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Backfire: 9 of the Top Hijacked Responses the #AskFlotus Fitness Campaign by Michelle Obama

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"Isn't there a better way to fight obesity than making people too poor to afford food? #AskFlotus."

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama gestures as she speaks during the 'Building a Healthier Future Summit' March 8, 2013 at the Lisner Auditorium of George Washington University in Washington, DC. (Photo: Getty Images)

U.S. first lady Michelle Obama speaks during the 'Building a Healthier Future Summit' March 8, 2013 at the Lisner Auditorium of George Washington University in Washington, DC. (Photo: Getty Images)

First Lady Michelle Obama recently asked people to voice their fitness questions on Twitter with the hashtag #AskFlotus, promising that she'd respond at 11:05 a.m. Monday morning.

Unfortunately, many Twitter users saw the #AskFlotus hashtag as an opportunity not to be missed, asking Mrs. Obama questions questions about her husband's policies, Benghazi, and her relationship with Hollywood, among other things.

Twitchy compiled a number of the responses, and we've added a few of our own:

(Twitter/@SoquelCreek)

(Twitter/@Watters3Tim)

(Twitter/@Claiborne_David)

(Twitter/@wwjzd1)

(Twitter/@charisee111)

(Twitter/@redsteeze)

(Twitter/@TypicalGuy101)

(Photo: Twitter/@ccrook)

(Twitter/@AnthonyBialy)

The First Lady did answer a number of #AskFlotus questions this morning, but declined to tackle those not rooted in fitness and nutrition.

(Photo: Twitter/@FLOTUS)

(H/T: Twitchy)

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