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Michelle Obama Loves Her Son

Written by PETA | December 11, 2009
Michelle Obama

It’s official: Michelle Obama is the most fascinating person of the year. In her interview with Barbara Walters, the fabulously fur-free first lady chatted about her goals, her arms, and her guilty pleasures—and she gushed over her adorable son!

Sasha, check. Malia, check. … Wait, you didn’t know she had a son? Find out who the lucky guy is after the jump.

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  • AlexK says:

    How about asking the Obamas to stop eating veal and foie gras? It’s just as bad as fur. I am not saying eating any OTHER animal product is also not cruel and unnecessary but the fact that they would consume one of THE cruelest animal products is just inexcusable.

  • Claudia Lindsley says:

    Hey Michelle tell your husband to can Ken Salazar who is torturing wolves who afterall are the original dogs.

  • Lizann Hope says:

    Can President Barak Obama do anything to end the Chinese fur Trade?!!!

  • Kelsey Johnston says:

    I love the Obamas. Im so glad they decided to get a dog dispite their daughters pet allergies And I didnt know Michelle was fur free but now that I know thats just one more reason to respect the Obamas

  • Reyna garcia says:

    Thank you for being a compassionate person with them. I am changing the world in my home too. No fur recycle eat no meat adopt.. We can change the world to a FREE PAIN for them

  • Diana says:

    I love Michelle Obama.Let us all write to Michelle and ask her to do something to put an end to puppy mills.

  • KKarande says:

    If our first lady can be fur free why oh why cannot celebrities who get themselves on all the glossy magazine covers go fur free too?

  • Brien Comerford says:

    The alluring and endearing Bo Obama can do wonders for the President’s popularity.

  • judith basye says:

    Aretha Franklin should take a lesson from the first lady Michelle Obamawho is fur free. Cheers to Michelle Obama for caring about animals in her busy lifewith many concerns.