Michelle Obama Blows It: Adopts a Dog from a Puppy Mill — 12 Comments

  1. I think you’re mistaken. Unwanted dogs from puppy mills need homes too. Just last year, over 700 dogs were found at a local puppy mill.

    We took one in and she’s slowly come around to life with a caring family. This dog needed a home after the puppy mill was raided; I really don’t see how it’s any different from adopting any other abandoned dog. The Obamas’ dog was unable to be cared for by the family that adopted it originally.

    Should these dogs simply go without homes? I don’t think that would discourage any puppy millers.

  2. @bv: Good for you for helping a dog have a happy life.

    My point was: Michelle Obama and The Fresh President PROMISED to get a shelter dog… “a mutt like me” he said.

    Instead they broke their promise and got a pure-bred breeder/puppy mill dog.

    A pure bred like Bo would not have ended up homeless and it’s ridiculous to say otherwise.

    The Obama’s made a political move to make Nearly-dead Ted happier.

  3. You can not adopt a gift…you are given a gift and receive a gift.

    Since when was it wrong to make any one who is terminally ill happy? Especially a Kennedy who backed and supported you when you ran for President of the U.S.

    That would have been a huge slap in the face. Not a mistake or an error I would want to make.

    If you want to get on someones’ deserving butt, get on Rush Limbaugh, Marc Dreier, Dick or Liz Chaney’s…

    Southern smiles,
    ~The Baby Boomer Queen~

    Sharon/The Baby Boomer Queen…also wrote this…NY Attorney Marc Dreier Pleads Guilty On Defrauding 700 Million

  4. I will “Shorter” this post:


    There, fixed.

  5. Barack Obama’s book, “The Audacity of Hope,” contains a appealing title. It has a taste of bravery mixed with full confidence. You’ll find nothing Pollyanna regarding this. I might not support almost everything he says, but he’s our president, and then for me, he creates trust. That may do more for a nation than any number of backroom deals. Hope gives us energy, and energy sustains us through trying times. Boy, we’ve had them. I’m from West Texas, and I did not vote for Bush. When McCain ran against Obama, I was a citizen of Arizona, but I gave audacious hope a chance. The fight for progress and laying the foundations of prosperity isn’t over. I have seen the quips of those who don’t believe Obama can make it. But step back a second. Would anyone have most of us fail simply to tarnish the star of an incumbent for whom they did not vote? Trying to keep our priorities straight, let’s work together with this president and build our future.

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  9. I’m hoping you don’t see this as offensive but this sounds like the same ol’ Obama rhetoric.Obama is playing the same game all politicians play… he’s no different then the rest of them if you ask me.