Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Hey Barack Obama ~ STAY Away From The Children

Sex Ed for Kindergarteners ‘Right Thing to Do,’ Says Obama

ABC News' Teddy Davis and Lindsey Ellerson Report: Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., told Planned Parenthood Tuesday that sex education for kindergarteners, as long as it is "age-appropriate," is "the right thing to do."

"I remember Alan Keyes . . . I remember him using this in his campaign against me," Obama said in reference to the conservative firebrand who ran against him for the U.S. Senate in 2004. Sex education for kindergarteners had become an issue in his race against Keyes because of Obama’s work on the issue as chairman of the health committee in the Illinois state Senate.

"'Barack Obama supports teaching sex education to kindergarteners,'" said Obama mimicking Keyes' distinctive style of speech. "Which -- I didn’t know what to tell him (laughter)."

"But it’s the right thing to do," Obama continued, "to provide age-appropriate sex education, science-based sex education in schools."

Wild Thing's comment........

Why can't these freaks just let kids be kids?!!!???!!!

Planned Patenthood mixed with freakin Obama is death to the precious innocense of the children of our country.

Ronald Reagan once said something like.....

“Our children have the right to a childhood of innocence.”

Economic crisis, nuke proliferation to top Obama-Singh talks

The first meeting between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and US President Barack Obama at the G-20 meeting in London on April 1-2 will be dominated by the global economic slowdown, nuclear non-proliferation and reorientation of US policy towards Afghanistan-Pakistan.

Singh will meet Obama on the sidelines of the summit.

The meeting is significant because apart from Singh being one of the few world leaders who will meet Obama in a one-on-one meeting during the summit, there are points of convergence and divergence regarding these issues the duo would have to address.

Speaking here on Monday, Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon said India would advocate reform and regulation of international multilateral institutions such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank (WB), besides ensuring transparency in their functioning. As was its stand in the G-20 summit in Washington last November, Menon said India would highlight the need to “eschew protectionist measures”. This is especially the case in the US, where as part of its multi-billion-dollar stimulus packages, tax breaks are being given to companies that prefer employing US citizens rather than outsource their operations abroad.

The contentious issue of visa restrictions that this move entails is a sticking point for the two leaders to tackle.

The other global issue that’ll take precedence is nuclear non-proliferation. Menon has said that India “would not stand in the way of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT)” from taking effect, but would continue to be out of the CTBT’s fold in its current form due to its discriminatory nature. As Obama has nuclear disarmament high on his agenda, Singh would be keen to hear his views on a “proposed summit on nuclear terrorism, anti-satellite weapon agreement and the elimination of clandestine nuclear proliferation networks.”

Obama looking forward to meet Manmohan at G-20

Washington: Ahead of his meeting with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, the White House has said President Barack Obama greatly values Indo-US relationship and wants to "further advance the impressive partnership" the two countries have established in the last one decade.

Obama will leave on Tuesday to attend the G-20 summit in London on the sidelines of which he would be meeting Singh on April 2.

This would be Obama's first meeting with the Indian leader after he was elected as President last year, to which he is eagerly "looking forward to", the White House said. "The President is looking forward to meeting with Prime Minister Singh in London," said Mike Hammer, spokesman of National Security Council, White House.

"He greatly values the US-India relationship and wants to continue, build on, and advance further the impressive partnership that has been established," Hammer said.

The President recognises and appreciates the incredible contribution made by Indian-Americans to the US economy and society and also the vast connections that are developing between Indian and American investors, academics, and families, he said.

Obama hopes to foster and nurture those relationships through bilateral and regional initiatives that support strong ties, he said.

"The President also believes that the US and India have common interests and concerns on many global issues and he hopes to be able to work with India to address these challenges together in a spirit of mutual cooperation," Hammer said.

During the meeting the two leaders are expected to discuss a wide range of issues, prominent among them being the current situation in India's immediate neighbourhood, Afghanistan and Pakistan and Obama's new Af-Pak policy, which he unveiled last week.

The current global economic crisis, climate change and the bilateral relationship too would dominate the meetings.

Speaking to a group of select foreign journalists, including PTI, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said on Monday that the two leaders would be taking stock of the full range of issues and interests between the two countries.

"I think, we start with a very good working relationship with the economic agencies involved. We are trying to figure out how to build on that. Obviously we will listen to the ideas from the Indian government. It is important that we work out something that both sides believe would be practical and effective," he said.

