Admittedly, I would absolutely find this hilarious if I didn’t know the simple fact that the smiling woman is the Prime Minister of Denmark!
The PM and Obama have met lots of times now …
… which is probably why they’re seated next to one another. I mean, come ON, obviously it’s not some random man-stealing bimbo that was placed next to the President of the United States.
But the media loves to pin women up against each other, so for good measure here’s a picture of all three smiling together and one of the two women alone…
Please, signal boost this and stop the idiotic scenario where these two intelligent and powerful women are being reduced to petty women that care only about the attention of a man - even if it is the President of the United States.
The more you know. Now, go forth an have an AWESOME day!
always reblog<33 so beautiful
when people say they don’t date black girls, what i hear is “i’m not interested in the baddest bitches on the planet. instead, i enjoy mediocrity, green bean casserole during the holidays, milk with my pasta, and keds”
#RP #LOL #nice #brucelee #hongkong #youshouldbehere #ysbh #teamwv #TNSCYD #movement #jkd #martial arts #wingchun #kungfu #legend #werenumberone #winning #dreamchasers
Apologies on the late news and being away for so long.
#losangeles make this happen!
Two Los Angeles city councilmen are attempting to make history in Southern California by banning the growth, sale and distribution of genetically modified (GM) seeds and plants anywhere in the city of Los Angeles. Congressman Mitch O’Farrell’s 13th District website explains that both O’Farrell and his colleague, Paul Koretz, are leading the charge with the new motion, which thousands of local supporters are already pushing to have passed with a new petition.
The motion would make all 502 square miles of Los Angeles an official “GMO-Free Zone,” protecting homes, schools, community gardens and public spaces from being contaminated with GMOs. If passed, Los Angeles would become the largest GMO-free zone in the country, a move that both O’Farrell and Koretz say would serve the best interests of Angelinos by preserving the integrity of their local food supply.
“Los Angeles has a healthy honey bee population and we want to keep it that way,” stated O’Farrell, who chairs the city’s Arts, Parks, Health, Aging, and River Committee, during a recent news conference. “The worldwide disappearance of bees is unnerving at best and, at worst, a serious threat to our food supply. We need to do everything in our power to protect them. This motion will help us do just that.”
Isn’t Iran one of our worst enemies?
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