The Queen said, “Let them eat sugar free cake”

Queen Obama went to Spain to visit the King and Queen of Spain. While she was there she ate tapas and all sorts of pricey delicacies. She shopped in exclusive shops. She stayed in a $2500 per night hotel suite with a daughter. She brought 40 of her closest friends along, and 70 secret service agents, and flew on Air Force Two burning US taxpayer gas. In the meantime, she tells Americans to tighten their belts because they are too fat and need to lose weight. Their children are obese and don’t eat enough vegetables. They are just too obsessed with money and jobs and doing well, and need to refocus on important things like organic gardening and renewable energy. And in the meantime, if they are hungry because they can’t afford a Big Mac any longer, let them eat sugar free cake instead.

Isn’t that right, your worship?

Amplify’d from www.dailymail.co.uk

Michelle Obama today faced a fresh wave of attacks over her lavish break in Spain with 40 friends, which could easily cost U.S. taxpayers a staggering £50,000 a day.

The First Lady has been lambasted for her extravagance at a time when the economy is still struggling. One blogger went so far as to brand her a modern-day Marie Antoinette.

And her critics will be further annoyed when they learn that the president’s wife had a Spanish beach closed off today so that she, her daughter and their entourage could go for a swim.

Spanish police cleared off a stretch of beach at the Villa Padierna Hotel in Marbella after the Obamas had finished a busy day of
sightseeing.

Michelle Obama

Cordoned off: Police officers keep onlookers away today from the site where U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama and daughter Sasha are staying at the Beach Club of Villa Padierna Hotel in Marbella

Police used palm trees and police tape to
mark off the boundaries of a 100-yard expanse for the American
delegation. On either side, onlookers gawked – and police occasionally stopped and searched sun lovers if they strayed too close to the private party.

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