Michelle Obama was in Milwaukee yesterday, campaigning for Democrat Mary Burke. Some people were shocked to see Obama win because "they were counting on folks like us to stay home," FLOTUS says
Michelle has a history of saying weird stuff in Wisconsin.
In February 2008, at a campaign event in Madison, Michelle made her infamous statement about being proud of her country "for the first time."
The same day, in Milwaukee, Michelle made her infamous declaration that "our souls are broken."
Well, she's back and she's talking again.
This time, Michelle was with Mary Burke, perhaps the most unqualified candidate for public office since Obama.
What did Michelle say?
"Folks like us"?
"Folks like us."
This is so typical of the Democrats and their approach.
The Obamas divide to conquer. They've been doing it since 2008, and they're continuing.
It's truly unfortunate.
It's so important that "folks like us" do NOT stay home home on November 4, 2014.
We need to elect Scott Walker the governor of Wisconsin a third time.
Some people were shocked to see Obama win because "they were counting on folks like us to stay home," FLOTUS says— Jennifer Epstein (@jeneps) September 29, 2014