The notion of not touching the Queen is as quaint as the scenic little towns in New England. It's so... so last millennium.
The G-20 was not the only summit that was full of drama; more agonizing than watching the G-20 summit was keeping a tab on the Arab League's summit in Doha.
It's a bad day when I am reading about our First Lady's hip to bust ratio. We should be measuring her success not in what she wears, but in the potential she has to be a role model.
Whether Mrs. Obama knew beforehand or not that one shouldn't touch the queen, I can't believe that she was deliberately throwing protocol out the window.
Americans love the tradition, the pomp, even the absurdity of of the monarchy. Most of us will never get to meet the Queen, so we can only enjoy a visit with Her Majesty vicariously.
And what does Michelle do? She TOUCHES the Queen. On the BACK. Haven't we put this woman through enough? She is Britain's direct conduit to GOD for goodness sake!
England is atwitter about Michelle's hugging faux pas. During a photo op, our First Lady breached protocol when she reached around the royal back and gave a classic all-American US Weekly pose.
Michelle Obama is the national star, government issue. Young and black to the queen's old and white, Michelle and the queen were nevertheless ideally matched in their studied ordinariness.
Anyone who thinks Michelle Obama should use tea with the Queen as an experimental fashion platform is sadly deluded.
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Bush warned Prime Minister Stephen Harper that Canada must take swift action to scatter the terrorist geese, or America will.
If Christ were on Earth still, he probably probably would have watched Iranian President Ahmadinejad's British Christmas day speech over the Queen's.
What does it say about America that Tina Fey is more credible as Sarah Palin than Sarah Palin is as herself?
Morocco has earned itself a reputation as a tolerant, nascent democracy in North Africa. In reality, it is a very different story.