CNN news anchor thinks Michelle Obama signs bills into law

Carol CostelloEven school children know that Congress is the legislative branch of the U.S. government, charged with law making by the Constitution.

After both houses of Congress have approved a bill, if the president concurs (he can veto the bill), with his signature the bill formally becomes a law.

But CNN news anchor Carol Costello thinks Moochie can sign acts into law.

Yesterday, May 27, 2014, while discussing the First Lady of Snot‘s 2010 effort to set new nutrition standards for school lunches, Costello said that Mooch “signed the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act into law.”

Costello is 52 years old and claims to have a B.A. in journalism from Kent State University.

H/t Newsbusters and FOTM’s josephbc69

~Eowyn

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0 responses to “CNN news anchor thinks Michelle Obama signs bills into law

  1. Kent State riot in 1970.
    Too early for Costello

     
  2. I think maybe NoseDrops is keeping her weight down with a lil white powder. Just saying. She seems to be getting her way politically so dripping on her husband may influence him into pushing Congress into passing something that NoseDrops wants into law. “Keep up the good work CNN!”Fellowship Of The Minds look better every day!

     
  3. Son of the Rabbit People

    Just another example that the pointy heads in media have absolutely no idea what they’re talking about.

     
  4. How can a woman who is that old, be that stupid!!!

     
  5. Costello is 52 years old and claims to have a B.A. in journalism from Kent State University.

    And I’ll just bet I know exactly how she got it, too.

    -Dave

     
  6. The progressive liberal educational plan seems to be working with this one…

     
  7. Wow – used to be, you had to look for such stupidity. Now it drops out of the sky. God have mercy on us!

     
  8. You must remember . In her case B.A. stands for BASICALLY ASS-ININE

     
  9. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this interesting post. What an amazing conclusion from a supposedly educated national reporter. Give me a break!

     

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