Meeting foreign journalists along with him, the Deputy National Security Advisor, Michael B G Froman, said the Obama Administration is discussing with Indian counterparts how to make the "most out of the" Indo-US CEOs forum.

A Trader works on the floor of the New York

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange March 30, 2009. U.S. President Barack Obama rejected turnaround plans from General Motors and Chrysler on Monday, and three European governments aided struggling lenders, sending markets tumbling on renewed fears over the global recession. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

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U.S. President Barack Obama speaks about the auto industry in the White House in Washington, March 30, 2009. Obama ordered General Motors Corp and Chrysler LLC to accelerate their turnaround efforts and brace for possible bankruptcy, saying bailout funds will be limited and poor decision-making will not be excused. REUTERS/Larry Downing

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks.........

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks about the auto industry next to U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner (L) in the Grand Foyer of the White House in Washington March 30, 2009. REUTERS/Larry Downing

Barack Obama With Child

Barack Obama With Child


A new twist on the “Is Obama a Christian?” debate"

Washington, USA - The “Is Obama a Christian?” discussion is starting up again, this time not by people who suspect he’s a Muslim but those who think he’s a phony follower of Jesus Christ. The occasion for this is the posting on Beliefnet of an interview he gave to the Chicago Sun Times in 2004, while he was still an Illinois state senator. Conservative Christians have taken his religious views as proof he’s not a real Christian, but there’s support from a more liberal corner for his views.

That there is disagreement isn’t really a surprise. Theologians have been debating who is a Christian almost since the dawn of the faith and still dispute where the dividing lines lie. What is more interesting is that critics are picking apart his views — or purported views — on theological issues that have no obvious importance for his job as president.

Bloggers Joe Carter and Rod Dreher read in Obama’s interview a denial of the Nicene Creed since he called Jesus “a bridge between God and man” rather than clearly saying he is the Son of God (hat tip to Steve Waldman). “Unless Obama was being incredibly and uncharacteristically inarticulate, this is heterodox. You cannot be a Christian in any meaningful sense and deny the divinity of Jesus Christ. You just can’t,” Dreher writes. Has Obama denied the divinity of Jesus Christ here? That’s not clear here. Another point that Carter notes is that he doesn’t believe that people who have not embraced Jesus as their personal saviour will automatically go to hell. “I can’t imagine that my God would allow some little Hindu kid in India who never interacts with the Christian faith to somehow burn for all eternity. That’s just not part of my religious makeup,” he said.

Elsewhere on its site, Beliefnet quotes a prominent Catholic theologian saying the same thing: “…Everything we believe about God, and everything we know about man, prevents us from accepting that beyond the limits of the Church there is no more salvation … We are no longer ready and able to think that our neighbor, who is a decent and respectable man and in many ways better than we are, should be eternally damned simply because he is not a Catholic. We are no longer ready, no longer willing, to think that eternal corruption should be inflicted on people in Asia, in Africa, or wherever it may be, merely on account of their not having “Catholic” marked in their passport.” This came from none other than a certain Joseph Ratzinger, aka Pope Benedict XVI. The quote is from 1964, from the young Ratzinger, and is not what he would say today. But even he said it back then and many theologians would agree with Obama’s view today.

As Waldman points out, it’s a view that George Bush would also agree with. And apparently with him many Christians as well:“millions and millions of people call themselves Christian, worship at Christian churches and believe that acceptance of Christ is not required for entry into heaven. In a recent Pew poll, 70% said ‘many religions can lead to eternal life.’ 66% of Protestants and 79% of Catholics said they agreed with that idea.”

Over at the Episcopal CafĂ© blog The Lead, blogger JB Chilton reprints reprints Obama’s answer about his suspicion of dogma and cautious turn towards faith and says: “Sounds like a good Episcopalian. The Episcopal Church welcomes you.”

Friday, March 27, 2009

Media and Obama: The Past as Prologue?

When I ran across Deborah Howell's not me[a] culpa in the Washington Post the Sunday after the election, I had just finished reading a collection of post-election profiles of pro-abortion President-elect Barack Obama so sugary sweet you gained pounds just by eyeballing them. Whether they appeared in the same Sunday "Outlook" section that Howell's Ombudsman column ran in or the major news magazines that ran rivers of mushy/gushy stories about Obama, they represented a kind of exclamation point on Howell's conclusion that the Post's campaign coverage had demonstrated a "tilt" toward Obama.

