Feb 16th 2011 11:34AM Black History month, Women's history Month, Cinco De Mayo, Holocaust rememberance and museums, Italian Americans, Irish Americans,Arab Americans, Pennsylvania Dutch, La Raza, China Town, Little Italy, sovereign American Indian Nations . . .
Why does it matter if micro-groups within the larger American Society want to celebrate their unique cultural heritage. That should not serve as a threat to anyone. These cultural and heritage celebrations are not a call for division and destruction, they're simply people wanting to know and remember who they are
Feb 9th 2011 10:12AM I am not particularly concerned about her style of dress or her appearance. She's not the one writing the book, someone else will be cashing in.
However, it amuses me that no matter what there will always be deeply hateful and meanspirited people who spew nothing but venemous words. Talking about embarrassing he country by manhandling a foreign dignitary---you must be referring to the time that President Bush decided to give the German Prime Minister a shoulder rub.
For those of you who slam the first lady's looks. . . even if you yourself may be perfect in every way (except for in your hearts)--it has nothing to do with anything that you yourself did at birth or before you were born. She's simply a woman of average looks--not a raving beauty--get over it and stop acting as though she's committed a felony because YOU don't approve of her God-given looks.
Jan 29th 2011 12:18PM southern rebel---yep, just one more lost little boy who is insecure about his inbred family, his inadequacies and let's not forget his little pink pen**.
You're not a rebel, your a disgrace to the country and your far more backward than any remote village on any continent.
Jan 29th 2011 12:10PM yea right horton, I suppose that YOU are the "nobody" who likes her. You're putting way too much energy into being hateful
Jan 29th 2011 10:51AM Kookie, now that you and your perfect self have bashed someone else, please tell the AOL world what YOU have done for society and humanity? What have YOU personally done to make the world or even your own community a better place? Are you content with yourself?
Jan 29th 2011 10:49AM You can't buy class and you can't buy a human spirit. Even if you believe that YOU yourself have class, you can't take it with you to the grave. So what's this really all about?
Jan 29th 2011 10:46AM Pamela,
who put cat crap in your oatmeal this morning? You don't even know Oprah Winfrey, yet you act as though she has caused you personal harm. Don't you have better things to do with all of your energy? If you decided to turn your negative and hateful energy into positive energy, you could probably power an entire town.
Jan 28th 2011 11:53AM hey jb7777
You sound like one of those insecure WPM with a LPD
Jan 25th 2011 2:04PM Folks, while here business may have gone belly up, she is not broke. She and her 3rd husband moved into the posh and upscale "Vineyard Estates" They paid 10s of millions of dollars for the house. She may have lost her business, but she and her family probably still have plenty of wealth.
She won a divorce settlement of $1.6 per week. That, by any stretch of the imagination is not poor or broke. And she will probably will never know or appreciate how "the other side" lives.
Jan 25th 2011 1:57PM Sandra,
I agree in part with you. However, I doubt that this family has lost everything. Remember, she leveraged her HOUSE, not her personal wealth. She won a divorce settlement of $1.6 Million per week. It's doubtful that she's homeless, poverty stricken, hungry or on welfare