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Some GOPers defend Michelle
 Palin says today's kids aren't fat enough 


Republicans eager to knock Sarah Palin from her perch at the head of the 2012 primary field
have found an unlikely wedge issue that includes an unlikely ally:  The First Lady and flab.

In an odd turn of events, some conservatives have taken to defending Michelle Obama's anti-obesity
initiative from the salvos of Palin, and suggesting that she has gone too far by seeming to mock the
first lady in a recent broadcast of "Sarah's Palin's Alaska."

In the reality show, the publicity whore prepared s'mores and said the treat was "in honor of
Michelle Obama, who said the other day we should not have dessert."

In fact, Obama has never suggested that sweets be banned from the dinner table, cafeteria
or campground. She says that she tells her kids, Sasha and Malia, that "dessert is not a right"
and that meals should be balanced with fruits and veggies.

In a recent interview, Palin again dismissed Obama's anti-obesity effort as "some politician or
politician's wife priorities," which amount to what she has in the past called a "nanny state run amok."

How is the suggestion that kids eat better and get more exercise a "nanny state run amok?"
And what's more
a "nanny state run amok" than a law that would force you to have your rapists' baby?
That's what Palin would force on women if she ever got enough power.

Mike Huckabee quickly came to come to the defense of Obama and the healthy volunteer
spirit her initiative promotes. Huckabee said, "With all due respect to my colleague and friend
Sarah Palin, I think she's misunderstood what Michelle Obama is trying to do."

She didn't misunderstand anything.
The crazy bitch looks for a fight every day and she has to lie about what Michelle said?

Then again, the Publicity Whore is going to make Obama a two-termer
so the White House probably welcomes idiot attacks like this one..



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