If the liberal Media Matters was taking the Obama-"selfie" story too seriously, calling it "sexist," New York Post columnist Andrea Peyser has completely lost her mind over it.
Recall the laughable controversy over President Obama snapping a selfie at Nelson Mandela's funeral with Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt. Michelle Obama was said to look on disapprovingly, a characterization that was rebutted by the photographer who captured the incident.
Peyser isn't laughing. She writes in the Post:
In front of 91 world leaders, the mourning nation of South Africa and Obama’s clearly furious wife, Michelle, the president flirted, giggled, whispered like a recalcitrant child and made a damn fool of himself at first sight of Denmark’s voluptuously curvy and married prime minister, Helle Thorning-Schmidt.
Not to be outdone by the president’s bad behavior, the Danish hellcat hiked up her skirt to expose long Scandinavian legs covered by nothing more substantial than sheer black stockings.
With Michelle glowering, the world judging and mental fidelity floating into the abyss, the president leaned into the air space of the cross-legged Danish cupcake, who is known in Copenhagen as a fan of America’s randy TV show “Sex and the City.’’ It was the memorial equivalent of a bodice-ripper.