Will Michelle Obama make a push to keep the dynasty in power?
By Shepard Ambellas
WASHINGTON, D.C. (INTELLIHUB) — Make no mistake, the First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, has been quite active during her husband’s presidency and for good reason.
While Michelle may have been overly fervent with her botched school lunch campaign, she has managed to garner the attention of the American people through both the press and social media. Not to mention, her neuro linguistic programing (NLP) and speaking skills are among some of the best around as she was likely trained by the master himself, pushing agendas through with ease.
So is Michelle O planning to run for a Senate seat?
Shockingly, a Senate run might not be too far off for Michelle. In fact, Keith Koffler, writing for Reuters in an opinion piece Thursday, wrote:
The Senate looks like the perfect place for Obama. She could weigh in on any topic without having the executive responsibilities required of a governor or mayor — management reputedly not being one of her strong suits.
She would quickly become the most recognizable face in the Senate. Her fame and fundraising ability would command deference in a body that normally operates on seniority.
Whether the recent elevation of her profile suggests a plan to run is unclear, but she will be well positioned should she jump in.
Obama has stepped up her recent fundraising — holding two events for Democrats just this week and creating valuable chits she can call in should she run for office.
Moreover, it would be a perfect way for the C.I.A. backed Obama dynasty to keep a stronghold on a portion of America, keeping their hand in the cookie jar like others such as the Clinton’s and Bush’s.
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