Spin what? That BO isn't coming back to Chicago? Try reading the News for a change rather than trying to come off the top of your head with something that doesn't even apply to what I said.
I recognize this theory is your opinion...but newspapers and wherther one reads one or not is irrelevant.
I don't think Michelle would run for office because she has a lot more of that rock star appeal she craves as ex first lady than she would as jr senator. MO's not about to take orders ftom anyone, especially We, the Peons .
Well, I guess when you figure out which reporter got the exclusive. Then let it leak out. Then see it in what Magazine and or Newspaper. You will have caught the meaning then.
Which then you can aptly do what the politicians do then. Flip.....on your words. Or don't say anything at all.
Oh and of course the Illinois politicians dropping the ball on the Museum.....still hasn't changed and was reported too.
Perhaps your opinion can put 2 and 2 together.....next time.
Jesse Junior will be getting out in 2015 and then will be back home. Will be looking to get back into the game. Congressmen wont be open to him anymore. But now Senator.....could just appease his appetite and lavish habits.
But Illinois for 2016 anyway looks like the best bet for her if she is considering a senate bid. It is home territory and she would have the Chicago Democratic machine behind her. Kirk was elected in a wave election year for the Republicans and is very vulnerable. A Hillary Clinton at the top of the ticket with Michelle running for senate probably would be enough for her to win. But all of this is pure speculation for the time being.
One last thing, Bill left office with a 65% approval rating which rubbed off on Hillary which made her a darling of the Democrats for her run in New York. President Obama has a very long way to go to bring his approval ratings up to what Bill's were. If he remains in the low 40's, he would be a drag on Michelle. But in all things political, time will tell.
Early voting in Georgia. On the 20th of October this old Goldwater conservative voted against both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton by casting my vote for Gary Johnson. Neither Trump or Clinton belong within a million miles of the Oval Office.
If, when defending your support for Donald Trump, and your response is,
"But but but... HILLARY!!!", then you lost the argument before you even began.