.”

Excellent point, Debbie.

DS_ROCKS! on October 23, 2012 at 8:18 am

I wonder who they got for the Moochelle pic? It has to be a face double, no? She is really not that good looking. It’s hard to be pretty when you are an ugly person on the inside full of racial rage against America. Is she still proud of her country?

JeffT on October 23, 2012 at 8:31 am

@ Steve – “Romney is the first step in the right direction.”

It’s surprising that since you claim to have read DS since 2008 that you learned so little. Sure, the electorate has been “shifting to the extreme left” …and Republican candidates have been following suit.

Watering down the essential principles of the GOP to get a Republican who is palatable enough for the left-leaning electorals- as you put it – is a “step in the right direction.” Not. It’s actually a step in the *wrong* direction.

With each diluted iteration of RINOs, the ideologies and practices of the GOP and Progressives (Dems) just grow more indistinguishable.

DS_ROCKS! on October 23, 2012 at 8:39 am

    Ok,so now we are just about 2 weeks away from the election?
    What are you gona do, stick your head in the sand? Pick one and live with it. Only 2 choices. Who said you are either with me or against me? No fence straddling. 2 choices!

    billie on October 23, 2012 at 9:39 am

No surprise here. These magazines are geared to what I call the “Dependent class” of women. Dependent on such frauds as Oprah, Dr. Oz, Dr. Phil, Sheeple Magazine, the “Housewives” shows, etc. Unfortunately, these drones do what they are told by their “Betters,” ie: celebutards. Real, independent, strong women such as Debbie S., Palin, Mrs. Romney, Jeanne Kirkpatrick, Margaret Thatcher, etc., are denigrated since they have left the plantation. We live in an era of “Celebrity,” and that includes the grifters living in public housing at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

herbster on October 23, 2012 at 9:24 am

Please do not remove my post again.Respect free speech !

@ Sean R

Three word for you: IDIOT,IDIOT,IDIOT…

you wrote:

“explain to me why she has tens of thousands of fans/supporters here in the US and worldwide? If she was unprofessional, me and just about all of us here on this blog and those who follow her on social-media sites wouldn’t be taking the lady seriously. And here’s your ultra BS statement:

You creep,where has she tens of thousands of fans/supporters ? Look on her site,where you also are a member(penis), there is perhaps a couple of dozen name including you, who write on her blog almost every day.Those name are visible and can be counted on fingers of both hands-that her supporters? !

Other just mock her and make fun of her arrogant ignorance’s .Same on Facebook and Twitter, few idiots supporters and tons of people blasting her for ignorance ,falsifying historical facts and buffoonery.

You wrote:

if DS made up stories out of the clear blue for no reason, don’t you think she would’ve been sued for defamation/libel? Think about that, the fact is that Debbie has NEVER made up stories to get attention or to stir controversy, plus you buffoon, she’s NEVER been sued for libel/defamation before in her life, she’s a practicing lawyer, so she would know better than to make stuff up and lie about anyone, think before you react dumb ass”

You freak of the week,in the United States of America she is safe because of its amendments, once she put her foot for instance in any of EU country she would be arrested ,put on trial and thrown in the slummer for defamation/libel of certain countries ,people that why she does not travel outside of US-dumb ass.Simply she is grounded forever and can only yap,yap in US.

Sean,let me ask you something.Were you charged with felony(stealing something from corner store or break &enter) and Schlusssel represented you pro bono ?,Now you must pay for that for rest of your life(or hers) by writing stupid and kissing her butt 24/7 ? Eh? Look like perfect scenario to me… Anyways you FAILED again loser.

jan kos on October 23, 2012 at 9:47 am

    Kos, why don’t you bugger off?

    skzion on October 23, 2012 at 1:36 pm

Fred Sanford. “I could stick your face in some dough and make some gorilla cookies!”

billie on October 23, 2012 at 9:57 am

@ jan kos

Translated, that would be “yank c**k” because it sounds like you were rubbing one out in self delusion while writing that piece of psychobabble at Sean R. He and other educated and informed readers of this site understand the dynamics of the issues while you merely resort to mindless ranting. It’s evident you have zero tolerance of people smarter than you and you indulge in self pity by attempting (poorly) to denigrate others through visceral banter.

I submit you crawl back in the hole you came from and continure residing in darkness.

