Michelle Obama said Monday she’s “definitely” not jumping into politics, but suggested the United States might not be too far away from having its first woman commander in chief. Asked at the Washington event if she would consider a political career once her husband leaves the White House in 2017, Mrs. Obama gave a flat no. But, she said, a woman president “should happen as soon as possible.” “And I think this country is ready,” she added. “The person who should do the job is the person who’s the most qualified. And we have some options, don’t we?” she said, stoking further speculation that Hillary Clinton could fill the role if she decides to run.
Teabagistan is screaming about anti-male sexism.