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Michelle Obama


That appears to be the leading vote recipiant, by far.....so far.


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@jp6406 wrote:

I hope this not sound too partisan, because I don't mean it to be. BUT .........

The both two Bush wives were the most gracious along with Nancy Reagan. Easy three place tie.  

For the worst, clearly the "Pantsuit Princess" Hillary. Second worst, Lady Bird. All the rest were pretty average. The future looks promising.         


Maybe I'm biased, but it doesn't sound partisan to me.  All good choices in my always humble opinion.


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I hope this not sound too partisan, because I don't mean it to be. BUT .........

The both two Bush wives were the most gracious along with Nancy Reagan. Easy three place tie.  

For the worst, clearly the "Pantsuit Princess" Hillary. Second worst, Lady Bird. All the rest were pretty average. The future looks promising.         

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Eleanor Roosevelt! Hung in there and helped out her husband AND her country while still taking care of her family! What a woman! She's a rockstar! 

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Jacquline Kennedy was my all time favorite First Lady.  She was always such a polished person in public.  Always elegent and dignified

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Mrs. Michelle Obama, classy and brillant!  The other would be Eleanor Roosevelt.

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@jc8615@jc8615 wrote:

Any of the first ladies EXCEPT Michelle Obama!  I'm not sure that's what the REAL JC would say.  Sounds to me like your comment is racially motivated.  Haven't we gotten past that yet?


 


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@gfortman@gfortman wrote:

Please DON'T go on. Michelle Obama will NEVER be one half the First Lady that Eleanor Roosevelt was.


I agree.  Many think she was twice the First Lady.  But thanks for sharing.


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Another example of your wry wit, @Roxanna35!  Are you related to Ana Navarro...the (R) pundit on CNN?  This answer sounded just like something she would say!  Woman Wink

"Never succumb to the temptation of bitterness." ~ Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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