The point of Howell's analysis was to concede the obviousthe Post did everything but carpet bomb the McCain campaign while throwing flower petals in the direction of Obamabut not at the expense of suggesting her colleagues had any ulterior motives.

For those old enough to remember Watergate, her unintentionally amusing musings bring to mind John Ehrlichman's infamous "modified limited hangout." For those who don't immediately get the reference, it became a derisive, all-purpose putdown for years afterwards.

The gist is that when you know your cover story is no longer operative, what do you do? Volunteer part of the truth in the hope that the audience will be satisfied (or so surprised) that you never have to own up to the far more damaging truth safely tucked away.

So, Howell tells us that the Post editorial page ran two and a half times as many laudatory opinion pieces on Obama as McCain and that "Stories and photos about Obama in the news pages outnumbered those devoted to McCain." That quantitative measure does not begin to measure the impact of the mounds of praise heaped on Obama in the stories and opinion pieces or the vitriolic and dismissive tone of so much Post coverage of McCain.

In places like the Project for Excellence in Journalism, they also quantify the negative stories. And, of course, there were far more negative stories about McCain than Obama. But mere numbers hardly do justice to the intensity of the assault. If 10 firecrackers are dropped on Obama and 15 nuclear weapons on McCain, are you conveying the full impact when you merely say McCain was on the receiving end of more attacks?

And at the same time the Post did its best to eviscerate Gov. Sarah Palin, there were so few mentions of Obama's vice president, Sen. Joseph Biden, we almost forgot he was still on the campaign trail. Look at the contrast.

As Howell wrote, as soon as McCain chose Palin as his running mate, reporters were booking their flights to Alaska. No one suspected they did so in order to write puff pieces about the first female governor in Alaska's history, an intuition richly borne out by experience.

Biden's first presidential campaign in 1988 had exposed him as, shall we say, ethically challenged. Virtually nothing was mentioned about how that pattern of behavior had extended long past that first disastrous run. More important, neither did the Post see fit to highlight the seemingly limitless string of gaffes and (to be polite) erroneous statements that flowed from Biden's lips these last few months.

And then there's this "no-kidding" observation that came near the end: Howell acknowledges that Obama "deserved tougher scrutiny" about his undergraduate years, his start in Chicago, and his controversial associations.

What a coincidence. The same week Obama is safely elected you discover your paper had kowtowed to Obama. To your surprise, you discover that the Post's coverage is so inadequate that Obama is still almost a blank slate the day he is elected our 44th President.

A story by Jennifer Harper appeared in the next day's Washington Times. Unlike Howell, the public had long understood perfectly that the media was tilted.

"A Pew Research Center survey released in late October found, for example, that 70 percent of voters agreed that the press wanted Mr. Obama to win the White House; the figure was 62 percent even among Democratic respondents," Harper writes. On the general topic of bias, "A current Harvard University analysis revealed that 77 percent of Americans say the press in politically biased; of that group, 5 percent said it skewed conservative," Harper added.

As this edition of National Right to News goes to press, there is considerable discussion about just how long and how harmonious the honeymoon will be. Consider these two factors.

1. On the one hand, the mainstream media has an enormous investment in Obama. On the other hand, when reporters, as inevitably they will, come down from their self-induced euphoria, they will have intermittent pangs of guilt for having sold their integrity for a mess of pottage. The former will win out over the latter for some time. But at the same time

2. You don't have to be a pro-lifer, a Republican, or even a skeptic to realize that Obama possesses a very healthy ego and has not shown particular patience with the institutional media, otherwise known as the dinosaur media. He benefited enormously from the Old Guardthe hit pieces on Palin, the recycled stories about McCain from decades pastbut Obama readily circumvented them whenever it served his purposes, which was most of the time. As Howard Kurtz of the Washington Post observed, Obama built up a formidable digital outreach, choosing bloggers and places like politico.com to announce breaking news.

Obama being very rude

President-elect Barack Obama is demonstrating vainglorious ill manners in trying to overshadow George Bush's economic and foreign policy efforts before he enters the Oval Office. He will not be president for another six weeks. For the good of the country he should stop his incessant mud slinging.

Obama not a family man

Richard Eyre (My View, Dec. 22) stated that President-elect Barack Obama was a caring family man. I do not see Obama as such. Obama's values are not the same as mine. He supports abortion - even if the baby is born alive, he supports letting it die. He has stated that if his daughters made a mistake, that he doesn't want to punish them. He has read to his daughters "King and King" and taught them that same-sex relations are OK. He wants the courts to overturn California's Proposition 8 vote. He has voted several times to raise taxes on earnings over $42,000. I'm sorry, Mr. Eyre, but I do not see Obama as a true family man.

