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Michelle Obama -- Under the Gunn

1/9/2009 2:25 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Michelle Obama's fashion sense has definitely come under fire -- 'memba that butcher dress? -- but does "Project Runway" guru Tim Gunn think the First Lady-elect has what it takes to "make it work?"

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Harriet    

I love Tim Gunn. He has 110% class and charm.

2052 days ago
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Mystery mom    

With the tax payers paying for the first lady's misguided wardrobe. I just pray that I don't have to see her in any more $7k dresses, while I am trying to feed my family and keep my roof. It's a disgusting waste of our tax dollars, especially in these hard economic times. Most leaders would instead LEAD, by dressing nice but without all the designers. Be the example to the nation, and show respect to those struggling.

2052 days ago
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Mar Mar    

What a gracious response from a classy guy--he even introduced his friend to the cameraman!

You know what else is lovely about this man? He's anti-fur.

More Tim! More Tim!

2052 days ago
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valerie    

mrs obama's style is soooooo manufactured. She's a hillary 2, frankly. And oh, my, how the press just FAWNS over her... No Republican woman gets that kind of gentle treatment from the press. I wonder why......?

2052 days ago
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nonya    

Get a clue you efffing morons who have no life at all. No "normal" person cares about: what this woman looks like, what she wears, whether or not she is racist. Our Country is in dire straits right now and all some of you a'holes have to gripe about is this womans wardrobe? We are currently at war people and we have been for some time now with no signs of it letting up. My fellow brothers and sisters in arms are dying for you everyday and I come here to read this BS!! SMFH!

2052 days ago
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dee    

Jenny Oui, WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT??? Obviously you don't have a clue, so maybe you shouldn't spout ignorance. First of all, "taxpayers" didn't pay for that dress or ANYTHING a candidate puts on their body during a campaign. Campaign donations do. And since Obama passed on public financing, there's NO CHANCE a fraction of a penny of taxpayer money funded her wardrobe. Second of all, SHE is not the leader of our country come January 20, her HUSBAND is. And Barack Obama was ribbed throughout the entire campaign by everyone about the fact that he owned six suits and four pairs of shoes that he constantly had resoled. So that person you want to lives frugally while people are suffering? WE ELECTED HIM ON NOVEMBER 4. Meanwhile, the Bushes just unveiled their presidential china, which cost just shy of HALF A MILLION DOLLARS. Look it up.

2052 days ago
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patty cake    

mean tight sphincter....

2052 days ago
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paul"earthquake"moore    

FOR IMMEDIATE RELASE PLEASE
January 7, 2009
Playing for the King
Paul “Earthquake” Moore Hosts the 13th Annual Playing For the King Basketball and Historical Civil Rights March/Play Obama Meet King- January 19, 2009
In an effort to promote peace in our neighborhoods, and to honor the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Paul “Earthquake” Moore has organized a youth basketball game, community clean up and a historical reenactment march starting at 66th and Woodland Avenue. We will walk woodland to New Fellowship Baptist Church.

The clean up Monday will be held in the area surrounding the New Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, 70th Street and Woodland Avenue in Southwest Philadelphia. Volunteers should meet at 10 a.m. in front of the church on Monday, January 19, 2009. The game starts later in the day at 1 p.m. at the Urban Neighborhood Renewal Service Gymnasium, located behind the church.
Philadelphia Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers, Philadelphia personalities and others in hosting the basketball game on the Rev. Dr. King’s birthday. Just as King was considered a drum major for peace, Moore said he hopes the game will unify young people in his Philadelphia community and encourage peace that will spread across Philadelphia and beyond its borders.

“This basketball game promotes peace by bringing together the communities,” said Moore, the well-known Philadelphia activist. “It is my desire to keep alive the ideals and dream of Dr. King and break down racial barriers that divide people not only in Philadelphia and throughout our country.”

A short program will be held prior to the game. The contest is free and the community is encouraged and welcome to attend this historical reenactment march at 5 p.m.

For more information, call Paul “Earthquake” Moore at 215-386-2696 or PO Box 5323, Philadelphia, PA 19142 or email him at earth_quake1@hotmail.com.

2050 days ago
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paul"earthquake"moore    

FOR IMMEDIATE RELASE PLEASE
January 112009
Playing for the King
Paul “Earthquake” Moore Hosts the 13th Annual Playing For the King Basketball and Historical Civil Rights March/Play Obama Meet King- January 19, 2009
In an effort to promote peace in our neighborhoods, and to honor the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Paul “Earthquake” Moore has organized a youth basketball game, community clean up and a historical reenactment march starting at 66th and Woodland Avenue. We will walk woodland to New Fellowship Baptist Church.

The clean up Monday will be held in the area surrounding the New Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, 70th Street and Woodland Avenue in Southwest Philadelphia. Volunteers should meet at 10 a.m. in front of the church on Monday, January 19, 2009. The game starts later in the day at 1 p.m. at the Urban Neighborhood Renewal Service Gymnasium, located behind the church.
Philadelphia Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers, Philadelphia personalities and others in hosting the basketball game on the Rev. Dr. King’s birthday. Just as King was considered a drum major for peace, Moore said he hopes the game will unify young people in his Philadelphia community and encourage peace that will spread across Philadelphia and beyond its borders.

“This basketball game promotes peace by bringing together the communities,” said Moore, the well-known Philadelphia activist. “It is my desire to keep alive the ideals and dream of Dr. King and break down racial barriers that divide people not only in Philadelphia and throughout our country.”

A short program will be held prior to the game. The contest is free and the community is encouraged and welcome to attend this historical reenactment march at 5 p.m.

For more information, call Paul “Earthquake” Moore at 215-386-2696 or PO Box 5323, Philadelphia, PA 19142 or email him at earth_quake1@hotmail.com.

2050 days ago
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