This from the Wall Street Journal last weekend,
"With Barack Obama's wife, Michelle, in the spotlight, there is also growing buzz about the striking similarities between her and former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy. First there's the hair. Worn flipped or curled under, Mrs. Obama's style is reminiscent of the volumized "Swan" look that Mrs. Kennedy -- who would later be known as Mrs. Kennedy Onassis -- tucked beneath her pillbox hats. Then there are the accessories: single-strand pearls the size of grapes, as well as the three-strand version."
About the kindest thing I can say about this comparison, is that Jackie was a quieter woman who stayed out of her husband's business. Michelle seems to be much more vocal and out there, creating the illusion of victim hood, class envy and pessimism, so that her husband can save the day with his big government, socialist agenda for America.
I don't remember Jackie doing that in the 60s. She comported herself quietly, like a lady, even in some of the darkest hours of our nation's history. Somehow, I can't see Michelle being able to do that at all. Not with that attitude orthat chip on her shoulder, and not with that shame for her country she continues talking about.
Even with the pearls, the pill box, the flip do and the little sleeveless shifts....... .......Mrs. Obama, I lived and knew Jackie Kennedy way back when, and you're no Jackie Kennedy.