Obama address is fantasy speech

It was a great speech for those who still believe in the tooth fairy. The president overstated how bad things were that he "inherited," promised he'd improve everything, then justified his actions as if the only other choice was to do nothing.

But nobody has suggested "doing nothing," and his actions since being elected have just pushed real estate prices and the stock market to plummet further.

His speech promised energy independence, but had no proposal for the proven remedies of nuclear power or increased offshore drilling.

The president promised educational reform with more money to go down the ratholes. He promised universal health care even though the government is already broke, and promised to support our military but closed Guantanamo Bay and eliminated new weapons systems.

The first trillion dollars spent he labels "stimulus and no earmarks," but the truth is that it is all earmarks to Democratic groups with no solution for the nation's real estate, finance crisis or economy.

His promise to "cut the deficit in half" is ridiculous as his proposals balloon the deficit more than ever in our history! His tax increase proposals will kill the economy, not improve it.

Obama demonstrates leadership

Listening to Barack Obama speak last week to the American people and the Congress, I had a strange and disturbing feeling.

I couldn't shake the queasy, unmistakable notion that something was amiss, strange, even foreign. Then I realized what I was reacting to: leadership, wisdom, progress, honesty.

I feel like we've been water-boarded for the last 30 years and only now allowed to breathe.

Barack Obama is an American

It is an article of faith in the loopier precincts of the Internet, impervious to evidence to the contrary, that Barack Obama is ineligible to be president of the United States because he is not a "natural born citizen" as the Constitution requires.

All this would be quite harmless, like believing in the Illuminati or alien abduction, except that the extra-chromosome true believers have taken to filing suit in the federal courts basically seeking to overturn the election.

For even the most ardent Obama opponents, this issue was settled during the campaign when the candidate posted his birth certificate on his Web site showing that he was born in Hawaii, and not Kenya as alleged, and Hawaii state officials vouched for the authenticity of the document.

U.S. District Judge James Robertson, showing refreshing proof that the cause of common sense is not totally dead in our judicial system, had had enough and threw out one such suit, saying, "This case, if it were allowed to proceed, would deserve mention in one of those books that seek to prove the law is foolish and that America has too many lawyers with not enough to do."

He noted that over the two years of the Obama campaign the issue of his citizenship "was raised, vetted, blogged, texted, twittered and otherwise massaged by America's vigilant citizenry" without ever producing a shred of evidence that he was anything but natural born.

Robertson ordered the plaintiff's attorney to show cause why he shouldn't have to pay Obama's legal fees for filing a frivolous and harassing case. The prospect of having to part with actual cash may serve to get these cases out of the courtroom and back in wing-nut land where they belong.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Obama Collectibles - Own a Piece of Modern History With Obama Memorabilia

We have just witnessed one of the most exciting presidential campaigns in modern history. The 2008 campaign for United States President had many ups and downs, and some surprising twists. The most surprising was the amazing rise of a little known senator from Illinois named Barack Obama, who in mere months went from underdog to front runner.

Along the way, people began to hear his message of hope and change and realized that America could be great again, if we all just worked together. Barack Obama created a movement that is still going strong today. Of course, with any movement of this size, there's a lot of history being made and we all want to own a little piece of it for ourselves so that we can always remember this special time.

Barack Obama's popularity has created a growing demand for all sorts of Obama collectibles of every size, shape and form. If you supported Barack Obama during the campaign, then you probably already own some campaign memorabilia like buttons, pins, hats, posters, yard signs and t-shirts.

Fortunately, there are now many more Obama related things to collect besides campaign items. Some of these items may grow in value over time, while others are just keepsakes for you to treasure forever.

Barack Obama Commemorative Coins - Barack Obama coins are one of the hottest selling items right now and there are several ads on TV offering a selection of colorful coins with his image on them. Here are some facts about Barack Obama coins:

The coins being advertised the most are U.S. Mint coins that have been colorized with a special coating.

There is some controversy as to the real value of these coins. If you intend to purchase these coins, be aware that even though they are currency, their value has been greatly diminished by the colorization process. Meaning, they're pretty to look at, but won't grow in monetary value over time.

