President Obama Flirting? Best looking Kamala Harris – Indian Connection
There is a lot of buzz in the US media and on social networking on the recent comment made by President Obama on Californian attorney General Kamala Harris. He said that she is brilliant, dedicated, thoughtful in implementing laws and on top of that she is the best looking attorney general in the country. He did apologize for his remark as confirmed by spokesman Gil Duran.
Some are criticizing this statement saying that he should take care in making a sexist comment but there are equal number of people who thinks that there is nothing wrong with what he said. It is simply a flattering comment that anyone can make to another person.
Jumpdates sees an Indian connection could be the catalyst for these kind of remarks. Kalama Devi Harris is the daughter of an Indian parent who came here in the 1960’s. Present Obama has been a strong supporter to stop outsourcing to South Asian countries but on contrary promoting those Indo-American people. There is a list of such who got patted on the back such as Subra Suresh by nominating him president of a national science foundation and Brahma Chellaney who played a key role in getting the nuclear fuel deal. This is in light of 84% Indians in US voted for Obama.
In the past, there were pictures of Obama giving a rollover to lady but in the video shows the truth as he was just helping a lady. See for yourself here.. look at this video.
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Tags: Barack Obama, Kamala Harris, sexist remark
A website published pictures of many AGs that are better looking than her. LOL
It’s natural process that any man is attracted by her beauty.
its nice and good
well traced….an Indian connection..why don’t Obama says this
I think its great.. and who cares alongs it wasn’t disrepectful.
If the worst thing that this president was doing was flirting, I would be much, much more happy!
It is unwise to assume that anyone is flirting with the woman he comes across in his llife. It is narrow mentality and typical of south indian mind-set. Let us be broad minded. we are in 21st century! come on!!!