Michelle Obama: Gay Activism Requires Forbearance From You … Not Me

Written by Marilyn Assenheim on June 7, 2013

Ellen Sturtz had paid $500 to be admitted to FLOTUS’s shindig. She had donated $5,000 to The Lyin’ King’s 2008 campaign. The activist group of which she is a member, GetEqual, has been present for many of The Lyin’ King’s appearances, badgering him to make good on his promises to mandate gay equal rights … which are already covered under the law but, that is another matter.

Apparently, The Lyin’ King, thin-skinned as he is, handles disruption better than his arguably-better half; FLOTUS’s response to Ms. Sturtz seemed to come as a shock to the ejectee. After being jettisoned, Ms. Sturtz reported that she was “stunned” by the First Lady’s response. The Washington Post reported that Ms. Sturtz said “I was taken aback.” She said she told (FLOTUS) she was happy to take the microphone to plead her case which agitated the first lady. Agitating the first lady is never a good idea. Ms. Sturtz has discovered, the hard way, her $500 didn’t buy much.

Liberals aren’t immune from this regime’s displeasure. If you haven’t done anything for them lately, you’d better get used to staring at the underside of a bus.

And being gay is no safeguard; just ask former ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens.

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Marilyn Assenheim
Marilyn Assenheim was born and raised in New York City. She spent a career in healthcare management although she probably should have been a casting director. Or a cowboy. A serious devotee of history and politics, Marilyn currently lives in the NYC metropolitan area.