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Thursday, 9 January 2014

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Mrs. Obama spoke to a group of college students at Johnny Appleseed University.

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana - The nation's first lady, Michelle Obama was in Indianapolis speaking to a group of pre-law students at Johnny Appleseed University.

She stressed that our great nation, now more than ever, needs good, competent, affordable lawyers.

Mrs. Obama remarked that there are thousands of lawyers throughout America who only care about making money no matter how guilty their client may be.

The first lady said that if she was the president she would really come down hard on the money-grabbing lawyers who have the gift of gab and who can convince a jury that an apple is really a watermelon dressed up as an apple.

Some of the students looked a bit puzzled at her fruit analogy but the majority got it.

She was asked who she would like to see in this year's Super Bowl. She grinned and said that she was pulling for her home town Chicago Bears but they were eliminated by the Green Bay Packers who have since been eliminated by the San Francisco 49ers.

Another student asked her how she felt about her husband betting on sporting events.

Mrs. Obama blushed. She shook her head and replied "To be perfectly honest, I do not like it one darn bit but my Barry is the president so no one is going to tell him what to do or what not to do, including me his very attractive wife - thank you."

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