IceNoMore on October 23, 2012 at 10:51 am

I was REALLY bored so I thought I’d read Moochelle’s letter. Unfortunately, I ran out of bulls**t flags to throw but here’s my take:

1.”Equal pay for Women”: Hello!!!!! I see a far greater number of women in higher management, CEO positions now than in years past. Yes, there is still some room for improvement but women are not pregnant and barefoot slaving in the kitchen anymore as Moochie would have you believe. Oh yeah….I’m an independent contractor and the company I work for is owned by a woman…Hmmmmmm.

2. “Our right to make our own Health Care decisions”: Uh, I already have that. Obamacare is his idea of ramming gov’t controlled health care down our throats and we have no “dog in the fight”. If it’s mandated by the gov’t, where’s the freedom on behalf of the individual?

3. “Affordable education within reach”: it is if you’re an illegal alien or a gracious benefactor. The public school systems are deplorable which is why I pay out the wazoo to send my kid to private school. I work long hours but it’s the investment in her future; can’t put a price and that and I’m not getting any handouts from the Beltway to do it. I don’t want their help; I want them OUT of my personal affairs and my wallet.

4. “He understands why women’s economic success is important”: That’s easy to do when the First Lady has an open checkbook to take umpteen luxurious vacations with the kids and send them to high end schools on the taxpayers’ dime. Yep, that’s the Socialist equation for success.

5. He believes everyone deserves a fair shot”: Why of course…as long as it involves bankrupting the hard workers and successful entrepreneurs to dole out to the lazy slugs and “Yo Mees” (that’s “You owe me” for those of you Kool-Aid guzzlers).

Enough said….I think that letter, along with the magazine, will help out in a bind when the TP runs out in the crapper.

IceNoMore on October 23, 2012 at 11:13 am

Oh my! Stevie is removing Debbie from his links list! That will decimate her web site!

Stevie & billy are a piece of work.

S/B: Choose between X and Y!

Rational Conservative (RC): But I reject this “choice”! And I’m tired of being given a “choice” like this! We can’t afford this anymore!

S/B: No! You must choose X or Y!

RC: Nope. Not gonna. Looks like next time you’d better get someone who is satisfactory, rather than someone who is marginally less shitty than the Dem. You only want to get to go on those Rep cruises and enjoy those Rep parties. I won’t get either of those “benefits,” just the crap that your “choice” rubs my face in every day for 4 more years.

S/B: You must choose X or Y!
You must choose X or Y!
You must choose X or Y!


Tedious, isn’t it? These morons think they can think! Only a true moron actually likes Mittens–Stevie, take a bow!

S: I just checked and almost every single one of the Steve’s 9 comments over the years has been a personal attack on me. He clearly has mental issues and can’t handle a real conservative woman who puts forth facts he can’t refute. His commenting privileges have been revoked, something I should have done three years ago. DS

skzion on October 23, 2012 at 1:46 pm

    Somebody had too much coffee today. Anyways. Ok you are right. Don’t Vote. Stupid is as stupid does.
    So you don’t like the choices.SO WHAT!!! don’t vote.
    For me, There are ONLY 2 choices. I choose Romney.
    I believe because I vote for whomever,I have a right to complain.
    SkZIon, if you are an American? You would do your duty that was hard fought for.(not sure if you are American or Foreigner)
    Someone who just throws the rocks at Glass houses,Doesn’t have a right to complain. So Just stand outside and throw rocks like a child.

    billie on October 23, 2012 at 1:58 pm

      billie, dear, not only am I a US citizen, but I am degreed (more than one) in political science, specializing in American Politics, with subspecialties in Elections and Public Opinion.

      So you can imagine what I think of flame-throwing clowns like you giving me lectures about voting. I have explained my logic before on this site. You can find this by Google searching with the terms “skzion game of chicken” (omit quotation marks).

      skzion on October 23, 2012 at 6:09 pm

Moocheele’s letter doesn’t even deserve a comment.


In your 6:14 pm post, you are appearing to be saying or at least thinking about staying at home on election day and not voting. If I’m mistaken, then you need not read this comment any further. But if I’m correct, then please read on.

Please vote. As someone said here not long ago, it’s important to vote, even if only for “none of the above”. If you don’t vote, then the message that you would be sending is that you are apathetic. That is not the message that you want to send. But, if you vote and write in “none of the above”–whether it be for the Presidency and/or for any of the other races–then the message that you would be sending is that you hate the choices that you are being given. That is the message that you want to send.

JeffE on October 23, 2012 at 8:27 pm

    JeffE, I’ve thought carefully about your post. I’ve decided that it would be very bad for me to vote for Hussein after all for the same reason it would be bad for me to vote at all.

    “If you don’t vote, then the message that you would be sending is that you are apathetic.”

