Sunday, June 21, 2009

Happy Father's Day From Michelle Obama (White House Father's Day Video)

Here's some warm and fuzzy PR that usually sickens me, as this did...but B-ROCK Obamamrama is just as FED up with Antonio as the rest of us finally, and HE can do more than just talk about it two minutes at a time in front of Crybaby Garcetti.

AND, I heard that Mr. O-BAM is gonna GIVE THE PEOPLE WHAT THEY WANT. And I know ZD wants INDICTMENTS. And ZD always only wants what the PEOPLE want. So I'll hook MC B-rock's honey with a little Zuma blog love. And next time the two of them are in Los Angeles, maybe they can take Zuma Dogg out for a $250,000 trip for some ice cream and cupcakes and then we can turn it in as a "Special Event Fee Waiver."

The White House, Washington

Happy Father's Day,

I’m writing to share a special video of Barack talking about fatherhood, but first I want to share some thoughts of my own.

My father, Frasier Robinson, was the rock of our family. Although he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in his early thirties, he was our provider, our champion and our hero.

He worked tirelessly through good days and bad to make sure my brother and I had every opportunity he didn't -- to go to college and pursue our dreams. His example continues to guide me every day.

Barack didn't have my good fortune -- his father left when he was just two years old. But he has always been determined to give our daughters what he never had, and he values being a good father more than any other accomplishment in his life.

On Friday, Barack brought some men (and a bunch of kids!) to the White House to talk about fatherhood. Check out a video of the event:

Happy Fathers Day

We all know the remarkable impact fathers can have in our children's lives. So today, on this 100th anniversary of Father's Day, take a moment to celebrate responsible fatherhood and the men who've had the courage to step up, be there for our families, and provide our children with the guidance, love and support they need to fulfill their dreams.


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