The U.S. Mint has issued a warning concerning these colorized coins stating that they do not endorse, sponsor or authorize any coin that has been altered or defaced for commercial purposes. Therefore, if you buy them for a keepsake that's fine, but don't buy extra sets counting on being able to resell them for a profit later on. Colorized coins are worthless.

Having said that, there are some very nice sets out there that can be displayed and even used as educational pieces. If you see any coin set that is being advertised as going up in value, do your research before buying.

Barack Obama Commemorative Plate - Obama plates are also being heavily advertised on TV and elsewhere as high-quality collectibles. A ceramic collector plate of Barack Obama usually is the size of a normal dinner plate and features an official looking color picture of Barack Obama. Some plates are done by independent artist and can feature embossed photos of Obama or the first family.

An Obama plate may or may not come with a display stand, which is a small stand that you can sit the plate on top of to display it on a shelf, or inside a glass cabinet.

Barack Obama Poster Art - This has been one of the most popular items during the campaign and has now branched out into the post election era. The most famous of all Barack Obama posters is the Obama hope poster done by artist Shepard Fairey. This iconic poster was originally hung around Chicago and other urban cities as a cool way to promote the change candidate.

After the election, this particular poster has only grown in value and popularity. It is a physical reminder that in these stressful times, there's always hope for a better tomorrow. In addition to the Shepard Fairey Obama poster featuring the words hope or change, there's another popular one that says progress.

There are two versions of the Obama progress poster. One created by Fairey, and another rarer one created by an artist named Scott Hansen. Hansen's poster differs from Fairey's in that it has a more retro vibe and features the images of people surrounding a large tree. The Obama symbol is in the middle and the word Progress is written in large letters on the bottom. There are also other unique posters created by a variety of talented artists.

Barack Obama Tee Shirts - Creativity abounds when it comes to t-shirts featuring the image of Barack Obama. There are the official tees created by the campaign, but many people love the uniquely original versions that can only be found from creative artists of many stripes.

There are cheap Obama t shirts and nicer urban Obama shirts like the powerful Obama MLK t shirts featuring the likeness of our 44th President and Martin Luther King, Jr. I've also seen some cool ones commemorating the inauguration.

Newspaper Cover with Obama - There are a lot of people who like to own a copy of big city newspapers that feature a major event on the cover. A newspaper shows off an important story like no other periodical can. The bigger the city, the better. Many people are now seeking copies of New York newspapers with Obama election results, or Obama newspaper headlines. This is because The New York Times is read by people around the world.

The Chicago Sun Times and USA Today covers are examples of other newspapers that are highly collectible. Obama's historic election and inauguration are captured in exciting detail by these daily papers.

Barack Obama Commemorative Magazine - Obama Time magazine covers are in high demand due to the popularity of both Obama himself and Time magazine. Time has been documenting important world events for decades and seems to be a collector favorite for this reason.

There are other great Obama magazine covers like that cool one from Ebony that features Obama wearing sunglasses and exiting his ride. Another great one is the recent Rolling Stone magazine cover with the blue background. There will be many more of these - count on it.

Barack Obama Buttons - Because they're so easy to make, there are hundreds of buttons featuring the likeness of Barack Obama. Many people already have official campaign buttons. However, there are many more created by independent artists with all sorts of designs and colors. If you're collecting Obama memorabilia, you've got to have at least one cool Obama button.

Barack Obama Mugs - There are black Obama coffee mugs and white obama coffee mugs with all kinds of cool artwork. Buy one to drink out of and one just for display. The more unique the design is, the more you'll treasure it.

Obama Comics - Yes, there is already a comic book that features Obama on the cover (Amazing Spiderman #583 Variant Comic Book). It's a special edition Marvel Spiderman Comic where our superhero, Spiderman, saves inauguration day. This is very limited and highly collectible. The creators of the series found out that Obama collected Spiderman comics when he was a kid. I'm sure there will be more Obama comic book fun in the future.

Barack Obama Shoes - Believe it or not, you can buy Obama shoes or Obama sneakers that have unique Obama graphics on them. These aren't official shoes made by famous name brand manufacturers, but they sure are super cool.

Do We Dare With-Obama?

