Magazines: Michelle Obama Combating Childhood Obesity Makes Her One of Time’s Most Influential People.

 

But that didn’t stop US conservative political commentator Rush Limbaugh from weighing in on Obama’s contribution to the cause:

“I’m trying to say that our First Lady does not project the image of women that you might see on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, or of a woman Alex Rodriguez might date every six months or what have you. I mean, women are under constant pressure to look lithe, and Michelle My Belle is out there saying if you eat the roots and tree bark and the berries and all this cardboard stuff you will live longer, be healthier and you won’t be obese. Okay, fine, show us.”

It looks like she just did.

Elsewhere: [Time] The 2011 Time 100: Michelle Obama.

[MamaMia] Michelle Obama is Too Fat to Fight Childhood Obesity.

3 thoughts on “Magazines: Michelle Obama Combating Childhood Obesity Makes Her One of Time’s Most Influential People.

  1. Pingback: Magazines: Forget People. Time’s Most Influential Things. « The Early Bird Catches the Worm

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