No sacrifice too great for Michelle Obama

The First Lady has once again uttered words that reveal her self-absorbed interior life.  Speaking in Copenhagen, she referred to her trip as a "sacrifice." Byron York caught it yesterday:

"As much of a sacrifice as people say this is for me or Oprah or the president to come for these few days," the first lady told a crowd of people involved in the Chicago project, "so many of you in this room have been working for years to bring this bid home."

"People say"? Who on earth has been telling Michelle that she is sacrificing something for the American people? Since when is one sacrificing herself by carrying out the duties of FLOTUS?

There is a victim mentality at work here. Life is unfair. This is a woman who sees herself put-upon by life, the victim of forces beyond her control. And she lives in the White House!

Aside from the obvious fact that this is a glamorous,
luxurious trip on a private jet, a staying in the fanciest accommodations type of excursion, anyone who looks at her job as a sacrifice has what most employers call a "bad attitude." She fought hard for this job, and has used its perks to the max, including a fabulous family shopping trip to Paris. Face it: Michelle loves living large.

Copenhagen is a wonderful place to visit, and the shopping is fabulous, particularly if money is not an issue. Danish design and quality are legendary in a wide range of home furnishings.

What kind of person pities herself over jetting off with her home town pal Oprah, with Hubby flying in later to join the girls?

Hat tip: Larwyn