Obama is not the right person for President, period. Why? We judge a person by whom he hangs around with, what is said, and if he stays in the same house with the person he says is doing wrong, and we so judge this person accordingly. It took him a long time for him to make that decision, with a lot of apologies in between to leave his church domain. We judge everyday, ever decision we make. To be frank, none of the three candidates are fit for office, but I fear Obama, is the worse of the worse, Clinton, whom I do not favor either is the best of the worse. This of course is my opinion. But I have looked, as the nation has looked closely at his background, as we should, and what he says, and where he came from, and where he goes, and who he hangs around with, and found him needing. He regrets he has had a negative relationship with a church recently, that is recently, I wonder what that church has talked about for the last twenty years, it by their own tongue, anti white, anti everything but Muslim and black, so it seems, and under the roof of Christianity "Wherefore, if I come, I will remember his deeds which he doeth, prating against us with malicious words: and not content three with, neither doth he himself receive the brethren, and forbade them that would, and cast them out of the church." (Epistle of John) they talk it, they salute it, and all in the name of Jesus Christ. They scorn Clinton, as if she should be hated, "But he that hate his brother is in darkness, and walks in darkness, and know not whither he goes, because that darkness hath blinded his eyes." (1 John). God gave to John a message he said, "...try the spirits see if they are of God: because false prophets are gone out into the world." This is Obama's church in a nutshell.

I hate to tell them, but Christ was not black, nor was he white, he was Jewish, and we know what a Jew looks like, do we not, and what comes out of the mouth comes from the heart, and so we know the heart of the church, and perhaps a good portion of the heart of Obama. On the other hand, he has a slight bend to the Muslim agenda. On one hand this is seen as a gift, for both sides of the world, on the other it is very suspicious-like taking his middle name out of his full name, and not exposing the fact his father is Muslim, they had to pry it out of him, because he wants to hide the fact for the present, until he makes president, he is of the Muslim code, or could be. Even Satan can go into a church and bend his knees with the rest of the crowd, and walk out smiling. It does not mean he is for Christ, his ways his heart. And one cannot afford to guess who is sitting in the White House.

He is pro gun control. If he could, and he may have the chance to, he'd take the guns away from everyone in America, everyone that is, but his bodyguards. Perhaps he will also join the International Court that will end the active role for our military around the world as a superior power, tie their hands. Also, he will give the United Nations all they want, at the expense of the American Tax payer, now we give twenty-billion of our money to feed the empire of the UN, while our own unfed, remain unfed. This would pull the rug from under the chair right out from the poor.

He has never served a day in the military, and I do not think is qualified, to control the military, why should we give him control of something he knows nothing about. It is like giving a backyard car mechanic, the go ahead to fix the 747 Jet at the international airport, whom will carry all the food, arms, money, and congress to its next destination. I spent eight years in active duty, one in war. And he wants to be Commander and Chief, where is his qualifications, in this area I would and could make better decisions, and I do not feel qualified. God help us all, if he is president.

Obama and Asthma Education - Melia Obama's Plight to Breathe

Asthma is a very debilitating condition to deal with. Most people do not understand the consequences of not being able to get your breath. Exposure to irritants and allergens in the air can bring on an Asthma attack before you even know it is happening. Imagine not being able to get your breath, that the lifestyle of a child with Asthma.

Michelle Obama gave a speech in which she said the following to the audience: "I come here as a mom whose girls are the heart of my heart and the center of my world," she added. "They're the first thing I think about when I wake up in the morning, and the last thing I think about when I go to bed at night. Asthma is nothing new for Michelle Obama to deal with concerning her daughter Melia Obama.

Parents such as Barack and Michelle Obama need to understand how to reduce the chances of an Asthma attack especially while living in "The White House". This is an old building built in 1792 and has all types of allergens such as mold, lead paint, lead paint dust and other potential Asthma triggers in its hidden passageways. It is not going to be easy for Melia Obama living in "The White House" and having to cope with her illness.

I have multiple clients who have Asthma and are also allergic to Perfumes and Colognes. Some of them can react in such a severe manner that they end up in the Emergency Room from this exposure. If Melia Obama is allergic to Perfumes and Colognes such as my other clients, being at social functions that are hosted in "The White House" are going to be a real challenge for her. I wish her my best in having to deal with possible "Perfume and Cologne Allergies". Her best course of action is avoidance.

In conclusion, educating people about the dangers of an Asthma attack is an important task for Michelle Obama as the mother of Melia Obama. Melia's health should be the number one priority as an example for other American Parents who have children with Asthma or Allergies. Educating America on this problem should be on the top of the her list. When you have your health, you have the world in the palm of your hand for success. When you don't have your health, you are limited in your success by your health.

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