March 3rd, 2013
12:48 PM ET

Michelle Obama’s Oscars Uproar

Sally Quinn, Barbara Lippert and Howard Kurtz examine the First Lady’s recent glut of media appearances; have we seen too much of her?

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    I think she is great! I actually think we don't see enough of her. I watched this Google Hangout last week.

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    Health to Michelle Obama constitutes of both internal and physical, both diet and the mental and emotional state. They are all interrelated in a way. Throughout her life, she had been privileged of making the perfect choices for herself, and she considers herself fortunatefor this. Even her husband encouraged her everytime to figure out what she actually wanted to do, as they both understood the simple fact that physical happiness is connected to all the components of a healthy lifestyle, and hence she wants to pass on these concepts to her daughters. :,'*

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  5. Phil

    Michelle thrives on attention. She is a media tapeworm. As for Hollywood movies, they are mostly an embarrassment.

    March 6, 2013 at 8:20 pm | Reply
  6. Scott

    There was no mention of ABC's dishonesty with their interview with Michelle Obama. She talked about how that kid in Chicago was killed by an automatic weapon. That is false. But worse yet, ABC edited out that sentence. Just when you thought NBC was the only network pulling this crap. But we knew better.

    March 3, 2013 at 11:42 pm | Reply

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