By Michelle Obama
• Affirmative Action
• Balancing profession and family
• Barack’s safety
• Being in comparison to Jackie Onassis
• Her childhood
• Her critics
• Her model sense
• Hillary Clinton
• Rev. Jeremiah Wright
• Sarah Palin
• The “elitist” tag
• The Presidential campaign
• The function of the 1st Lady
• ladies who've encouraged her
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Let’s do them! I [didn’t] are looking to run for president! lifestyles was once cozy! It was once secure! not anyone was once takin’ photos people! Salon. com, November 28, 2007 Barack’s no longer promising the moon. He’s acknowledged all alongside, “This election isn't approximately me. It’s approximately we all. ” swap doesn’t ensue from the pinnacle down; it occurs from the ground up. It calls for every person to paintings. Minneapolis famous person Tribune, October 14, 2008 I live on these things through no longer getting too a ways forward. united states at the present time, might eleven, 2007 you recognize, there are races in a presidential race. There’s the race within the press, which has felt so very diverse from what I see at the floor. If I have been simply the papers and never spending lots time in Iowa, i'd have by no means estimated the end result in Iowa. inform Me extra, NPR, January 25, 2008 the sport of politics is the item I hate the main approximately this entire technique. Reno Gazette-Journal (NV), August 10, 2007 while i used to be a bit lady, the idea of a girl or an African American being president was once the furthest factor from what might be attainable. So it’s basically now that i'm seeing, during this race, those extraordinary applicants that i do know, as a few have acknowledged, that we now can movement past these matters and we will opt for who we expect is the simplest candidate. Larry King reside, February eleven, 2008 Our lives are so just about basic, if there's any such factor while you’re working for President. while I’m off the line, I’m going to focus on to get the lavatory paper, I’m status on football fields, and that i imagine there’s only a point of connection that will get misplaced the additional you get into being a candidate. New Yorker, March 10, 2008 It used to be by no means going to be effortless. Madison Capital occasions (WI), September 22, 2008 ON PUBLIC schooling You can’t simply discuss enhancing schooling with out speaking approximately bettering pay for academics or with the intention that mom and dad are doing their half. humans need to switch their habit as well as structures and associations altering. Chicago Tribune, April 22, 2007 whilst you’re speaking approximately making sure that your children have a good public institution to visit, what’s extra very important than that? How do you make sure that the government goes to take a position adequate assets to make sure that each baby during this kingdom has entry to an honest schooling? CBS night information with Katie Couric, February 15, 2008 ON PUBLIC existence Barack is distinctive, and I’m prepared to proportion him. I’m keen to percentage the women. If we will be able to have greater faculties and health and wellbeing care and aid mothers who're suffering and come again on the right track across the world, then all this? sizeable deal. i will deal with it. humans, June 18, 2007 Being public figures used to be no longer whatever we deliberate for. this is often an oddity. you simply need to say, this is often fascinating. having the ability to shuttle and fix with humans, it’s been very optimistic and a true blessing. The Telegraph (UK), July 26, 2008 Our demanding situations get publicized, and that i see that as a present to allow humans recognize there's no magic to this. Essence, September 2007 ON PUERTO RICO’S destiny That’s a subject matter that are meant to be made up our minds via the electorate [in Puerto Rico].