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The Michelle Obama-patented subject-changer

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By Michelle Malkin  •  May 1, 2008 02:59 PM

In a pickle with your spouse over laundry you neglected to do or trash you forgot to take out?

Looking for an easy way to wriggle out of a tough spot with your boss?

Never fear. Michelle Obama is here with her new patented subject-changer:

“You know, this conversation doesn’t help my kids.”

Worked like a charm yesterday during her softball interview with NBC’s Meredith Viera:

MEREDITH VIEIRA: Michelle, do you feel that the Reverend Wright betrayed your husband?

MICHELLE OBAMA: I think Barack has spoken so clearly and eloquently about this.

MEREDITH VIEIRA: But do you personally feel that the Reverend Wright…

MICHELLE OBAMA: You know what I think Meredith? I think we gotta move forward. You know, this conversation doesn’t help my kids. You know, it doesn’t help kids out there who are looking for us to make decisions and choices about how we’re going to better fund education.

I can see it now:

- Homeowners under water in heated discussions with their banks:

“You know, this conversation doesn’t help my kids.”

- Speeders arguing with traffic cops:

“You know, this conversation doesn’t help my kids.”

You know when Michelle really should have used that line? When she was sitting in church with her kids sometime over the last 20 years listening to Jeremiah Wright “conversing” about his standard litany of grievances against America.

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Ed Morrissey has more on the Obamas’ Today Show appearance.

Tom Maguire gladly changes the subject…to Bill Ayers.

Har.

Snort.

Whoa! These poll results from Indiana are not helping the Obamas’ kids.

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