Sunday, April 24, 2016

First Lady's Mississippi Commencement Speech...

First lady Michelle Obama delivers the commencement address for Jackson State University's Class of 2016 at the Mississippi Veterans Memorial Stadium in Jackson, Miss., Saturday, April 23, 2016. - Rogelio V. Solis/AP Photo

"So we've got to stand side by side with all our neighbors –- straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender; Muslim, Jew, Christian, Hindu immigrant, Native American -- because the march for civil rights isn't just about African Americans, it's about all Americans. It's about making things more just, more equal, more free for all our kids and grandkids. That's the story you all have the opportunity to write. That's what this historic university has prepared you to do."

First Lady Michelle Obama, Saturday, April 23, 2016.

Sadly there are many who still disagree with the First Lady's words of truth.

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Via: Memeorandum

4 comments:

  1. "Sadly there are many who still disagree with the First Lady's words of truth>"

    Take a look around the far right blogsphere and news sites to find the "many" who disagree with anything Mr. and Mrs. Obama say. There's one particular blogger who runs around the blogs telling everyone we should avoid vitriol and nastiness when we talk to each other, then this blogger uses vitriol and nastiness to describe the people who live in the White House.

    There's no reasoning with those people because no matter the facts and evidence, they are influenced by their visceral hatred of the Obamas. It's a sickness with no cure. They talk to each other and reinforce their "false facts" and gossip.

    Mrs. Obama's message to the graduates of Jackson State is a message all reasonable people agree with. But the operative word is "reasonable."

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  2. Would someone saying Michelle Obama wasn't proud to be American be an example of Obama derangement syndrome in action? I ask out of curiosity.

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