Michelle evinces a typical characteristic of many black women in America: fixed intense anger as the organizing force of her personality.
I saw late last night on CSPAN the entire Michelle Obama speech of which I had seen just a 60 second clip earlier in the evening on YouTube. In that brief clip which I watched on my computer, without great video and sound, I didn't pick up what was all too plain on tv--Michelle O's anger, her unceasing anger at America, her unchanging emotional negativity, even where she said that for the first time in her adult life she feels "really proud" of America, because people are coming together.
Even in her "pride," she still projected bitterness and a sense of grievance.
"For the first time in my adult lifetime, I am proud of my country."
The more I thought about this quote, the more I saw red. We are only as good to them as the most recent thing we did for them, or gave to them. ... Sinister? How about alarming? Eventually there will be nothing left to give the aggrieved minority groups except ourselves.