    The parties’ ability to track us as individuals is limited. When we turn out, that can be tracked. Now, I am a regular voter, as most voters in off-year elections and primaries tend to be. I voted in the Republican primary (against Mittens). If I stay home, my rationale will be immediately obvious. In other words, the “message” will have been received. If I vote at all, the “message” will not be received. The only way I can communicate my disgust for yet another crappy Republican choice is not to vote at all.

    skzion on October 24, 2012 at 10:56 am


I’m sure that ole Trapjaw Mooochelle can’t help how her MANdible looks. As per that photo in that rag Elle Magazine it looks like airbrush does work wonders on a photo. That being said even if this grifter were to use tax dollars to fix her mug it wouldn’t be the first time she’s done something like that and it won’t be the last. Yes I happen to like women with normal looking (not hunched and weak)shoulders as opposed to the “Mean Joe Green” look of Blackie O. If the Gungan in Chief likes his wife to have “the guns” in the front and the “tank” in the back then that’s his business. I happen to not like either so sue me. As far as men being afraid of a real woman’s shape trust me this real red blooded American man aint. I also know that real women aren’t shaped like little boys and prepubbie girls and that some of you have had babies. So I guess I’ll shut my neaderthal mouth and get over it right. I tell you what I’ll get over it when that angry, entitled, do as I say not as I do harridan and her big eared hubby step and fetch their way out of the White House.

Ken b on October 23, 2012 at 9:02 pm

    LOL Ken B. You never disappoint.

    Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama Idi Amin Dada is just not attractive to me. It’s not just the jaw but the shark eyes, horrible mouth and her ugly scowl. I am amused by the amount of people who must pretend she is (I’m talking about in the media but it also happens for the average Joe…) gorgeous when she just isn’t. I think Oprah is more pretty (and Michelle Antoinette hates her because she is fat) than MO..fat ass or NOT.

    If others think she is attractive, knock yourself out. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. My cuppa (tea) may not be someone else’s cuppa.

    I think Italkit’s take on SJP is a valid one but I just don’t see the same with MLROIAD. But everyone is entitled to their own opinion.

    Skunky on October 23, 2012 at 10:28 pm

      Skunky, I don’t think she’s gorgeous but she’s really not scowling. It’s her unfortunate orthodontia that gives her that look. And I agree about the sharky look in her eyes. But like SJP, I think she makes the most of what she has. Of course with stylists and designers, we all could look so good.

      I think Oprah is pretty but it’s more conventional prettiness. I like people who are not classically pretty or handsome but who have something unique in their expression. I used to be compared to Rita Hayworth and although her lower face was longer and heavier than mine, there is a resemblance. Also I was watching her the other day, forget the musical’s name and she used a lot of facial expression to convey what she was portraying. I definitely saw myself in that. She did have some of my exact expressions and I’ve always been told I have a very expressive face. It registers everything.

      Italkit on October 24, 2012 at 2:55 am

    I find your comment “Blackie O” offensive in the extreme but take a gander at these shoulders. http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/ann-romney-beach-mitt-avoids-swimsuit-issue-article-1.1190285
    You do realize how much muscle it takes to control 1,500 pounds of horse flesh, right? Anne is quite the equestrienne and she’s no Audrey Hepburn.

    Italkit on October 24, 2012 at 2:47 am

Damn it, Deb! That does it! I can’t take it no more.

I’m writing in my vote for President. I’m voting for Mitt Hussein O’Bamney.


There is NO Santa Claus (aka TINSC)

There is NO Santa Claus on October 23, 2012 at 10:23 pm

So on a related subject, who’s prettier? Mittens or Obamanation? I mean, that’s what’s important, right? You’re choosing a candidate based on whether his wife gets an article in a fashion mag or not? Really?

Italkit on October 24, 2012 at 2:58 am

Debbie, you have more beauty and brains than Michelle and SJP combined!

Kurt Toy on October 24, 2012 at 10:23 am

Glad to see that I’m not the only one who thinks SJ Parker has her optics aligned with Seabiscuit and Secretariat…I bet she loves her oats.

Not Ovenready on October 24, 2012 at 1:14 pm

ELLE magazine probably did offer Ann Romney the chance to write a letter on her husband’s behalf, but knowing those two, they most likely declined. Every magazine that has offered Barack Obama the chance to share with the readers has a subtext stating that Mitt Romney was offered the same chance, but declined. What are these two afraid of anyways?! If you can’t answer a few readers questions in Good Housekeeping, how are you going to be trusted to run the U.S.A.?

C.J. on November 13, 2012 at 10:02 pm

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